Bendigo Stadium

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Bendigo Stadium
Location Marong Road, Bendigo, Victoria
Coordinates 36°45′30″S 144°14′57″E / 36.75833°S 144.24917°E / -36.75833; 144.24917Coordinates: 36°45′30″S 144°14′57″E / 36.75833°S 144.24917°E / -36.75833; 144.24917
Capacity Basketball: 2,000+
Bendigo Braves (SEABL)
Bendigo Spirit (WNBL)
Australian Goldfields Open

Bendigo Stadium is an Australian sports and entertainment centre in Bendigo, Victoria. The stadium is home to the Bendigo Braves (SEABL) and Bendigo Spirit (WNBL). It hosted basketball matches during the 2006 Commonwealth Games. The stadium's facilities include seven indoor sports courts, major exhibition and function areas, a licensed clubroom and associated administration facilities.

The stadium has the flexibility to be used for major sporting, cultural and entertainment events and has held such events as The Young Divas, Vanessa Amorosi, international basketball, snooker and volleyball.

The largest recorded attendance at the venue was on 3 March 2013 when Bendigo Spirit defeated the Townsville Fire 71-57 in the 2012-13 WNBL Grand Final.[1]


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