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Shrine to Sport!
First opened in 1853, this Melbourne institution is a shrine to sport. Known just as The G, it is used year round for sporting (mainly Aussie Rules football and international cricket) and other events. The MCG is built on the site of the first Australian Rules game and the first Test cricket match between Australia and England (in 1877). The atmosphere at the G with a capacity crowd of around 100,018 is a memorable and very Melbourne experience.
Brunton Avenue Melbourne , VIC
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Brunton Avenue
Melbourne, VIC, 3002
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