The NSW Government is redeveloping Stadium Australia into a permanent rectangular venue with 70,000 seats. This redevelopment will move seats closer to the field of play and update the stadium to contemporary standards providing a world class experience for spectators and enhancing NSW’s position as a global and sporting destination.
The NSW Government is redeveloping Stadium Australia into a world-class 70,000-seat rectangular stadium, which will bring 46,000 seats closer to the action than ever before.
The $810 million investment will deliver the ultimate customer and visitor experience, and enable NSW to attract and play host to the best events in the world.
The Stadium Australia Redevelopment forms part of the biggest investment in sport and entertainment in NSW since the Sydney 2000 Olympics and delivers on the Government’s commitment to upgrade the State’s major stadia network.
Infrastructure NSW is delivering the project, on behalf of the NSW Government.
What does the redevelopment include?
The redevelopment will deliver:
The planning process
The project is classified as a State Significant Development . The EIS and supporting technical documentation can be viewed on the DPIE’s major projects website here.
Infrastructure NSW has commenced the procurement process for a Principal Contractor to deliver the Stadium Australia Redevelopment. Expressions of Interest (EOI) are now being requested from suitably qualified and interested parties. For more information on the EOI process please visit the NSW e-Tendering website at the following link.
Get in touch
Please contact us via:
Phone: 1800 962 221
Mail: PO Box R220, Royal Exchange NSW 1225
If you need an interpreter, call TIS National on 131 450 and ask them to call 1800 962 221.
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The project team is pleased to announce renowned stadium architect Populous as the lead designer of the Stadium Australia Redevelopment.READ MORE
The EIS for the Stadium Australia Redevelopment, which includes information on the design, construction and operation of the stadium is on public exhibition.READ MORE