Posted November 16, 2018 06:38:17With the 2018 Summer Olympics just weeks away, it’s time to start thinking about your options, including whether to attend the Games in Melbourne.
Here’s what you need to know about the Summer Olympics, which begin in Rio de Janeiro on July 6.
What are the rules?
The Summer Olympics are a three-day event with a focus on sport, fitness and fitness and health.
The games include five events, each of which has a medal count of 10, with a total of 30 medal medals.
Participants from 12 countries will compete in each event.
For each event, there will be a medal competition, which will decide which team has the most medals.
There will also be a bronze, gold and silver medal events, which are won by the team that is the best in each category.
The games are held on the same day as the Commonwealth Games, which take place in Glasgow on July 9.
Why not head to Melbourne?
If you are heading to the Summer Games in Victoria for the first time, you can do so without a ticket.
Melbourne is an easier city to get to.
The city is located at the mouth of the Swan River in the heart of the state.
It’s not too far from Perth and the CBD, and the metro station is a short drive away.
You can also get to the games in Melbourne from interstate, via Perth Airport, or from the CBD.
What to expect at the gamesThere are plenty of events to keep you entertained during the games.
The indoor games are the main attraction, featuring a variety of activities including rowing, canoeing, water polo, gymnastics and obstacle courses.
The men’s and women’s teams are also competing, with each team being able to choose which event to play in.
The outdoor games will be held at the Melbourne Stadium, where there are also a variety in sport such as cricket, rugby union and ice hockey.
You’ll also be able to watch the games from a number of other locations, including on the city’s central train station, on the Swan river in the city, on CityLink, at the city library and on the nearby Botanic Gardens.
What can I expect at each event?
There are several activities that you can expect to see during the Summer Olympic Games.
There are four Olympic disciplines: pole vault, beam jump, long jump and high jump.
The pole vault is the most popular event in the sport, with up to 10,000 competitors competing for medals.
The event has been contested at the Games since 2000, and is now one of the most watched events.
You will also find swimming, gymnastic, rowing and swimming pools competing for bronze and silver medals.
You can also watch a number the gymnastics events including face-off and vaulting.
The women’s and men’s teams will compete for gold, silver and bronze medals.
In the men’s team event, a total prize purse of US$7 million will be won by each team.
You’ll also find a variety on the men and women track and field teams competing for gold and bronze.
The Olympic Games are the largest sporting event in Australia, with an estimated 20 million spectators watching on TV in venues across the country.
You won’t want to miss the events.
Watch our video guide on what to expect during the Olympics to learn more.
What else can I do during the Games?
There will be plenty of activities during the event, from events such as rowing on the Melbourne’s River Bridge, swimming in the Swan, watching the games on TV and playing on the indoor courts.
There will also also be live music.
You might even catch a glimpse of some of the country’s most iconic figures.
A number of the Olympic medals will be awarded to the athletes in each sport.
If you want to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the sporting events, you might want to head to one of Melbourne’s bars to catch a pre-game party.
You won’t be able for some of these bars to hold their own events, but you can still enjoy some great cocktails and nibbles with the likes of the Golden Tiki Bar, and Biltmore.
Do you have any other tips?
If your local community centre is hosting the Games, you’ll be able visit the events from 10am until 1pm on Friday and Saturday nights.
If your family is travelling to the Games for the Games and they are not able to join you, they can also make the trek to one or two of the venues.
If you need a place to stay for the duration of the Games or if you have a group of friends that would like to attend, you should book an accommodation package through the Olympic Games Organising Committee (OOC).
There will always be one place for the general public to stay during the events, although the Olympic Park in Melbourne is open from 10.00am on Friday until 5.00pm on Sunday.The