|First Test||Australia v South Africa, 27 Nov - 03 Dec 1931|
|Last Test||Australia v England, 23-27, Nov 2017|
|First ODI||England v West Indies, 23-Dec-1979|
|Last ODI||Australia v England, 19-Jan-2018|
|First T20I||Australia v South Africa, 09-Jan-2006|
|Last T20I||Australia v West Indies, 13-Feb-2013|
Curator: Kevin Mitchell jnr
Playing area: 170.6m long, 149.9m wide
Named after the surrounding suburb Woolloongabba, the Brisbane ground was built in 1896 and generally holds the opening test of a series in Australia.
A somewhat soul-less bowl, the wicket is usually fast and bouncy and can be an intimidating place for visiting teams when packed out with a vociferous crowd.
It was the venue for the first tied test between Australian and West Indies in 1960.