I am not sure what "High Performance" means in this context. The language in the article seemed to suggest that it meant income so they they can maintain the facility, which is good. But if it means training facility with occasional third party events we are missing an opportunity I think. As discussed, to be an effective professional game venue, the State needs to invest in elements of transport infrastructure. So to the State of Qld $30m doesn't cut it. Out of interest, I understand that we own it but the State has responsibilities. When/if this happens, do we still own it or does ownership share with football?