Getting to ICC T20 Women's World Cup

The International Cricket Council’s pinnacle global event is coming to Australia, with the ICC Women’s World Cup being held from 21 February to 8 March 2020 at grounds across the country.

The 10 best women's teams will compete in 23 matches across Australia, including five matches at Melbourne’s Junction Oval.

There are a range of transport options available to get you to and from Junction Oval so you can enjoy a day at the cricket.

Tram

Tram routes 3/a, 5, 16, 64 and 67 all stop at the St Kilda Junction/Punt Road tram stop which is a short walk from the oval.

Fans can also catch tram route 96 to St Kilda Station. The oval is a seven-minute walk up Fitzroy Street and onto Lakeside Drive from this stop.

Bus

Bus route 246 travels from Clifton Hill to St Kilda Junction/Punt Road which is a short walk from the oval. 

Train

Fans can catch a train to Southern Cross Station or Parliament and then take a route 96 tram to St Kilda Station. The oval is a seven-minute walk up Fitzroy Street and onto Lakeside Drive from this stop.

Car

As parking is limited, we recommend taking public transport wherever possible.

Accessibility
 
The St Kilda Station tram stop is level access, and all route 96 trams are low-floor.
 
The St Kilda Junction/Punt Road tram stop is level access, and tram routes 5 and 16 are currently serviced by a mix of low-floor and high-floor trams.