Colloquially known as ‘The G’, the MCG is one of Melbourne’s oldest and most iconic sporting venues. Built in 1853, it has garnered a reputation as Melbourne’s most loved sporting stadium and is known as both the birthplace of Test Cricket and the home of Australian Rules Football (AFL).
Home to more than eighty events each year, the MCG attracts close to four million people annually to a diverse calendar of sporting, entertainment and corporate events.
The MCG is also home to the National Sports Museum. It houses Australia’s largest sporting collection. This space boasts interactive zones, 3D holograms, displays and memorabilia from some of our countries biggest sporting heroes. Ranging across the Olympics, AFL, Cricket and much more, this is one place that you must visit.