Join your sports mad tour host to learn more about the sports culture in Melbourne that saw it voted 'Sports Capital of the Decade'. Walk along the path built to accommodate guests to the 2006 Commonwealth Games all the way to the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Tour behind the scenes of the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia's most significant sports stadium dating back to 1853 having been used for the 1956 Olympics, Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games, International Cricket and Australian Rules Football. Highlights of the MCG tour (all subject to availability) include; The Northern Stand, Coaches box, Media Centre, Players change rooms, Cricket viewing room, the exclusive Member's areas and a walk on the hallowed turf.
After your MCC Guided Tour of the Melbourne Cricket Ground continue with your tour host on foot to discover more of Melbourne's favourite sporting Arenas including: National Tennis Centre, Melbourne Storm Headquarters, Melbourne Victory Headquarters, Melbourne Rebels Headquarters, AAMI Stadium, Olympic Park, Richmond FC & Collingwood FC Headquarters and Melbourne Arena, Rod Laver Arena, Margaret Court Arena and the home of the Australian Open Tennis Championships.
Guided walking tour of Melbourne's sporting precinct Behind the scenes tour of the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)
Days of operation:
Departure details: 01/07/20 - 31/03/22
Daily: 02:15pm - 05:45pm
Bearbrass Tours incorporates Melbourne Sports Tours, Melbourne Shopping Experiences and Show Me Melbourne.
They offer interactive guided tours of Melbourne and its surrounds and offer fully customised private tours as well as their regularly scheduled public tours.
Regular tours include a range of small to large group tours of Melbourne's sporting, fashion, history and local culture. The experienced and knowledgeable hosts offer an inside knowledge into Melbourne by means of personal guided tours.
All tour hosts are locals, born and bred in Melbourne with a passion for their city and a genuine desire to share their knowledge and favourite places with you.
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