Melbourne Cricket Ground - Parking Schedule
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Parking Schedule

The Yarra Park grassland is regularly used as a space for vehicle parking when events are held within the precinct. View a map of the precinct.

On these occasions, the parking operation is managed by Care Park, on behalf of the Melbourne Cricket Club. Cost is currently $10 per vehicle.

Live updates on the capacity of Yarra Park on MCG event days can be accessed either by MCG Twitter or the MCG iPhone app and Android app.

Below is a list of upcoming events and the gate opening times in the park.   



Date Event Venue Start Car park open
Sep 16  Robbie Williams concert  RLA  7.30pm  Gate 3 - 5.00pm
Sep 17  Robbie Williams concert  RLA  7.30pm  Gate 3 - 5.00pm
Sep 20 AFL - Haw v Port MCG  4.45pm
Gate 3 - 11.00am
Gate 5 - 1.00pm
Gate 6 - 1.00pm
Gate 7 - 12.00pm 
Sep 25 


Grand Final Footy Show

RLA  8.00pm  Gate 3 - 6.00pm
Sep 27  AFL Grand Final  MCG  2.30pm  Gate 3 - 5.00am
Gate 5 - 8.00am
Gate 6 - 11.00am
Gate 7 - 4.00am
Sep 28  MCG Open Day  MCG  10.00am  Gate 3 - 9.00am
Gate 5 - 9.00am


MCG = Melbourne Cricket Ground
RLA = Rod Laver Arena
AP = AAMI Park
HA = Hisense Arena
PRO = Punt Road Oval

*Please note, on AFL and international cricket match days, Gate 7 is only for those with media passes, corporate passes or accessible parking permits.

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