(Start times for days two, three and four may vary depending on weather/over rates)
Public Entry Gates: Entry is via Gate 2 on Lakeside Drive only. Tickets are available for purchase at the gate only.
Tickets: Adults – $5.00 Concession – $2.00 Children – $2.00 Family – $10.00 MCC Members gain free entry upon presentation of MCC membership card. Pass out stamps will be available upon request if you need to exit the venue.
Melbourne Marathon Road Closures – Sunday 13 October
Please note that Lakeside Drive will be closed on Sunday 13 October for the Melbourne Marathon from 5.30am until 12pm. No car parking will be available in Lakeside Drive during this time. A map of designated road closures in the area is available here and the Melbourne Marathon course layout can be found here. Public transport is recommended.
What can’t I bring into the CitiPower Centre? – No pets. Assistance dogs are permitted. – No full size cricket bats – No cans, glass or metal knives – No BYO alcohol – No camera lenses over 300mm or telescopic camera lenses (Cricket Australia accredited photographers excepted)
Food and Drink: Food and drink facilities will be available on site. Patrons may bring their own food/drink, however BYO alcohol is prohibited. We accept both cash and EFTPOS. Cash-out facilities are not available.
Pets: Please note pets are not permitted at venue. Assistance dogs are accepted.
Smoking: The CitiPower Centre at Junction Oval is a strictly non-smoking venue.
Seating: Patrons are welcome to bring individual fold-up chairs or similar outdoor seating to use on the main grassed areas. The Blackie Ironmonger Stand will also be open to patrons. The Kevin Murray Stand will remain closed – it is currently undergoing construction works and patrons are required to avoid this area of the ground.
Merchandise: A limited amount of Victorian team merchandise is available for purchase at Cricket Victoria reception.
TRAM – Route 16: The route 16 tram runs along Fitzroy Street, with the Princes Street / Fitzroy Street stop just a 3-minute walk from Junction Oval. Jump on at either Flinders Street station and travel towards St Kilda, or Balaclava station on the Sandringham line and travel towards the city.
TRAM – Route 96: The route 96 light rail tram can also be caught from the city, travelling pass Southern Cross train station towards St Kilda. Alight at the Canterbury Rd / Fitzroy Street stop, just 5 minutes’ walk from Junction Oval.
TRAIN – Sandringham Line: Get off at Windsor Station. It is a 15-20-minute walk from the station to Junction Oval via Peel Street.
Public Parking: Very limited on-street parking will be available around the Fitzroy Street / Lakeside Drive / Junction Oval Precinct. Please adhere to street signs for parking costs.