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Central Coast Stadium

Central Coast Stadium in Gosford


Central Coast Stadium is located in Gosford City, the capital of the Central Coast, approximately an hour’s drive north of Sydney.

The stadium boasts picturesque views over Brisbane Water and its surrounds - making it an ideal venue to host a wide variety of events.

Officially opened in 2000, the multifunctional facility has a crowd capacity of over 20,000 people and is also the official home of the A-League football team, the Central Coast Mariners.

The stadium is a regular host of NRL and National A-League football fixtures, as well as a wide variety of local sporting and community events.

For more information about Central Coast Stadium or to view upcoming events visit Central Coast Stadium.


Access for wheelchairs and people with a disability is provided at both the eastern and western entry gates, with elevators to the concourse and mezzanine levels.

Accessible seating can be booked through Ticketek by calling 1300 665 915.

The stadium holds 100 wheelchair accessible seats and is accommodated by 100 carer seats.

Limited disabled parking is available at the stadium. If you require an accessible parking space please call the stadium management office on 4304 7600 after 11.00am 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.


Parking is available in the Baker Street Car Park, which is approximately 100 metres away. Alternatively, free parking is available at the Gosford Train Station Commuter Car Park which is approximately 300 metres away.


Phone: 4304 7600.
Address: Corner of Dane Drive and Central Coast Highway (formerly Pacific Highway).

Opening hours

  • 9.00am - 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.
  • Ticketek office opening hours: 9.00am-5.00pm Monday to Friday and 9.00am -12.00pm Saturdays.
  • The Ticketek office is located on western side of stadium next to Gate 3.

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