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Melbourne Cricket Ground

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Brunton Ave
East Melbourne, VIC 3002

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Here's what Trippy members say about Melbourne Cricket Ground:

"Some highlights for me are the Shrine of Remembrance/Birdwood Ave(Melbourne City)(started as a memorial for WW1 and is now a memorial for all Australian wars), Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, Southbank shops (Can also catch a boat from here to Prince Phillip island to see the pengiuns), Eureka Tower Melbourne (91 floors, observation deck on the 88th floor), Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne Cricket Ground (museum and tour - Opened in 1853, home to the Olympics in 1956, and still used today for many different sporting events), St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne is beautiful, The Bourke Street mall is great, there are also all kinds of side streets with shops and restaurants and cool areas to explore, the Carlton Gardens are one of my favorite places, Lygon St has some great Italian food, there is also a Chinatown Melbourne, The Queen Victoria Market is great to visit for souvenirs."  See More

"Also catch a game at the Melbourne Cricket Ground."  See More

"Look at That's Melbourne and maybe ´╗┐National Gallery of Victoria, Christmas Map, Melbourne Cricket Ground Tennis Melbourne Slam"  See More

"If you come late September the Melbourne Cricket Ground host the AFL grand final and there is always heaps going on in Melbourne during that time of the year."  See More

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