CANBERRA - Cricket Venue | ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

CANBERRA - Cricket Venue | ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. Discover Australia’s stories in its national capital, Canberra. While this young, modern city – which turned 100 in 2013 – is most commonly known as the federal seat of government, it also has an array of national attractions that hold and share the essence of Australia.

You’ll find experiences showcasing Australia’s history, culture and lifestyle including the Australian Institute of Sport, the National Museum of Australia, the National Gallery of Australia and the Australian War Memorial.

The city, with a population of 380,000, is designed around Lake Burley Griffin, a man-made lake popular with cyclists, walkers and joggers, and is an easy 2.5 hour drive to both the New South Wales South Coast and Snowy Mountains.


Manuka Oval boasts a rich and diverse history. It is the premier site for Cricket and AFL in Canberra and plays home to the state teams, the ACT Comets and Meteors.

The picturesque precinct features an abundance of trees which serve to exclude the hustle and bustle of the surrounding suburbs, and helps the visitor to absorb the venue and its associated events.

The Bradman Pavilion was constructed in 1962 with further stands built in 1987, 1992 with the Bradman stand constructed in 2001. Among continual upgrades to the venue as part of the Manuka Oval broader master plan, award winning lighting was installed in 2013 to enable night fixtures.

Manuka Oval is just 10 minutes from the City Centre, Parliament House and the airport, making it convenient for visiting fans and locals.

Address: Manuka Circle, Griffith ACT 2603. CANBERRA - Cricket Venue | ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.

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