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Multi Purpose Venue (Melbourne Park)

Multi Purpose Venue (Melbourne Park) was completed in 2000 and is one of the most versatile venues available. This venue is the location for the Track Cycling and spectators can expect some high-speed racing here on the 250m Siberian pine cycling track. The Basketball and Netball finals will also be held at this venue.

The track and the venue have been given the seal of approval by the world's top cyclists and officials at the 2004 UCI Track Cycling World Championships, Melbourne.

Multi Purpose Venue (Melbourne Park) is an adaptable sports, entertainment and conference facility in one. Features include raiseable, retractable and removable seating, which can be altered to accommodate different events while always ensuring spectators can be close to the action. The retractable roof, which takes only 10 minutes to fully open or close, allows the venue to be transformed from an indoor to an outdoor arena.

View the Multi Purpose Venue (Melbourne Park) venue and seating information.

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Royal Botanic Gardens Circuit

The Road Race event will be set around the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens, minutes from Melbourne's city centre. The Royal Botanic Gardens Circuit was used for the 1998 Australian Cycling Championships.

View the Cycling Road Race course map in the Road Events section.

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St Kilda Foreshore and Beach Road (Time Trial at St Kilda Foreshore and Beach Road)

The Cycling Time Trial takes in one of Melbourne’s traditional competitive and recreational Cycling locations, the foreshore area of St Kilda and scenic Beach Road. Competitors in this event depart at one-minute intervals to face the challenge of maintaining their speed and concentration in a personal battle against the course, the elements and the clock.

View the Cycling Time Trial course map in the Road Events section.

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State Mountain Bike Course (Lysterfield Park)

This world-class mountain bike course located at Lysterfield Park in the foothills of the spectacular Dandenong Ranges, south-east of Melbourne, will be one of the tangible legacies of the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games. The venue will include around 14km of trails, including a 6km elite competition course.

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