Looking for something fun and free for the whole family to do in Brisbane this weekend? Then come and watch the undefeated Brisbane Lions Women's AFL team as they attempt their 6th consecutive win in a clash against the Western Bulldogs this Saturday.
Whether you are an AFL fan, a supporter of women in sport or just looking to be a part of something exciting, this is the perfect way to spend your Saturday. The atmosphere is electric, the crowd is passionate and the venue is perfect for the whole family.
South Pine Sports Complex has a capacity of over 3000 and comfortably accommodates the whole crowd, with its lush green grass, abundance of amenities and pram/wheelchair access.
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There are food trucks and coffee vans at both ends of the field, providing fresh food and beverages or to avoid the queues why not pack a picnic of your own? Don't forget the water as the temperature is expected to exceed 30 degrees.
If you are planning on driving ensure that you arrive early to guarantee a car park or if you'd prefer to use public transport there is a bus stop just 700m from the field.
A day at the AFL is an activity for the whole family to enjoy and an opportunity to be a part of history, witnessing the inaugural season of women’s professional AFL. Collect a free banner for the kids on entry and stick around after the game to try and collect the signatures of some of the local superstars including Sabrina Frederick-Traub, Tayla Harris, Emma Zielke and Samantha Virgo.
Where:620 South Pine Rd, Brendale. When:Saturday 11th March at 10.05am (arrive early to reserve a great spot). Cost:Free What to bring:Sun protection, picnic rug, cash for food vans or an esky full of treats and plenty of water.