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Like most tours it all depends on your volunteer guide although I admit most are doing what they enjoy, sharing their knowledge with others. This was definitely the case with our tour guide.
I admit to being a non cricket fan although I do enjoy...More
I attended the WACA to see the Chelsea FC training session. The attraction for me was not only seeing a Premier League Team but also visiting such a historic site.
The stadium is a very old school, grass and grandstand type arrangement. All food options...More
The WACA is a ground that you can tell is getting a bit old and long in the tooth. Nothing really wrong here but it does lack the features of more modern stadiums and needs some TLC and upgrading to be up there for today's...More
The WACA is located in East Perth and is around a mile and half from Perth railway station. There's a free CAT bus from the station that will drop you outside the ground.
Unfortunately, my visit did not coincide with one of the stadium tours,...More
If you love cricket then this place is a place of some sort of pilgrimage. Best to try to see a game being played, but these days state and local games attract small crowds. If only to walk where the greats have been and to...More
If you love cricket, and your in Perth, then a visit to the W.A.C.A. is a must visit. An easy paced, well informative tour ($20Aus) is well worth the money, I even set foot out on the turf. Although most of the cricket will move...More
We visited The WACA for a Perth Scorchers game during the Big Bash and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The game was a sell-out and the atmosphere was electric! Plenty of bar, food and toilet facilities and a minimal wait to make use of the facilities....More
My partner is a cricket tragic and thoroughly enjoyed the guided tour and chatting with the guide. A wonderful part of WA cricket culture that sadly appears to be at it's use by date with very little sport played there in this era. Go see...More