Become an instant legend in your household by taking the family to a world-class sporting event. Here are the top ways you and your kids can enjoy F1® .
Kids 14 years and under get GA access for Free*
Put your purse in pole position. In 2016, we’ve lifted the age of free General Admission entry from 12 years to 14 years. Now kids, or should we say tweens, can go to the race for free*.
Disney and Star Wars land in Albert Park
Disney brings their magic kingdom to Albert Park with Star Wars and Pixar Cars. You won’t need to use any Jedi mind tricks to convince the kids to see this.
Let the kids drive a Porsche
Kids can learn road safety fundamentals by driving Porsche pedal cars on a purpose-built track. Enrol early to avoid disappointment.
Little ones love the tram – and now it’s FREE. Every 2016 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix ticket comes with a free tram ride from the Melbourne CBD to Albert Park.
FMX flips and tricks
Children of all ages will be impressed by the world’s bravest Freestyle Motocross Riders as they compete three times a day, over four days as part of The Australian FMX in the Action Zone.
No Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix would be complete without aerial displays from RAAF including Roulettes, RAAF Boeing C-17 Globemaster and the RAAF Jets. If you want more engineering feats of brilliance to impress the little ones, all you have to do is look up.
Skills and thrills
The kids’ jaws will drop when they see the insane stunts at The Big Air Show. DJs will provide a live soundtrack at this event.
Interact with a giant helmet
A giant helmet filled with knowledge. Yes, you read correctly. Walk around an interactive giant helmet and discover all the latest technology and innovation behind F1 racing with the A-Z of F1®.
Driving Learning (Schools Program)
The Australian Grand Prix Corporation is thrilled to be inspiring the next generation with its education program, Driving Learning.
There are huge career prospects in the fields of science, mathematics, engineering and technology (STEM), the Driving Learning program at the 2016 Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix strives to get students excited about the different professional opportunities available once having studied these subjects.
Industry and Innovation Precinct
This precinct will showcase leading technology and innovation from Victorian companies. Exhibitors will offer patrons first-hand knowledge of current innovation and technology. It’s a great area for teenagers/students starting to think of potential career paths and the subject streams they want to take up in high school.
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