First Magellan Ashes Test: Brisbane

Woolloongabba, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$10 to AU$158

The hotly anticipated 2017-18 Magellan Ashes Series gets off to a sizzling start at the Gabba, with the fierce contest between Australia and England, the electric crowd atmosphere, and the stunning Queensland weather making this a not-to-be-missed event.

Four years since Australia last hosted the Ashes, a fresh faced Australian side led by Steve Smith will be looking to reclaim the Ashes and assert their dominance over England, led by new captain Joe Root.

The history, tradition and passion of the Ashes guarantees not just the explosive action on the field but a truly incredible at-match atmosphere. The world famous Barmy Army will be turning out in force and in full voice, while Aussie fans are set to get behind their team and help fill the stands, making for a colourful, vocal, and fun experience.

Tickets and packages to the Brisbane Ashes Test are on sale now. Day 1 is sold out, limited ticket available for days 2 and 3
These include group bookings for 10 or more; Cricket Australia Official Hospitality – for the ultimate cricket experience; and Cricket Australia Travel Office – ticket and hotel travel packages for international and interstate travellers.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
23 – 27 November 2017

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $30 - $115 Per transaction agency service/delivery fee from AUD6.80 applies. All Tickets are subject to availability and the Ticket and Entry Conditions.
Child $10 - $35 Per transaction agency service/delivery fee from AUD6.80 applies. All Tickets are subject to availability and the Ticket and Entry Conditions.
Concession $23 - $86 Per transaction agency service/delivery fee from AUD6.80 applies. All Tickets are subject to availability and the Ticket and Entry Conditions.
Family $65 - $158 Per transaction agency service/delivery fee from AUD6.80 applies. All Tickets are subject to availability and the Ticket and Entry Conditions.

Event Venues


The Gabba
Address:
Vulture Street
Woolloongabba
Queensland, Australia 4102

Other Information

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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