The Woolloongabba, named after the suburb in which it is located, staged its first game back in 1896 but did not host a state fixture until 1931.
One of the most picturesque grounds in the world, the Adelaide Oval was established in 1871 and is the home of the South Australia state team.
The Western Australian Cricket Association Gound - WACA for short - has become famous for two things - a bouncy pitch and the Freemantle Doctor.
The MCG is the largest stadium in Australia and staged the very first Test match and one-dayer, England the opponents on both occasions.
The SCG, formerly known as the Garrison Ground, is situated in Moore Park and is the home of the New South Wales Cricket Association.
We take a closer look at the venue for the opening Test match of the 2013 Ashes, Trent Bridge.
A ground that needs little introduction. The Home of Cricket will play host to the second Ashes Test.
Old Trafford returns to the Ashes rota in 2013 after being redeveloped and the wicket turned 90 degrees.
England will be hoping to maintain their perfect Test record at the picturesque venue in County Durham.
England and Australia have experienced contrasting emotions at The Oval in recent years. We analyse the Surrey venue.
Could England's tour to the West Indies give them the perfect launchpad for the Ashes?
Bob Willis is expecting a competitive contest when England and Australia collide in the Test arena this summer.
James Anderson, Ian Botham and Nick Knight reflect on England's nine-wicket victory in Grenada.
What did England learn from their catastrophic tour of Australia? The Ashes Panel has its say...