The North Queensland Stadium
Council is looking for ideas on what to name three streets in the new Stadium precinct!
Entries are now closed.
The winning street names will be announced shortly.
The North Queensland Stadium (NQS) is a key project to come out of the Townsville City Deal, and will deliver a centrally located, 25,000 seat, best practice, multi-purpose regional stadium that will open in February 2020. The project will provide the necessary infrastructure to deliver more activation and development opportunities for the Townsville City Waterfront Priority Development Area and the Townsville CBD.
Watpac have been awarded Managing Contractor for the Stadium build, and are working closely with the principal consultant, Cox Architecture, and its team of local consultants.
The North Queensland Stadium is a joint project of the Queensland Government ($140M), Australian Government ($100M), and Townsville City Council (land and enabling infrastructure), and is supported by both the National Rugby League and the North Queensland Cowboys.
The Stadium forms part of the Townsville City Deal signed in December 2016.
Support for local businesses
A key objective of the North Queensland Stadium project is to foster job growth in Townsville. Watpac have committed to target 80 per cent of hours spent on the stadium build undertaken by locals.
For more information on the North Queensland Stadium, visit the Department of Housing and Public Works project page.
To find out more about the historic Townsville City Deal, a 15 year commitment that seeks to deliver a range of projects, including water security, infrastructure and economic growth to Townsville's residents, visit the Townsville City Deal page.
View the image gallery below to find out what the North Queensland Stadium will look like once built.