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STADIUM Bluetongue Stadium has earned a reputation as one of Australia's most picturesque venues and upon viewing the idyllic bayside stadium, it is easy to see why.

The construction of Bluetongue Stadium was completed in February 2000, bringing to Gosford a premier multifunctional facility overlooking the beautiful Brisbane Waters.

With a total capacity of 20,059, Bluetongue Stadium has played host to many major events. These include International Rugby Union, National Rugby League and National A-League Football matches, branching out to boxing, motorcross and open-air rock concerts as well as a multitude of local sporting and community events.

The arrival of the Central Coast Mariners in 2005/06 provides the sports public of the Central Coast with their first exclusively owned and nationally exposed sporting team.

Consequently, the Mariners will become the first team of Australia-wide profile to be permanently based at Bluetongue Stadium.

Conditions Of Entry


There are six food outlets and four bar areas located around the ground on the concourse level, with additional mobile vendors for large events. Merchandise stalls are conveniently located around the stadium.

Three corporate lounges are situated in prime viewing positions on the eastern concourse, with 22 premium corporate suites in the upper eastern stand providing the best view of the game. 17 premium suites and 58 open-air corporate enclosures are located in the upper western stand, all with prime vantage points.

All player and media facilities can be found on the western side of the stadium.

Bluetongue Stadium is a non-smoking venue, however, a designated smokers’ area can be found at ground level on the western side of the ground.

Bluetongue Stadium supports and adheres to the ‘No More It’s the Law” Responsible Service of Alcohol initiatives of the NSW State Government.


Access for wheelchairs and disabled people is provided at both the Eastern and Western Entry Gates, with elevators to the concourse and mezzanine levels. Disabled seats can be booked through Ticketek for relevant fixtures by calling (02) 9266 4212.

Limited disabled parking is available at the stadium. If you require a disabled park, please call the stadium management office on (02) 4337 2500 after 11am on the Monday prior to the event you are enquiring about. If you are required to leave a message please leave your contact phone number so your booking can be confirmed and further details can be obtained.


The stadium has a minimal amount of parking underneath Brian McGowan Bridge, outside the Western Entry Gate. For large events, however, this area may be reserved for authorized personnel. See Getting There page for parking stations nearby.

Getting There

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