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Melbourne Cricket Ground

Listed under Spectator Sports in Melbourne, Australia.

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The M.C.G. is one of the most famous sports grounds in Australia – home of the Melbourne Cricket Club and scene of some tense sporting show downs. Not just cricket, 'The 'G'' hosts stadium shows, football, rugby and Aussie Rules etc. It can seat around 130,000, but with the new fangled health and safety laws it's only supposed to seat 100,000.

If you only attend one event at the M.C.G. It should be the Boxing Day test.

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