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General info: Ikon Park double-header

Jacqueline Guldon, Carlton Media  March 1, 2017 3:40 PM

Blues News | JLT 2 Emily Angwin brings you all the news from Ikon Park as the Blues prepare for their second JLT Community Series clash against St Kilda.

Footy returns to the Blues’ hallowed turf this Saturday with both Carlton squads set to line up in a double-header at Ikon Park. 

Carlton will face the Western Bulldogs from 11:35am in Round 5 of the NAB AFL Women’s before the Blues’ 2:05pm clash against St Kilda in the JLT Community Series.

A ticket to the JLT Community Series match will need to be purchased in order to gain entry to support Carlton’s women’s and men’s teams. 

While Blues access members are entitled to free entry (subject to capacity), members are advised to purchase a general admission ticket for $5 or upgrade to a reserved seat to secure a spot in the stands.

With a large crowd expected to flock to Ikon Park on Saturday, supporters with general admission tickets are advised to arrive early.

And with limited on-street car parking available, public transport will be the best way to get to the Blues’ home base.

See below for your quickest and easiest route to and from the games.

Via metropolitan train:

Patrons are advised to catch a train to Melbourne Central Station or Jewell Station (Upfield line) before connecting with Route 19 trams.

Alternatively, patrons can catch a train to Royal Park Station (Upfield line) followed by an approx. 15-minute walk to Ikon Park.

Via metropolitan tram:

Hop on board the Route 19 Tram (City-North Coburg) and alight the tram at Walker Street/Royal Parade (Stop 16).

The following tram routes also run close to Ikon Park:

  • Route 1 (South Melbourne Beach - East Coburg) trams operate to Lygon Street/Richardson Street (Stop 117) and it is an approx. 5 min walk to the stadium.
  • Route 8 (Toorak - Moreland) trams operate to Lygon Street/Richardson Street (Stop 117) and it is an approx. 5 min walk to the stadium.
  • Route 55 trams (West Coburg - Domain Interchange) operate to Royal Park Station/Royal Park (Stop 26) and it is an approx. 15 min walk to the stadium.

Via metropolitan bus:

The 505 Bus stops at Princes Park Bus Station with a short walk across the road to Ikon Park. 

Alternatively, you can plan your journey here.