New Townsville Stadium

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The new capital of Cowboys country – the Townsville stadium – can be seen like never before with the release of new images.

The final design is nearly complete for the $250 million stadium, under construction in South Townsville, and details about corporate boxes, patron terraces and food and beverage areas have been shown in striking artist’s impressions.

An artist’s impression of the planned Townsville stadium that will be finished and ready for the 2020 NRL season.

Early works for the project were completed on April 30 this year and the main stadium build works started on May 1.

Civil earthworks, driven piling and a significant amount of substructure and in-ground hydraulics work has been completed, a spokesman for the Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning says.

Significant off-site manufacture of steel and concrete elements is also under way with more than 500 precast seating platforms now stockpiled at the subcontractor’s compound and on site ready for installation. Work is under way on the western, southern and eastern stands.

An artist’s impression of the southern entrance of the new Townsville stadium.

Workers are erecting structural steel to the lower bowl and concourse level.

Meanwhile on the southern stand, work on the substructure and detailed excavation has been finished.

A schematic design was completed in August last year and since then the next stage, a developed design, has been completed.

An artist’s impression of the northern entrance of the stadium.

“The project remains on track for delivery by the start of the 2020 NRL season,” the department spokesman said.


An artist’s impression of the northern entrance of the stadium.

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