The Australian Grand Prix has always had a range of tickets that make seeing F1 in Albert Park appealing to fans on any budget. There are numerous grandstand tickets for those looking for the best views at Albert Park while having a reserved seat. Fans can choose from the extra value of a 4-day ticket or buy single-day passes for Friday, Saturday or Sunday. One-day tickets, starting at just A$125, are perfect to keep costs down or have more flexibility.

For fans who want to enjoy the freedom of roaming around the circuit and are okay with bringing their own seat, the Park Pass (general admission) could be just the ticket. And at a price of under A$300 for all four days, they’re also a budget-friendly option.

Albert Park was one of the first F1 venues to introduce multi-grandstand tickets. These popular 3-corner combos give spectators the variation of trying a different grandstand each day but at a lower price than buying a separate ticket for each day. Though not always available at launch, look out for these tickets nearer the date of the race.

Finally, for those looking to experience the Grand Prix with a little extra extravagance, Albert Park has a vast range of VIP hospitality packages, each with its own unique vibe.

general admission ticket price

4-day General Admission

4-day Grandstand

A$455 – 690

vip ticket cost

2-day Hospitality

Prices above are approximate and don’t include fees such as booking and delivery. These prices don’t include Early Bird promotional tickets or discounted tickets for children and seniors.

Where to buy Australian F1 Tickets?

Motorsport Tickets

Previously known to their loyal customer base as BookF1 (and Motorsport Live) this UK based ticket provider are known for great customer service and going the extra mile to give buyers more value.

Loyalty Scheme
Price Match Promise
Optional Insurance
Choose your seats*
Free subscription with every order

Secure, tracked delivery. E-tickets available for some events.
Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Maestro & Paypal.


Gootickets is a well established ticket seller with offices in Monaco and Barcelona. They offer a simple no-frills experience with good availability and often the lowest priced tickets.

Pay in installments
Optional Insurance
Choose your seats*

Secure delivery via DHL. Pickup or e-tickets available for some events.
Mastercard, Visa, American Express & bank transfers.

P1 Travel

P1 Travel has years of experience in sports ticketing. In operation since 2008 they are now one of Europe’s biggest sports travel agencies. P1 Travel is an official F1 ticket supplier for most Grand Prix.

The event guarantee covers you in case of cancellation
Well-established sports ticket provider
Guaranteed to be seated together

E-tickets via email for most events. Delivery by post for physical tickets.
MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Carte Bancaire, iDeal, Klarna and PayPal.

*Looking for specific seats? If you have favourite seats in a grandstand you can simply ask at or after checkout and if they’re available, they’re yours.

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Tickets you’re looking for sold out? Try buying from other fans at leading reseller site, Stubhub.

Australian Grand Prix tickets FAQ

Are children's tickets available for the Australian GP?
Yes. Children between 2 and 14 can enter grandstands on a junior ticket and access general admission areas for free on Thursday and Friday with an adult ticket holder.
Are single day tickets available for the Australian Grand Prix?
Yes. Most tickets are sold as a 4 day package from Thursday to Sunday but some are sold individually.
Are multi day tickets available?
Yes. In Australia most tickets allow access on 4 days from Thursday to Sunday.
Is it possible to buy tickets at the venue?
No. Australian Grand Prix ticketing is now fully digital and there will not be a box office at the gates.
Can I access general admission areas with a grandstand ticket?
Yes. Fans with a grandstand ticket can freely enter all general admission areas too. There is no need to buy a seperate Park Pass ticket.
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