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Dining Availability update

Bookings for the Members Dining Room, when open, are accepted via this website or phone on (03) 9657 8888 until 5pm, the day following the registration open date.

Should bookings exceed capacity, a ballot will be conducted and members will be advised of the outcome of their booking in the week of the registration period.

2014 AFL Home and Away Season

Round

Teams

Date

Members Dining Room

Collingwood v Essendon  Apr 25 

Booked out

Melbourne v Sydney Apr 26 

Book here  

Richmond v Hawthorn  Apr 27 

Book here  

Carlton v Collingwood  May 2 

Register here

Hawthorn v St Kilda  May 3 

Register here

Geelong Cats v Richmond May 4 

Register here

When registrations exceed capacity of the Members Dining Room, the club may have access to other dining facilities. Members unsuccessful in the ballot will be offered priority access to attractive dining packages in these rooms.

Should any space remain in the Members Dining Room following the ballot registration period, registrations will re-open at 9.00am the next day. 

 

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