AFL Round 7 – Geelong Cats v Essendon

*No general public parking. Parking is available for accessibility and accredited passholders only.

The Melbourne Cricket Club is excited to welcome you to the Members’ Reserve for the 2024 AFL Premiership Season match between the Geelong Cats and Carlton.

For all the information you need to know about visiting the Reserve this AFL season, click here.

MCC LIBRARY FACT SHEET

Click here to read the MCC Library Fact Sheet for this match.

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Ticketek. 

click here. For a list of road and rail disruptions affecting travel to this match, click here.

PARKING IN YARRA PARK
No general public parking for this match. Parking is available for accredited and accessibility passholders only. 

Parking for disability permit holders can be pre-booked via Ticketek here.

PRECINCT ROAD CLOSURES

  • Brunton Avenue will be closed from 2.30pm to 8.05pm 
  • Jolimont Street will be closed from 2.30pm to 8.05pm 
  • Jolimont Terrace will be closed from 2.30pm to 8.05pm 
  • Vale Street will be closed from 2.30pm to 8.05pm 
  • Wellington Parade will be closed from 7.05pm to 7.35pm

here under the ‘Visiting the MCG’ heading.

FLASHING LIGHT WARNING
Please note, flashing lights will be used throughout this match at the MCG.

AUSTRALIAN SPORTS MUSEUM
The Australian Sports Museum is open for those attending the match from gate opening (listed above) until 15 minutes before the match start time.

Tickets for the Australian Sports Museum are half price and can be purchased on the day inside Gate 3 at the MCG. The Museum showcases the best of Australian sports including AFL, cricket and the Olympics.

Be sure to arrive early to make the most of your visit.

MCC MUSEUM AND MCC LIBRARY
The MCC Library and MCC Museum are open to members and their guests on match days at the MCG.

The MCC Library is located on Level 3 of the Members’ Reserve, whilst the MCC Museum, is located on Level B1.

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ZERO DELAY COMMENTARY
The SEN Stadium App provides a zero delay commentary on the Hearing Loop at the MCG. Download here.

SENSORY FRIENDLY SPACE
A Sensory Friendly Space is located within the Australian Sports Museum on Level 1 of the Olympic Stand (behind M51, inside Gate 3). This is a space for patrons of all ages who have sensory sensitivities, processing differences, or other hidden disabilities.

There are two rooms within the space offering patrons the ability to choose between quietly watching the event in a tiered theatre or using personal sensory strategies and fidget toys to relax in a multi-purpose room.

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HEARING LOOPS
The MCG has many hearing loops fitted throughout the stadium to relay PA announcements.

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ACCESSIBLE FACILITIES
For details about accessible seating, parking, bathrooms and companion cards click here

Source: mcc.org.au

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