Melbourne Cricket Club - Corporate Functions
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Corporate Functions

The Long Room in function mode.One of the world's great sporting venues is now an unrivalled function centre.

The hallowed turf of the MCG has been the location of many famous sporting events and now the newly redeveloped 'G' has outstanding function spaces including spectacular views of the city skyline and over the arena.

The 'G is only minutes away from the heart of the city, with all forms of transport within easy access including a pedestrian bridge connecting to Federation Square.

EPICURE has prepared comprehensive menu packages for functions and events in the Members Reserve, Olympic Stand and Great Southern Stand.

Our menus range from plated dinner and lunch menus to banquet and grazing, party menus and food stall concepts to conference packages, breakfast, meeting and more!

Beverage packages have been designed with balance and quality at the forefront, incorporating a range of interesting wines from the very best growing regions of Australia, from both large suppliers to smaller boutique wineries.

Our services also extend to specialised theming and entertainment options to create a memorable event for any size function.

For all function and event enquires please visit the EPICURE website.

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