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The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is Australia's largest, oldest and most popular sporting venue. The MCG has hosted plenty of international cricket, including the first-ever Test and the 1992 World Cup final, countless VFL/AFL Grand Finals, the...more
The G still holds its place as the best. Sure it’s starting to age a little in places but there’s still nothing that’s beat a game of footy at the G. Especially when the crowd gets above 70k, that atmosphere can’t be replicated.
A fantastic opportunity for those who love sports. The tour is well worth the money. The tour guide really knew his stuff, had stories and facts throughout the place. Also you get to stand on the pitch as well as see the dressing rooms.
The MGC is the grand stadium of Australia which feels like a modern day colosseum. Watching the Australian Football League live in this stadium is a must for tourists and locals alike.
A reasonable 10-20 minute walk from Richmond train station, it's recommended you take...More
Talk about a field of dreams, this is a place where sporting events good or bad are played on. If you have never experienced a afl grand final, with a 100,000 spectators roaring at the same time then put simply you are missing out whether...More
I have been to two games in 2 weeks and have had the same dissatisfaction at each game. If you want to buy a beer, you can walk up to any bar or any liquor counter and receive immediate service. You are back in your...More
I think when your actually at the ground it is a lot nicer then what it looks like on T.V.It looks old on TV but its actually quite nice.One problem I had was the seagulls they were everywhere and actually distracting from the game we...More
I come to Melbourne all the time and I constantly tell myself ill go to a footy game and I finally did it! Let me say I was not disappointed! The atmosphere was incredible the facilities are gorgeous. I will be going back and I...More
Response from CodBotherer2017 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Paul - as per "Jeatherhoops" reply earlier - camera phones have made 'no photography' almost impossible to police. Any restrictions on what you can or can not bring into the ground will be on your entry tickets which is... More
Hi Paul - as per "Jeatherhoops" reply earlier - camera phones have made 'no photography' almost impossible to police. Any restrictions on what you can or can not bring into the ground will be on your entry tickets which is the better place to get your official answer. Alternatively have a look at the info on the MCG website titled "Conditions of Entry". I did try to attach the link to make it easy for you but TripAdvisor doesn't allow it ;)
Otherwise - enjoy your visit !