Cricket fever has hit Australia, with the ongoing tour of the Indian cricket team. A good time to fly to Down Under.
The first match between India Australia was held in December last year at The Melbourne Cricketing Ground (MCG).
The Twenty 20 match will follow on February 1 and the one-day international match between India and Australia on February 10.
- You could also visit wineries in the Yarra Valley or take a drive down the Great Ocean Road.
- The Sydney Cricketing Ground will host the second Test Match between India and Australia (January 2 to 6, 2008), followed by the India-Australia one day international on February 24.
- At Sydney, climb the Harbour Bridge or take a cruise around to enjoy a view of the iconic Sydney Opera house. Canberra, with Australia’s most important public buildings, art works and institutions, will host the match between Indian and Sri Lanka on February 12, 2008.
- Hobart will host a one-dayer between Sri Lanka and India on February 26, 2008.
- At Brisbane, home to Steve Irwin’s Wildlife Park and a cricket stadium GABBA, India will take on Australia on February 3.
- Adelaide, noted for its architecture and buildings, will host the fourth test match between India and Australia from January 24 to 28, 2008 at the famous Adelaide Oval.
- Then you can watch the third Test Match between India and Australia at the WACCA at Perth.
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