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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
Of all the Grounds that I have watched Australian Rules since 1947 this Ground is by far the best. From virtually all the areas of the Public Stands the view is excellent. If the weather is inclement you are able to view from "under cover"...More
Awesome venue for sporting events and large crowd gatherings eg. music. Trains,trams,walking and cars are easy to use from CBD and surrounds. Great viewing, food,drink and amenities well placed throughout the venue. Well run and top security. Members area also used at the venue.
The MCG is easily my favourite sporting venue. The gound is magnificent and incredibly well-serviced by public transport (from all directions of Melbourne). Great views from almost anywhere (but the Southern Stand does get in-your-face sunlight and glare in afternoon) This is THE place to...More
Had a great time visiting the G with the family for an AFL game. Convenient access from the train line and into the grounds. Lots of food options which are reasonably priced. Would recommend the AFL members section as it is less crowded.
Came as a bucket list to watch an AFL game at the MCG! No longer ng lines to get in very well organised. Clean! Good atmosphere but not a big crowd at this game! Few bars could get a drink at before the game which...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 !