Certain neurological disorders may not be detected with current clinical imaging modalities. Magnetic Resonance Elastography (MRE) combines acoustics with MRI to provide maps of tissue mechanical properties and may be sensitive to subtle tissue pathologies. Two published approaches for performing high-resolution MRE (so-called Direct Inversion and Non-Linear inversion) were applied to enable comparison of test-retest reproducibility of the hippocampus. Intraclass correlation coefficient found DI and NLI to display fair (0.42) and excellent (0.95) reproducibility, respectively, for measuring the magnitude of the complex shear modulus |G*|. Future work will assess the relative magnitude of technical and biological variance including both sex and ageing effects.