Tour the MCG

In the most sports-mad city of the most sports-mad country, no other arena commands such reverence as the MCG. The nation’s largest stadium is the birthplace of Australian football, international test cricket, and the one-day international. Operated by volunteers, join a backstage tour learn more about the history of the hallowed ground, gain access to the Members Only pavilion, the players boxes, and the grounds itself. Don’t miss the opportunity to see a cricket game (The Boxing Day Ashes!) or the AFL Grand Final.

Overview

Length of Trip : The MCG tour lasts 75 minutes and operates between 10am and 3pm

Cost : Click here for the latest MCG Tour prices

Best time to go : Guided MCG tours depart regularly between 10.00am and 3.00pm daily, and take approximately 75 minutes (except on MCG event days)

Wheelchair friendly : Yes

Family friendly : Yes

Where to eat :
In Melbourne, we personally recommend the following excellent restaurants: Mouthwatering Mexican-inspired dishes at Mamasitas Cocktails, delicious dishes and a big local buzz at Cookie Asian fusion and funky dining at Lucy Liu Kitchen & Bar Outstanding breakfasts at Top Paddock, the Grain, and the Kettle Black Burgers on the rooftop at Easeys Amazing smoothies Krimper Cafe Unique cocktails Pole Pole and Glamp

Official Site :
http://www.mcg.org.au/Tours

Where to Stay :
In Melbourne, we recommend staying with our our partner, the Oaks Hotel in Southbank. Located close to the restaurants and bars of South Bank as well as Flinders Street Station, it's a hop skip and jump away from many of the city's finest attractions.

Getting There :
Click here to get directions to the MCG

Note from Robin :
While you're at the MCG, definitely pay a visit to the National Sports Museum downstairs. Showcasing the legacy, stories and artefacts of Australian sporting history, it's an excellent showcase of the role of sport in the country, and Australia's many international and domestic success stories.

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Poll

Does the MCG belong on The Great Australian Bucket List?

  • Yes, it's a mecca for Aussie sport (100%, 1 Votes)
  • Maybe, depends if my team wins (0%, 0 Votes)
  • No, there are better stadiums in the country (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 1

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