Melbourne Cricket Ground - Plan your MCG Tour visit
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Plan your MCG Tour visit

The following information will help you make the MCG Tour an enjoyable and productive day for your group.

Getting there
MCG tours are located at Gate 3 on the concourse level of the Olympic Stand between light towers 1 and 2.

Rail
The closest rail stations are Jolimont or Richmond.  Walk through Yarra Park to the MCG Tours departure point at Gate 3 of the Olympic Stand.

Tram
From Flinders St, take tram numbers 48 or 75. Alight the tram at the Hilton Hotel, which is at the corner of Wellington Pde and Clarendon St.

Walk through Yarra Park to the MCG Tours departure point at Gate 3. Alternatively from Flinders St, take tram number 70, alight the tram at Rod Laver Arena and walk over the footbridge.

Become a fanBus
Approach from Jolimont Tce or Jolimont St. and the bus will be able to drop the group off at the roundabout.

On arrival
An MCG Tours staff member will greet you upon arrival. The group can gather outside the foyer area while the contact person completes entry requirements.

Contact us
If you have any further queries, concerns or special needs please phone (03) 9657 8879 or send an email.

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