Sports lovers will go nuts over this full day sport tour. Get the ball rolling with a tour of Flemington Race Course, a behind the scenes visit of Rod Laver Arena and Melbourne Cricket Ground, and score a visit to the National Sports Museum!
Explore a range of sporting venues, including Flemington Race Course, home of the Melbourne Cup - the race that stops the nation! The tour drives through the Commonwealth Games Athletes' Village and around Albert Park on the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit. You will then pay a visit to the Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne & Olympic Parks, one of the world's busiest sports and entertainment precincts.
Enjoy an insiders' view as you are taken through the changing room used by the world's best tennis players, the Walk Of Fame, up to the superboxes and VIP hospitality areas, inside the media centre theatre and into the arena (events permitting)! Stop for lunch overlooking the arena at Etihad Stadium before getting behind the scenes of Melbourne Cricket Ground. The MCG is a super stage for Australian sport, a stadium for the 1956 Olympics, Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games, International Cricket and Australian Rules Football. You will have the opportunity to explore the Northern Stand, coaches' box, players changing rooms, cricket viewing room, Bill Lawry Cricket Centre, aerial views, the MCG Museum, the Ponsford Stand and a walk on the hallowed turf. (all subject to availability).
The tour concludes with a visit to the National Sports Museum, featuring more than 2500 sporting artefacts and extensive multimedia displays and showcasing the great moments in Australia's sporting history. More than just a museum, the National Sports Museum captures the spirit of Australian sporting life and relives the moments that have shaped Australia's rich sporting traditions.
This tour operates with a minimum of four and a maximum of 20 participants.
Once this experience has been confirmed changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them.