Conditions of Entry


Conditions of Entry 

Sunshine Coast Stadium [SCS; Kawana Sports Precinct; Stadium; Precinct; Venue] is dedicated to providing a safe and enjoyable environment for our patrons. In support of this, the following Conditions of Entry apply to all events held at Sunshine Coast Stadium.


General Conditions

The following conditions of entry apply to all events held at Sunshine Coast Stadium:

  • Sunshine Coast Stadium reserves the right to refuse or remove any persons who attempt to conceal their identity or do not provide photo identification when asked by Stadium officials or representatives acting on behalf of the Stadium either at the point of entry or whilst inside the Venue. Sunshine Coast Stadium will respect cultural differences and medical conditions, but reserves the right to either refuse entry, or remove anyone who covers their face with a scarf, balaclava, mask, helmet, etc.
  • Persons must refrain from using foul and/or abusive language or acting in a manner which offends, insults, humiliates, intimidates, threatens, disparages or vilifies another person on the basis of that person's race, religion, colour, sexual orientation, descent or national or ethnic origin.
  • Persons are not permitted to wear or otherwise display any commercial (ambush marketing), political or other offensive logos or signage.
  • Persons entering Sunshine Coast Stadium consent to the use of their images or videos for any marketing (print, online, social media, etc.) by Sunshine Coast Stadium without notice or compensation.
  • Sunshine Coast Stadium is a non-smoking venue at all times. 
  • Persons gaining or attempting to gain unauthorised access to Kawana Sports Precinct may be liable for prosecution. Person entering the Venue are entering at their own risk and accept that Sunshine Coast Stadium will not be held responsible for any damages to, loss or theft of personal property.
  • Umbrellas may be brought into Sunshine Coast Stadium but cannot be used when causing obstructed views for other patrons. This Condition of Entry will be enforced at all events, regardless of crowd size or weather conditions. 
  • For the safety of the general public throughout an event or in the case of an emergency evacuation strollers cannot be kept in aisles or other open areas that may impact on the safe passage of patrons. Strollers can only be stowed under the seats in such a manner that they do not create a trip hazard to patrons or Venue staff. Prams and strollers that do not comply with these conditions may be left at your entry gate and retrieved at the conclusion of the event. Sunshine Coast Stadium accepts no responsibility for items left at gates. Sunshine Coast Stadium is not responsible for any damages to, loss of, or theft of personal property.



Refusal of entry/removal from the Venue

To ensure patron safety, Sunshine Coast Stadium reserves the right to refuse entry to or remove patrons that: 

  • are intoxicated;
  • are deemed to be behaving in a disorderly manner;
  • do not follow the instructions of Sunshine Coast Stadium officials or representatives acting on behalf of the Stadium. This includes being asked to be seated, to not sit on railings, to not enter the Corporate Boxes, and to not congregate in standing areas such as the loading dock. 



Prohibited Items

Persons are prohibited from entering Sunshine Coast Stadium with any of the following items/things:

  • No pets of any kind are allowed within the Precinct.
  • glass bottles, cans, breakable containers or any open vessels (1 sealed water bottle per person is allowed)
  • illegal substances including controlled, dangerous or illicit drugs
  • alcoholic beverages 
  • laser pointers
  • weapons or knives
  • commercial food (any food purchased from external sources)
  • aerosol air horns, musical instruments or whistles (unless approved in advance by SCS officials) 
  • fireworks, flares, smoke bombs or explosives 
  • balls, frisbees, bicycles, skateboards, scooters or skates (unless approved in advance by SCS officials) 
  • banners written in foreign language, foreign national flags or political banners (unless approved in advance by SCS officials)
  • any other object that may interfere with any event, the comfort and/or safety of Venue patrons or any item that Sunshine Coast Stadium officials consider inappropriate.


If you have any questions or concerns regarding the Conditions of Entry please contact us during business hours at (07) 5437 7666 or scstadium@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.

Refusal of entry/removal from the venue

To ensure patron safety, Sunshine Coast Stadium reserves the right to refuse entry to or remove patrons that: 

Refusal of entry/removal from the venue

To ensure patron safety, Sunshine Coast Stadium reserves the right to refuse entry to or remove patrons that: 

Refusal of entry/removal from the venue

To ensure patron safety, Sunshine Coast Stadium reserves the right to refuse entry to or remove patrons that: 

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