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Melbourne is perennially popular with both sports legends and super fans for its year-round calendar of sporting spectacles.
SSoccer fans will descend upon Melbourne when the two top-ranked football nations, Brazil and Argentina, play it out at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on 9 June 2017.
Melbourne will play host to the Golf Croquet World Championships this February.
There’s plenty more reason to horse around beyond the Melbourne Cup.
The world’s most liveable city will welcome a host of new attractions, events and experiences in 2017.
Victoria is set to further cement its title as sports capital of Australia when it plays host to seven blockbuster, world class events between now and Christmas.
Every year in September, Australian Football League fans become flushed with finals-fever induced sweats (of the good variety) and Melbourne, as the capital of Australia’s much-loved sport, is the place to be.
A final field has been announced for the 58th World Cup of Golf which will be held at Melbourne’s Kingston Heath this November 23-27.
The Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race has secured a place on the coveted UCI WorldTour racing calendar from 2017 – 2019.
Spring is the season for memorable sporting moments in Melbourne. This year, there are some new additions to the sporting calendar to ignite our competitive steak.
March into Melbourne for 31 days of fashion, flowers, food, fast cars and world class festivities as the city plays host to multiple major events.
Port Phillip Bay is a popular playground for professional and amateur sailors alike. Here are some of the best ways to enjoy sailing on the Bay.
As part of the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race cyclists have the opportunity to ride shoulder to shoulder with Cadel himself in the Momentum Energy People’s Ride.
Whether getting amongst the football action at the AFL Grand Final (3 October) or opting to get away, there is plenty on this long weekend to keep everyone entertained.
Before, after or even during the Australian Football League Grand Final (3 October, 2015), football fans and visitors wanting to soak up Melbourne in the height of its grand final frenzy, will find a host of new dining options along emerging ‘eat streets’ Swan Street and Church Street.
Rugby League’s show-piece event, the Holden State of Origin Series is coming to Melbourne in 2015 – for the first time in 18 years.