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Australian Grand Prix Information
Formula 1 racing came to Australia in 1985, in Adelaide, before switching to Melbourne in 1996. A track was developed in Melbourne’s beautiful Albert Park, part of it using closed-off public roads.
Since 1996, the race has become very popular with drivers and fans alike, and the party atmosphere of Melbourne keeps them coming back year after year.
We recommend Viagogo for all tickets to Albert Park and Australian Formula One and Grand Prix Events. Tickets are available for premium, Grand Stand and general admission.
Kids 12 and under get free entry to the General Admission areas, making it a great value day for families. Kids Corner is the perfect place to take a pit stop from the racing action on the track.
It will be jam packed with kid-friendly free activities including roving entertainers and our fully-interactive Disney experience.
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Albert Park Venue Information
Getting to Albert Park is easy in Melbourne and the Public Transport is fantastic. For up to the minute train, tram and bus information visit ptv.vic.gov.au
P: 1800 800 007 (6am to midnight daily).
Get in touch with ptv for all transport options.
If using any other public transport service besides the free shuttle trams, patrons must buy a valid Myki ticket for travel.
Tickets are available from the Melbourne Visitor Centre at Federation Square, Premium Stations, retail outlets and Myki ticket machines at train stations.
Some bus services will take you to bus stops close to the Circuit, whilst other services will take you to the City, where you can catch the tram services to the Circuit (free tram for GP ticket holders).
If using any other public transport service besides the free shuttle trams, patrons must buy a valid ticket for travel.
The Albert Park raceway circuit, which lies between artificial lakes and cricket fields, combines fast straights and very demanding slow-speed turns, offering numerous overtaking opportunities for drivers and thrilling action for passionate fans.
Despite Mark Webber’s recent retirement from Formula 1, the locals still welcome the sport and have already placed their faith in the young but experienced Daniel Ricciardo who now sits in Webber’s former Red Bull car.