Backed by the gorgeous Blue Mountains, Sabina Park is rather picturesque. The famous Mountains provide the backdrop of the George Headley stand, named after the West Indies' first great cricketer. The stand holds approximately 8,000 persons and is undoubtedly the most famous at the venue.
The other notable structure, aside from the massive scoreboard, is the member's pavilion, a wooden structure with rich history situated at the angle of midwicket/cover in relation to the proceedings in the middle.
The ground as a whole is relatively small as compared to others in the region and the world.