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An absolute joy to visit the old home of test cricket in Perth. It looks light years away from the new Perth stadium, but has all the atmosphere, tradition and history that you would associate with such a ground. The tour (with Alan as the...More
I arrived at the WACA entrance at 9:45am, just as the gate to the museum was being unlocked, so went straight in and had a look around the small museum (lots of photos and memorabilia) before the tour began at 10am. The tour went right...More
Anyone that loves cricket must visit the waca (West Australian Cricket Associaton) what a lovely ground we met an official at the ground and he let us view the ground then took us round the museum,we were then taken to the members area where we...More
I was on tour with 15 cricket players and were fortunate enough to be able to enter the WACA ground. What an amazing arena for cricket! The atmosphere is incredible and the wonderful history around the ground is a pleasure to absorb. A must for...More
If you a cricket lover and in Perth, then a visit to the WACA is a must. I was pleased to learn that test cricket is still played there apart from against the big three: England, India and South Africa.
The tour of the ground...More
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