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  • The venue was originally known as Endeavour Field and has had a number of commercial naming rights in its time. It is believed to be the first Australian sports venue to hold a naming rights sponsor when it became Ronson Park in 1985. Since then it has been known as Caltex Park, Shark Park, Toyota Park/Stadium until that deal expired following the 2012 NRL season. It became Remondis Stadium in July 2013 and as of 2016, is known as Southern Cross Group Stadium following a new three-year naming rights deal. As well as Rugby League, the stadium has also played host to Football with Sydney Olympic in the old NSL playing at the venue between 2001 and 2003.

    The venue was originally known as Endeavour Field and has had a number of commercial naming rights in its time. It is believed to be the first Australian sports venue to hold a naming rights sponsor when it became Ronson Park in 1985. Since then it has been known as Caltex Park, Shark Park, Toyota Park/Stadium until that deal expired following the 2012 NRL season. It became Remondis Stadium in July 2013 and as of 2016, is known as Southern Cross Group Stadium following a new three-year naming rights deal. As well as Rugby League, the stadium has also played host to Football with Sydney Olympic in the old NSL playing at the venue between 2001 and 2003.

  • Shark Park (officially known as Southern Cross Group Stadium) is the home ground of NRL club Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks. The venue, which is owned by the Sharks, was originally built in 1960 and last upgraded in 2006. It consists of three grandstands: the ET Grandstand, the Peter Burns Stand which backs onto the Sharkies Leagues Club and the 1,500-capacity Southern Grandstand which was completed in 2006 following a $9.6m grant from the Federal Government. A large hill is situated at the Northern end, bring the total capacity to around 22,000 including about 11,000 seats.

    Shark Park (officially known as Southern Cross Group Stadium) is the home ground of NRL club Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks. The venue, which is owned by the Sharks, was originally built in 1960 and last upgraded in 2006. It consists of three grandstands: the ET Grandstand, the Peter Burns Stand which backs onto the Sharkies Leagues Club and the 1,500-capacity Southern Grandstand which was completed in 2006 following a $9.6m grant from the Federal Government. A large hill is situated at the Northern end, bring the total capacity to around 22,000 including about 11,000 seats.

  • Shark River Park in Wall and 18 other Monmouth County parks soon will again become killing fields for five months when hunting is allowed. Most residents need to know, but are never told that:

Garrett McNamara Over the Falls at Shark Park | Daily Surf Videos

Shark Park is a big wave surf spot that was recently found on Santa Rosa Island. Fishermen would see huge swells over the reefs were they would normally dive and realized that the reefs had potential to produce a very good big wave on the right swell. Finally a group of big wave surfers gathered at the Santa Barbara harbor on a day with a big west swell and headed out to a reef called Shark Park. It got its name because of the two fatal shark attacks on divers over that very reef. When the surfers made it out to the reef and saw the first wave they were glad they had traveled so far. The wave comes out of very deep water and hit the reef. This makes the wave jack up very fast and means that it is impossible to paddle into. It is a very high performance wave that is hollow and fast. It is one of the heaviest and biggest waves in california. It is very different than mavericks or ghost tree (the other two well known big wave spots in California) In that it is somewhat of a slab. A slab is a wave that jacks up very fast and sucks water up off the bottom and up to the lip very fast. Often times when a surfer is riding a slab the bottom part of his body will be below sea level because so much water is being sucked up. Shark Park is rarely breaks but when it does it is a sight to see.