Townsville Stadium is the newly opened multi-purpose air-conditioned sports arena located in the Murray Sports Precinct. The stadium was part of the Murray Sports Complex Redevelopment a project that was a partnership between the Townsville City Council, Queensland Government, Australian Federal Government and local sports groups.
The facility features an international standard wooden sports floor, multi-purpose function rooms, a public gym, stadium administration offices, and community sporting groups.
The arena can be set up for feature sports events with tiered seating on either side of the court for 2000 and corporate tables beside the court. Dividing screens provide the option of playing multiple sports on three line marked courts: Futsal, Basketball, Badminton, Netball and Volleyball. The arena can also be carpeted to provide an ideal space for expos, dinner's, conferences or other events. The venue is home to WNBL side Townsville Fire and was home to former NBL side Townsville Crocodiles for one season. The venue was previously known as Townsville RSL Stadium.