Most beautiful cricket grounds in the world

skilts

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As far as international grounds go - Queenstown and Dharamshala. Newlands and Galle are pretty good too. In Australia, Bellerive.


This is my favourite ground to actually watch the game at. Spent a number of memorable days their in the '90s, sitting under a tree with a picnic watching the Bradman XI play touring sides.
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As far as international grounds go - Queenstown and Dharamshala. Newlands and Galle are pretty good too. In Australia, Bellerive.


This is my favourite ground to actually watch the game at. Spent a number of memorable days their in the '90s, sitting under a tree with a picnic watching the Bradman XI play touring sides.
It certainly is a blissful place to watch cricket. Also, I cannot recommend highly enough a visit to their cricket museum. I spent a whole day there and is wasn't long enough.

Bowral itself is a beautiful town, unlike most others in NSW. The architecture, dating back to Victorian times onwards, provides a contrast to the hotchpotch which is seen in most other country towns or cities in that state.
 

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Ishikawa

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As far as international grounds go - Queenstown and Dharamshala. Newlands and Galle are pretty good too. In Australia, Bellerive.


This is my favourite ground to actually watch the game at. Spent a number of memorable days their in the '90s, sitting under a tree with a picnic watching the Bradman XI play touring sides.
I hate being one of "those" people who lament any form of development (& think it improved Adelaide Oval immensely), but from a visual perspective I liked Bellerive much more pre-upgrade. Am sure it's much better for patrons (& for footy in winter) though.
 

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Yeah, it's my local, but Lilac Hill's spot on a bend in the Swan River, with the vineyards of the Swan Valley starting across the road is a beautiful spot. Took the kids there for a WBBL game last year and when their minds were wandering, we just sat with our feet in the water watching the world go by. Magic.
 
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