Melbourne Cricket Ground - Prams and Strollers
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Prams and Strollers

The club acknowledges that many of our customers require prams or bicycles for ease of access to the ground and do not wish to dissuade customers by making it too difficult to come to the MCG.

However, inside the stadium prams may become a health and safety risk to other patrons.

Prams and strollers are permitted within the stadium. They can be placed in seating areas if they can be folded and placed under the seats or away from seating as long as they do not present a safety hazard to customers.

If they cannot be folded they can be cloaked at the Customer Service Office at M57 or the Stadium Management Centre on level B1, adjacent to Bill Lawry Indoor Cricket Centre.

Prams can also be placed in wheelchair accessible bays as long as the bays have not been pre-sold as reserved seats and space is still available for patrons with disability.

Bicycles

Bicycles are not permitted to enter the stadium, cloaking facilities are not provided outside the stadium but bicycle can be chained in the places listed below:

  • between Gates 3 and 4
  • bus turning circle on the corner of Jolimont Street and Terrace
  • MCC concourse outside gate 1 near Melbourne Park footbridge

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