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Suncorp Stadium rivals the best football stadiums in the world in catering for patrons with a disability.


  • 220 wheelchair positions (with generous seat widths);
  • 220 escort seats;
  • 312 enhanced amenity seats;
  • level walkways except for some low angle ramps;
  • minimum edges or steps;
  • equitable distribution of wheelchair positions around the stadium;
  • wheelchair accessible entries and exits and phone and counter heights;
  • manned lifts; and

  • five wheelchair access gates.

To view the location of accessibility seats, toilets and lifts, please view our Accessibility Map.



Transport for Brisbane (TfB) provides dedicated shuttle bus services between the city (Ann St, opposite Central Station) and major suburban centres. TfB bus fleet is 100% wheelchair accessible. Bus Route Map

On arrival at Suncorp Stadium bus station, customer service officers are available to assist patrons to access the bus station lift to the Southern Plaza (Milton Road end). 


Patrons in wheelchairs or with a walking disability can use Citytrain services to and from Central Station and proceed to Anzac Square on Ann Street to connect with a shuttle bus directly to and from the Stadium.

Patrons with a disability should call Translink on 13 12 30 should they require assistance with making the train to bus transfer.


There are two set-down and pick-up zones, suitable for maxi-taxis and cars carrying people with a disability. These are located at Castlemaine Street (near Chippendall Street) and Caxton Steet (between Hale Street and Castlemaine Street). Maxi-taxis can also use the taxi rank in Castlemaine Street near Caxton Street.

After events, up to 10 vehicles, including maxi-taxis, are able to wait in these zones for people with disabilities exiting the Stadium.

To view the location of the PWD pick up and drop off points, please visit the Suncorp Stadium Seating Map.


On event days, a limited amount of parking is available on Castlemaine and Cordova Streets for the holders of Queensland Disability Parking Permits and Australian Disability Parking Permits. Staff are positioned in Cordova, Castlemaine and Chippendall Streets to then assist patrons with a disability to gain access to the Stadium. An accessibility ticket to an event does not guarantee a parking space at the Stadium

Due to the limited amount of spaces available, the venue runs a lottery to ensure everyone has a change to access these spaces.

Patrons with Queensland Disability Parking Permits and Australian Disability Parking Permits can enter the lottery and entrants will be notified the week before an event whether or not they have been successful in securing a park.

Click here for more details and to enter the lottery.



Ticketek is the Stadium's ticketing partner. For information on how to book accessible and companion seats, please visit the Ticketek website here. To contact the Ticketek Accessibility line, please call 1300665915.