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Sydney Cricket Ground Tours

Sydney Cricket Ground
Established in 1848, the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) is Sydney's primary venue for cricket and Australian rules football. It also serves as the home stadium for the New South Wales Blues cricket team and the Australian Football League’s Sydney Swans. The SCG holds just over 47,000 spectators. 

The Basics
The SGC has two historic stands: the members’ stands and the ladies’ stands. Beneath the ladies’ stands, you’ll find the SCG Museum, which focuses on the sporting and social activities that have occurred at the SCG over time. Visit just to watch a cricket match, or book a guided tour to see sites like the changing rooms and the television commentary box and to learn about the site’s history.

Things to Know Before you Go
  • You must adhere to a dress code if you attend a match: Visitors may not wear shirts without a collar, ripped or soiled clothing, revealing tops (including halter or strapless tops), athletic shorts (or similar items), track pants, or casual sandals or slippers (or similar footwear). Visitors entering the Member Pavilion adhere to an even stricter dress code. See the stadium’s official rules for details.
  • The SCG is wheelchair accessible, but those wishing to go on a tour should contact their operator or the SCG to make arrangements in advance.
  • Alcohol, glass bottles, and aluminum cans are not allowed.
How to Get There
The cricket grounds are located in Moore Park, in the heart of Sydney, just east of the CBD. To reach the site via public transportation, you can take a variety of train, bus, or light rail to Central Station, which is about a 20-minute walk away. Public parking is also available in the area, and there are taxi stands on Errol Flynn Boulevard, a few minutes’ walk to the south.
 
When to Get There
Tours of the SCG are available Monday through Friday in both the morning and afternoon and on Saturday mornings. The museum is closed on all public holidays and on major match days, so plan accordingly. Check match schedules for details.

Moore Park Attractions
The Moore Park area is home to a variety of attractions and entertainment options, including tennis courts, a golf course, and the Allianz Stadium, which hosts soccer and rugby matches. The park's Entertainment Quarter, just south of the SGC, is home to lots of restaurants, bars, and shops as well as family-friendly entertainment options.
Address: Driver Ave, Moore Park, NSW 2021, Australia
Admission: Tours are available; prices vary per match
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3 Tours and Activities to Experience Sydney Cricket Ground

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Behind The Scenes: Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) Guided Walking Tour

Behind The Scenes: Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) Guided Walking Tour

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Sport holds an important place in Australian culture and you can get an insight into this national obsession on this guided walking tour. Visit Sydney's home of sport where sporting heroes play cricket, rugby, soccer, and Australian rules football, run down the tunnel, admire trophies, and learn all about its colorful history.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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$24.80
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Private Helicopter Flight Over Sydney & Beaches for 2 or 3 people - 30 Minutes

Private Helicopter Flight Over Sydney & Beaches for 2 or 3 people - 30 Minutes

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Experience the best of Sydney from the sky during a 30-minute scenic helicopter flight. Get a bird's-eye view of Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Fort Denison, Watson's Bay, and the Taronga Zoo before your pilot heads over to the Northern beaches and Manly. Pass over Bondi, Coogee, Wedding Cake Island, and more as you follow the coast back to South Head before landing.
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  • 30 minutes
  • Taking safety measures
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$649.86
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Private Sunset Helicopter Flight Over Sydney & Beaches for 2 or 3 - 30 Minutes

Private Sunset Helicopter Flight Over Sydney & Beaches for 2 or 3 - 30 Minutes

Discover all of Sydney's famous icons during a thrilling 30 minute helicopter flight. Take off from Mascot Airport and fly over the spectacular Sydney Harbour, experiencing the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Fort Denison, Watson's Bay, Taronga Zoo and Bondi Beach from above. From the Harbour you will head north to see what the Northern beaches have to offer. From there, track coastal back toward South Head, and passing Bondi, Coogee, Wedding Cake Island and more!
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  • 30 minutes
  • Taking safety measures
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$670.17
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Helicopter Flight Over Sydney and Beaches - 20 Minutes

Helicopter Flight Over Sydney and Beaches - 20 Minutes

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Discover all of Sydney's famous icons during a thrilling 20 minute helicopter flight. Take off from Mascot Airport and fly over the spectacular Sydney Harbour, experiencing the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Fort Denison, Watson's Bay, Taronga Zoo and Bondi Beach from above.
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  • 20 minutes
  • Taking safety measures
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$154.34
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Frequently Asked Questions

The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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Should I book Sydney Cricket Ground tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Sydney Cricket Ground can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 3 Sydney Cricket Ground tickets and tours on Viator.
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How much does it cost to visit Sydney Cricket Ground 2020?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Sydney Cricket Ground costs USD 24.80. Guided Sydney Cricket Ground tours start around USD 24.80 per person. See all 3 Sydney Cricket Ground tickets and tours on Viator.
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