Of all of the events held in Melbourne, the Australian Grand Prix is one of the largest and most popular.
People from all over the world come here to watch the Grand Prix, with this event certainly increasing visitors to Melbourne and showcasing what the beautiful city has to offer.
Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix 2023, Melbourne F1 GP Dates Schedule
The Australian Grand Prix event is the premier motorsport event in Australia, welcoming many talented drivers from all over the world. World champions and many enthusiastic drivers come here to test their skills on the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit.
The final rounds of the championship are often the most popular; therefore, during the last days of the event, the crowds in Melbourne swell to tens of thousands. For this reason, visitors should book their flights & accommodation early to avoid disappointment.
See the brand-new Formula 1® cars hit the modified Albert Park Circuit for the first time on Friday at the Formula 1 Heineken Grand Prix 2022. The Rubens will headline Friday’s world-class off-track entertainment schedule, with Formula 1, Supercars, S5000, Carrera Cup, and much more, fueling all the action on-track. The ultimate on-circuit retreat, Lakeside Studio at Carousel provides guests with an exclusive, all-encompassing hospitality experience.
There will be over 22-hours of on-track action across the four days of the Melbourne Grand Prix. Headlined by the triumphant return of Formula 1® to the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit. Supercars will also take to the circuit as one of the support categories. The lineup will also showcase exotic and classic cars.
Melbourne’s best food, art and entertainment come together to bring you an electrifying off-track atmosphere by Albert Park’s lakeside. Across all four days of the Formula 1 Heineken Australian Grand Prix 2022, you’ll find everything from official merchandise to tasty food and beverage options and some of the hottest live music.
Children 14 years old and under can access General Admission areas for FREE provided they are accompanied by a paying adult ticket holder. For children 14 years old and under, free tickets are only available at the gate.
Catch public transport to Albert Park, as there are free trams for Grand Prix ticket holders which operate between the city and the circuit on all four days of the event.