Rugby League World Cup

Kirwan, Townsville Area

Indicative Rate * AU$10.00 to AU$45.00

Rugby League World Cup – Townsville to host three pool matches.

In 2017, the best players and teams from around the globe will descend on Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea for the Rugby League World Cup.

The tournament will see 14 teams play 28 games over five weeks – all hoping to be crowned world cup winners, in what is the pinnacle event in international Rugby League.

Townsville Stadium, the home of the North Queensland Cowboys will host three pool matches over two weekends, in what is set to be the biggest sporting event in Australia during 2017. The action will kick off in Townsville, when Fiji take on the USA followed by a double header featuring USA vs Italy and Fiji vs Wales.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be at the Rugby League World Cup in Townsville.

Event Dates

This event occurs once only on:
28 October 2017
5 November 2017

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $20.00 - $40.80 Transaction and booking fees may apply. Prices are subject to change at RLWC discretion.
Child $10.00 - $20.40 Transaction and booking fees may apply. Prices are subject to change at RLWC discretion. Concession/Junior (4-15 years)
Concession $10.00 - $20.40 Transaction and booking fees may apply. Prices are subject to change at RLWC discretion. Concession/Junior (4-15 years)
Family $45.00 - $45.00 Transaction and booking fees may apply. Prices are subject to change at RLWC discretion.

Event Venues


Townsville Stadium
Address:
Golf Links Drive
Kirwan
Queensland, Australia 4817

Golf Links Drive
Kirwan,
Queensland
Australia

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