Melbourne Cricket Ground

Brunton Avenue,

Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is a Sports Stadium where they have all sorts of sporting events such as the Australian Football League (AFL), Cricket, Soccer, and Rugby. They also hosted the 1958 Olympics, 2006 Commonwealth Games and many Entertainment programs such as Rock Concerts.

If you're a cricket fan, this is Mecca for you as there are heaps of Cricket Memorabilia kept here. Guided tours take you through the various parts of this historic ground and you may even get a chance to walk on the Turf

MCG tours happen on non event day from 10am to 3pm. The tour features The Ponsford Stand, Coaches' box, Players' change rooms (subject to availability), Cricket viewing room, Long Room, Cricket Victoria Bill Lawry Centre, MCC Library, A walk on the arena (subject to availability).

A combined package of the National Sports Museum is worth it as there are all sorts of memorabilia from yester years such as team photos, signed cricket bats, trophies etc.

Opening hours: 10am to 5pm

Entry:Tour Prices are displayed below -
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How to get there:The easiest way to get here is to catch a train from Flinders street to Jolimont or Richmond stations & then walk down. The other way of getting there is by catching tram 48, 75 from Flinders Street and get down on the corner of Wellington parade & Powlett Street, East Melbourne. And then a short walk to the hallowed ground on Wellington road going down south.

NB: If you are booking a tour, please follow the pick up and drop off instructions given while booking the tour as it will differ from what's mentioned above in "how to get there".

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