TIO Traeger Park

The Jewel in the centre

TIO Traeger Park Oval, known as the jewel in the centre, is the premier playing field in Alice Springs. TIO Traeger Park Oval has beautifully manicured lawns which are meticulously maintained to perfection and attracts national sporting fixtures to the region.

TIO Traeger Park hosts one Toyota AFL Home and Away game per year. It is also the base of the Central Australian Football League (CAFL) and is the second home to NT Thunder, which plays in the North East Australian Football League (NEAFL). It hosted the 2011 NEAFL Grand Final, where NT Thunder defeated Ainslie 16.18.114 - 13.14.92. 

Facilities include a 225 seat grandstand, corporate and media boxes and it is home to the Central Australian Football League (CAFL) administration team. 

TIO Traeger Park has hosted NRL Home and Away games as well as national and international cricket fixtures.

Address: Trager Park, The Gap. NT 0870
Operating body: Alice Springs Town Council
Total capacity: approximately 8,000
Bowden McAdam Grand Stand: 225
Food (kiosk/canteen facilities): Yes
Public bar: Yes
Members bar: Monas Members' Bar (Level 2)
Public toilets:  Yes
Disabled access/seating areas: Yes (major events only and available by calling the event ticketing outlet).
Car park facilities: Free via Speed Street. 
Smoking: TIO Traeger Park is a smoke-free venue, smoking is only permitted in designated areas. 
Access via public bus: Public buses operate the 300 and 301 service along Gap Road with stops at TIO Traeger Park. For information, including route details and timetables, visit the Northern Territory Department of Transport.