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Australian Open

StadiumOlympic Boulevard, Melbourne

Love the tennis , love the Australian Open, it is definitely one of the best events of the year, have been many times and would always go back, there is just so much action to see so much entertainment just great!!!Tanja Pitt

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Great facilities. Very fan friendly. It's located right near public transportation and I never had a moment of trepidation; even after exiting the park after a night match.hitops61

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Melbourne Cricket Ground

StadiumBrunton Ave, Richmond

We used MCG corporate suites for an off-site meeting we held earlier this year. The staff were really attentive and the food was amazing. They did an excellent job at making sure our day ran smoothly. Viva PhysiotherapyKathryn Anderson

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awesome perfect view of the whole ground Melissa Cunningham

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More than just a sporting venue There is so much to say about the MCG that it is hard to know where to start (and keep it within length). Not only can you come here to watch a football or a cricket match, but you can also go on tours and even visit the national sporting museum. In fact there are people who consider this place to be their second home (though I am not one of them). The best time to go to the MCG though is when there is one of the big games on (or a one day international game of cricket where people seem to dress up in the craziest costumes and chug enormous amounts of beer). It certainly is a place that I would highly recommend for anybody passing through Melbourne, especially at the height of the football season. David Sarkies

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I'm sitting in m51 row j seat19 in the Olympic stand for aust vs India one dayer 18th Jan 2015 is my seat a good viewJason Kaye

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National Sports Museum

MuseumMelbourne Cricket Ground, Brunton Avenue, Melbourne

My children and their pa had a great time. The kids were impressed with the tour, seeing the chair Simon o'Donnell hit in the stands, going to the footy changerooms and doing a Herald-Sun front page. They talked about it all night. Would be helpful if the kids liked sports and AFL in the first place. Probably not something you'd do regularly and as a once-off a good and different idea, especially during school holidays.A Google User

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Outstanding exhibition covering most sports with an emphasis on cricket and AFL football. Plenty of hands-on stuff for kids. The tour was also excellent with a very informative and passionate guide. Overall very impressed - a must visit!Dan Gray

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Not having access to much choice in food is an issue with kids. Otherwise fantastic place kids loved it. Will go back again to see more.Kanchana Wickremasinghe

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so disappointed the Brabhan BT19 formula 1 was no longer on display. however, the short film on Peter Brock lessen the disappointment. YK Chan

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