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National Sports Museum, Melbourne

The National Sports Museum, located within the Melbourne Cricket Ground, is dedicated to Australian sporting heritage.

The National Sports Museum, located within the Melbourne Cricket Ground, is dedicated to Australian sporting heritage. It has the Halls of Fame of Sport Australia, cricket and football, as well as a section tracing the Olympics through the years. It also covers sports such as tennis, rugby, basketball, boxing, netball and horse-racing. It exhibits sporting memorabilia such as Don Bradman's green cap, Cathy Freeman's gold medal-winning running suit, and Ian Thorpe's full body swimsuit.


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About National Sports Museum

 Melbourne Cricket Ground, Brunton Ave, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

 +61 3 9657 8879

 www.nsm.org.au

National Sports Museum and Nearby Sights on Map

Melbourne Cricket Ground

The Melbourne Cricket Ground is the largest stadium in the Southern Hemisphere, and the 10thlargest stadium in the world, with a seating capacity of 100,000

Bridge Road

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Rod Laver Arena

Named after Australian tennis legend Rodney George Laver, the Rod Lavern Arena in Melbourne Park is the second largest indoor arena in the country and hosts the Australian Open

Fitzroy Gardens

The Fitzroy Gardens have acres of breathtakingly beautiful scenery, with sprawling grass, ornamental shrubs, tall old trees, fountains and a creek

Cooks' Cottage

Cooks' Cottage in Fitzroy Gardens is the house in which Captain James Cook's parents lived

Morell Bridge

Treasury Gardens

Alexandra Gardens

City Museum Melbourne

The City Museum traces the history of Melbourne, from the early explorations of John Batman through the Victorian Gold Rush of the mid 19th century to the modern day bustling city it has become

Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens

The picturesque Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne are spread over 94 acres of manicured gardens with over 10,000 different species of flora