Melbourne Cricket Club - Visiting and Contact Details
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    Visiting and Contact Details

    Opening Hours

    The MCC Library is open as follows.

    • For MCC members and their guests:

    Normally from 10am until 4pm, Monday to Friday, and also on match days, from the opening of Gate 2 until the end of tea/dinner (cricket) or halftime (AFL).

    • For researchers who are not MCC members:

    By appointment. The normal times of access are from 10am until 4pm, Monday to Friday. Please contact the Library to arrange your visit.

    • For the general public:

    The MCC Library is usually included as a point of interest on the MCG Tour. Additional specialised tours to the Library may be offered in conjunction with particular events or exhibitions, and will be announced on this website.

    Contact details

    Post:  PO Box 175, East Melbourne, Victoria 8002 Australia

    Telephone:  + 61 3 9657 8876
    Facsimile:  + 61 3 9654 6067
    Email:  library@mcc.org.au

    The MCC Library is located at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Cordner Entrance, Gate 2, Yarra Park, Jolimont, Victoria, Australia.

     

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