Melbourne Cricket Club - Filming and Photo Requests
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Filming and Photo Requests

The MCG is a popular venue for a variety of activities performed by stakeholders, media, students, government and commercial enterprises.

The MCC receives numerous requests to access the venue on non-event days. The club also receives requests for access to other MCC-managed venues, such as the Albert Ground.

The MCC Communications Department will be the first point of contact to manage non-event day MCG access requests, and ensure that relevant MCC policies, including safety requirements and arena availability, are complied with.

To make a request, please email communications@mcc.org.au in the first instance, detailing the nature of your request and the preferred date, time and other requirements.

An assessment will then be undertaken as to the suitability of the request.

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