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Address: Manuka Circle, Griffith ACT 2603
Ground dimensions: 179m x 150m
Canberra's home of Australian Football and cricket has a close tie to Australia's home of AFL and cricket, the MCG. It is the Jack Fingleton Scoreboard, which was the original scoreboard at the MCG.
The oval recently received a $9 million upgrade to maintain its standing as the premier ground for Australian Football in the nation's capital. The upgrade included new seating, extended terraces and more.
Western Bulldogs and Melbourne have each played one home game at the venue since 2006. Prior to that, the Kangaroos called it home once a season before taking games up to the Gold Coast.
Parking is available in the Telopea School Grounds on Manuka Circle. Limited street parking is available for early birds around the venue.
The closest train station to the venue is Kingston, the terminus for CountryLink services from around the country. Visit CountryLink for more information.
A variety of bus services are available in and around Canberra. For more information, visit ACTION, Canberra's bus service.
9am, Friday February 6