Circuit information

The Australian Grand Prix is held in the downtown of Melbourne around the beautiful Albert Park Lake, approximately 2 kilometers south of the business centre of the city. The 5.3 kilometer (3.3 miles) long circuit is a street-based circuit and therefore used only once every year since 1996. The installation of trackside fences, grandstands and other infrastructure starts three months before the event and removed six weeks after the Grand Prix weekend. The track is considered as quite fast and has an excellent combination of high-, medium- and low speed corners which allow drivers to overtake at several point of the race. Due to the relatively flat terrain around the lake we recommend to reserve a grand stand ticket to have the best view of the race.

The fantastic party atmosphere of Melbourne and the picturesque street-based circuit makes the Australian Grand Prix a perfect season-opener.

Access to the circuit

There are eight gates around the race track all of which can be used by Corporate and Grandstand ticket holders. Those having General Admission tickets are recommended by the organizers to use the gate printed on the ticket, although can enter any of the gates except Gate 1. 

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