Melbourne Cricket Ground - Hat Trick Tour to help underprivileged kids
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Hat Trick Tour to help underprivileged kids

Dec 05, 2011

Hat Trick TourKnock your summer for a six this cricket season with the Hat Trick Tour of the MCG/National Sports Museum, Penguin Parade and Eureka Skydeck 88.

To celebrate the Indian cricket team’s tour of Australia this summer, these iconic Victorian attractions have teamed up to offer discounted entry.

Three dollars from every ticket sold between now and the end of March next year will go to the Shane Warne Foundation - dedicated to enriching the lives of seriously ill and underprivileged children in Australia.

Plus - every ticket has the chance to win a cricket bat signed by cricket legends Shane Warne and Sachin Tendulkar!

So grab your bat and ball and bowl a flipper at the Penguin Parade, reach for the stars at Eureka Skydeck 88 and walk the hallowed grounds of the MCG and its world-class sports museum.

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What: Hat Trick Tour – entry to Penguin Parade, Eureka Skydeck 88, and the National Sports Museum and MCG Tour at the MCG.

When: December 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012. See individual attraction websites for opening times.

Cost: $55 (adult) and $29 (child)

Bookings: (03) 9657 8879

For more details, including competition terms and conditions, visit the Penguins website.

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