Melbourne Cricket Ground - Private Corporate Suites
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Private Corporate Suites

MCG Private SuiteThe MCG has a range of private corporate suites around the ground offering an intimate hospitality experience.

Entertain your guests in the privacy of your own room, featuring private bathroom and behind sliding glass window seating.

12, 16 or 18 person private suites are available to book for all home and away matches throughout the 2015 AFL premiership season.

MCG Private SuitePricing is match dependent

INCLUSIONS
- Entry ticketing.
- Chef's selection of locally sourced seasonal dishes.
- Traditional footy fare at half time.
- Premium beverages.
- Personal steward service throughout.
- Exclusive viewing seats behind sliding glass windows.
MCG Private Suite- Private bar and bathroom facilities.
- Official event programs.
- Underground parking (two spaces per suite).

AVAILABILITY AND PRICING
Click here to view our 2015 Premium Hospitality e-brochure where all the information for the MCG Lounge can be found on pages 6 & 7.

DRESS CODE
MCG Private SuitesSmart casual (no ripped denim).

BOOKINGS AND FURTHER INFORMATION
Please click here to submit an online enquiry.
Alternatively, please contact MCC corporate sales on (03) 9657 5516 or mcghospitality@mcc.org.au.

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