Melbourne Cricket Ground - End of Year Dinner and MCG Tour Package
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End of Year Dinner and MCG Tour Package

EPICURE'S End of Year Dinner and MCG Tour Package combines the best of seasonal food and a world-class venue into one unbeatable event.
 
Our guided MCG tours can be tailored to fit any time-frame and any number of people between 20 and 600. They offer an experience to relive some of the great sporting moments in history and an exclusive, behind the scenes look at Australia’s most iconic stadium.

At the end of your tour, our staff will be ready and waiting with that much needed cold beverage and a tasty canapé, where you can take in unparalleled views of either our magnificent ground or the Melbourne cityscape.

We have event spaces that cater for between 50 and 1000 guests. These include our popular rooms such as the Frank Grey Smith Bar, Jim Stynes Room or Members Dining Room. For something new, check out our recently refurbished spaces in the Great Southern Stand or our undercover outdoor setting at Tower 6, for something more alfresco style.
 
With our wide range of more than 29 event spaces, it's not too late to book this year's end of year celebrations - be it a lunch, dinner or a cocktail event.

T. +613 9284 2334
E. functions.mcg@epicure.com.au 
W. www.epicure.com.au

   

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