Melbourne Cricket Club - Overseas Members
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Overseas Members

Overseas membership is a "holding" membership available to Full and Restricted members who are residing outside Australia for a period in excess of 12 months. 

A member may make application to the club office for placement on the Overseas membership list once they have been residing overseas for three months. A reduced subscription rate will then apply for the following membership season.

Subscription rates for Overseas members for the 2014/15 membership season are:

Full Adult Overseas - $205
Full Intermediate Overseas - $164

Restricted Adult Overseas - $205
Restricted Intermediate Overseas - $164
Restricted Junior Overseas - $124

Placement on the overseas membership list will automatically deactivate the member’s photo ID card. Entry to the club’s facilities will be granted on a return visit as long as it does not exceed six weeks. 

Overseas members may attract charges as the Committee determines in attending specific events.

Download a copy of the Overseas members guidelines

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