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MCG Private Corporate Suites

MCG Private SuiteEnjoy the allure of your own room featuring behind sliding glass window seating, kitchen and bathroom facilities providing you and your guests a chance to interact in privacy while enjoying the match.

The MCG has a range of private corporate suites for 10 to 18 guests situated at various locations around the ground.

Entertain your guests during the 2013/14 international cricket season in your own private suite.

MCG Private SuitePACKAGE INCLUSIONS
- Entry ticketing.
- Refreshments served on arrival.
- Delicious three-course meal.
- Steward service throughout.
- Premium selection of beverages served throughout.
- Tea break refreshments.
- Official event programs.
- Exclusive seating behind sliding glass.
MCG Private Suite- Car parking (one per two guests).

Click here for availability.

DRESS CODE
As corporate suites are private facilities, the dress code will be at the discretion of your host.

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

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