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Venue Locations

This map shows the location of competition venues. For specific information on each venue select the individual sport image on the map below.

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Hockey at State Netball Hockey CentreNetball at State Netball Hockey CentreAthletics at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)Athletics at Docklands PrecinctLawn Bowls at State Lawn Bowls CentreBadminton at Melbourne Exhibition CentreBoxing at Melbourne Exhibition CentreWeightlifting at Melbourne Exhibition CentreRugby 7s at Telstra DomeGymnastics at Rod Laver Arena (Melbourne Park)Basketball at Melbourne ParkCycling at Melbourne ParkNetball at Melbourne ParkShooting at Melbourne International Shooting ClubCycling at Royal Botanic Gardens CircuitBasketball at BendigoShooting at Wellsford Rifle Range (Bendigo)Basketball at Regional BasketballBasketball at GeelongShooting at Melbourne Gun Club (Lilydale)Cycling at State Mountain Bike Course (Lysterfield Park)Basketball at TraralgonTriathlon at St Kilda ForeshoreAquatics at Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC)Squash at Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC)Table Tennis at Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC)Cycling Time Trial at St Kilda Foreshore and Beach Road

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This table summarises the information represented on the venue locations map.

Venue Location
Docklands Precinct The venue for Walks is approximately 1.5 km south-west of the city centre.
Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) The venue for both Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Athletics and the start and finish of the Marathon is approximately 2 km east of the city centre.
Melbourne Exhibition Centre The venue for Badminton, Boxing and Weightlifting is directly south-west of the city centre.
Melbourne Gun Club (Lilydale) The venue for Clay Target Shooting is approximately 50 km north-east of the city centre.
Melbourne International Shooting Club The venue for Small Bore and Pistol Shooting is approximately 4 km south-west of the city centre.
Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC) The venue for Aquatics, Squash and Table Tennis is approximately 3 km south of the city centre.
Multi Purpose Venue (Melbourne Park) The venue for the Basketball Finals, Track Cycling and Netball Finals is approximately 2 km east of the city centre.
Regional Basketball Ballarat (approximately 100 km west of the city centre),
Bendigo (approximately 130 km north-west of the city centre),
Geelong (approximately 75 km south-west of the city centre), and
Traralgon (approximately 160 km east of the city centre).
Rod Laver Arena (Melbourne Park) The venue for Gymnastics is approximately 2 km east of the city centre.
Royal Botanic Gardens Circuit The venue for Cycling Road Race events is approximately 2.5 km south-east of the city centre.
State Lawn Bowls Centre The venue for Lawn Bowls is approximately 6.5 km north-east of the city centre.
State Mountain Bike Course (Lysterfield Park) The venue for Mountain Bike Cycling is approximately 50 km east of the city centre.
State Netball Hockey Centre The venue for Netball preliminaries and Hockey is approximately 3 km north of the city centre.
St Kilda Foreshore and Beach Road The venue for the Triathlon and Cycling Time Trial is approximately 5 km south of the city centre.
Telstra Dome The venue for Rugby 7s is directly west of the city centre.
Wellsford Rifle Range (Bendigo) The venue for Full Bore Shooting is approximately 130 km north-west of the city centre.

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