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F1 Australia 2022 - Tickets
At speeds of over 300 km/h, the world’s fastest cars and their drivers will once again take on the exhilarating turns and straights of the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit at Albert Park for the Australian Grand Prix. From general admission to grandstands and hospitality, Grand Prix Events offers the best access in Australia. Choose Grand Prix Events for Australian Grand Prix tickets, hospitality suites and experiences.
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AusGP Park Pass (General Admission) Tickets
An AusGP Park Pass (also known as General Admission) gives you affordable access to all the on-track action from a variety of viewpoints at Albert Park, as well as the chance to enjoy an array of impressive entertainment. It is one of the best ways to experience the electric atmosphere of the Australian Grand Prix. Please note that AusGP Park Passes do not include a reserved seat.
Discounted children’s tickets for grandstands apply to children aged between 2 to 14 (inclusive) on the date of the race. Infants aged under 2 years have free access to grandstands as long as they do not occupy a seat. Children’s ticket holders may be required to provide identification, both at the time of purchase and upon entry to the circuit.
The Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit at Albert Park offers excellent viewing from a selection of grandstands located in a beautiful park setting. A good choice for first-time visitors are the 3 Corner Grandstand Tickets, which give you a seat in a different grandstand on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Several grandstands at Albert Park also offer Premium Access from a covered section at the top with the best views of the action. All grandstands in Melbourne offer a super-screen opposite so that you can follow the action from all around the track.
Recommended places to watch the action include the following grandstands:
Located on the insider of Turn 1, Brabham lets you watch the cars brake on the limit at the end of the pit straight before they then tackle the throttle through Turn 2.
From the outside of Turn 1, you’ll have an excellent view of the drama as drivers fight for position in the opening complex of corners.
Overlooking the start and finish line, you’ll have a prime view of the pre-race ceremonies, the race start, and then all the drama of the race unfolding.
Occupying a strategic location on the final corner, the Prost Grandstand offers views of Turns 15 and 16.
Located between the track’s final two turns, the Schumacher Grandstand offers a wide range view of the world’s best braking into Turn 15, before they accelerate and line up the all-important run into the final corner.