Sydney Cricket Ground
Australians love sport, and every summer sees the annual pilgrimage to the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG).
Located just 2.5 kilometres to the south of Sydney in the suburb of Moore Park, the ground is really easy to get to from virtually any part of the city. Buses travel to the Sydney Cricket Ground on game day every few minutes from Central Sydney.
Considered by many to be the soul of Australian Cricket, the SCG sees many Tests, Shield and One-Day matches every year.
In fact, the SCG has played host to some of the most famous test matches in history including the 1932 bodyline series (Australia versus England). More recently, the ground has seen the likes of Border and Botham, Chappell and Crowe, Lillee and Lloyd, Waugh and Warne all battle it out for cricketing supremacy.
Together with Cricket Australia, the SCG has set up a fantastic museum that lets you re-live the glory days of Australian Cricket. In fact, the Sydney Cricket Ground history books go back well over 100+ years.
In the late eighties the venue saw the addition of a purpose built Football Stadium called Aussie Stadium. Famous for its design and spectator experience, the stadium regularly attracts crowds of over 40,000.
The SCG really is something to see for all sports lovers.