Grand Prix Travel®

Make the Grand Prix a weekend to remember with a travel package through Grand Prix Travel, Australia’s premier Formula 1® travel specialist.

The extensive range of packages makes getting to the track easy, with options to suit every taste and budget. Grand Prix Travel® GP Advantage packages include*:

  • Comprehensive range of hotel and apartment options, city and trackside
  • Entry to the Grand Prix Travel® Weekend Preview
  • 2016 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix ticket (if required)
  • Souvenir merchandise
  • 24/7 emergency contacts in Melbourne and trackside support

Grand Prix Travel® Weekend Preview

Join us at this exclusive one hour event for an 'up close' experience with key motorsport personalities. The Weekend Preview takes place on the circuit at the picturesque Carousel.

Our 2015 event was hosted by motor racing commentator Greg Rust and featured a brilliant line up of guests. In addition to offering an insight to the world of motorsport, our guests provided a full preview of the weekend racing. Time was also be allocated to queries from our audience, providing a rare opportunity to have questions answered straight from people in the know.

*Prices quoted for the purchase of packages made through Grand Prix Travel will attract additional booking, payment processing and transaction fees, click here for details.

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