Melbourne Cricket Ground - Vehicle Parking
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Vehicle Parking

The view from Yarra Park towards Gate 2 at the MCG.Car
Car parking is usually available at the MCG in Yarra Park on event days. This land is controlled by the Melbourne Cricket Club and managed on event days by Care Park. 

Parking currently costs $10 per car.

View latest details about car park opening times .

Download a map of Yarra Park

Occasionally parts of Yarra Park are closed to save the grass after heavy rain. Street parking is very limited.

Parking in high-rise parking buildings in the CBD is another option for MCG visitors.

Disabled parking
Specific disabled parking is available in Yarra Park, subject to capacity. Vehicles must display a valid accessible parking permit.

For the Great Southern Stand and AFL Members Reserve, enter either via Punt Road (car park Gate 5 or 6) or Brunton Avenue (car park Gate 7) if you wish to obtain a parking spot as close to the desgnated entry gate as possible.

MCC members and public patrons heading to the Ponsford Stand, Members Pavilion or Olympic Stand should enter Yarra Park via Wellington Parade South (car park Gate 3, near Hilton Hotel).

Bus
Buses travelling to the MCG can utilise parking space in the Melbourne and Olympic Parks precinct.

For further information and booking form, please visit the Melbourne and Olympic Parks website.

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