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GRANDSTAND AND GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET ENQUIRIES

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GENERAL ENQUIRIES

Australian Grand Prix Corporation
PO Box 577
South Melbourne VIC 3205 Australia
Tel: + 61 (03) 9258 7100
Fax: + 61 (03) 9510 7285
Email: enquiries@grandprix.com.au

CORPORATE HOSPITALITY

Australian Grand Prix Corporation
PO Box 577
South Melbourne VIC 3205 Australia
Tel: + 61 (03) 9258 7166
Fax: + 61 (03) 9533 9082
Email: corporate@grandprix.com.au

TRAVEL PACKAGES

Grand Prix Travel® (ticket and accommodation packages, flight options also available)
Tel: 1300 300 701 (within Australia) or +61 (03) 9676 2144
Fax: +61 (03) 9645 6985
Email: gpt@grandprix.com.au

MEDIA ENQUIRIES

Australian Grand Prix Corporation
Tel: +61 (03) 9258 7100
For all media-related enquiries, please contact Division Manager – Corporate Affairs and Communications, Haydn Lane: Haydn.Lane@grandprix.com.au.

EVENT ACCREDITATION

Australian Grand Prix Corporation
Tel: + 61 (03) 9258 7100
Email: accreditation@grandprix.com.au

EMPLOYMENT

For information on employment at the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, please click here.

TENDERS

For information on current tenders, please click here.

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