The following information is for all patrons attending the Formula 1® 2018 Rolex Australian Grand Prix.

Tickets can be bought from Gates 2, 5, 8 and 10 from 10.15am-7.00pm on Thursday-Saturday, and 10.15am-6.00pm on Sunday.

Gate Entry

Gate 1 - Canterbury Road, Middle Park 

Corporate and Grandstand ticket holders only. General Admission ticket holders are not permitted access at Gate 1. Gate 2 is the closest General Admission gate.

  • Overpass to infield (Paddock Club, The Lounge, F1® Fan Zone, F1® Central, M-Lane)
  • Light Rail GP Express Stop
  • Fangio, Brabham, Webber, Senna, Jones and Moss Grandstands
  • GP Advantage Bar
  • Legends Lane
  • Taxi and Ride Share Ranks
  • Opening times:
    • Thursday: 10.00-20.00*
    • Friday: 9.00-20.00*
    • Saturday: 10.15-20.00*
    • Sunday: 10.00-20.00*

*Subject to finalisation of track schedule.

Gate 2 - Canterbury Road, Albert Park 

  • Light Rail GP Express Stop
  • Corporate Platform Turns 3 & 4
  • Overpass to infield  (Paddock Club, The Lounge, F1® Fan Zone, F1® Central, M-Lane)
  • Accessible viewing platform
  • Ricciardo Premium and Piquet Premium Grandstands
  • Industry and Innovation Precinct
  • Taxi and Ride Share Ranks
  • Ticket sales available
  • Opening times:
    • Thursday: 10.00-20.00*
    • Friday: 9.00-20.00*
    • Saturday: 10.15-20.00*
    • Sunday: 10.00-20.00*

*Subject to finalisation of track schedule.

Gate 3 - MSAC, Albert Road  

  • Clarendon St GP Express Tram Stop
  • Piquet Premium Grandstand
  • Taxi and Ride Share Ranks
  • Opening times:
    • Thursday: 10.00-20.00*
    • Friday: 9.00-20.00*
    • Saturday: 10.15-20.00*
    • Sunday: 10.00-20.00*

*Subject to finalisation of track schedule.

Gate 5 - Albert Road-Kings Way intersection 

  • St Kilda Road GP Express Tram Stop (Domain Interchange)
  • The Golf Course
  • Brocky’s Hill
  • Kids’ Corner
  • Clark Grandstand
  • Taxi and Ride Share Ranks
  • Opening times:
    • Thursday: 10.00-20.00*
    • Friday: 9.00-20.00*
    • Saturday: 10.15-20.00*
    • Sunday: 10.00-20.00*

*Subject to finalisation of track schedule.

Gate 8 - Queens Road-Roy Street intersection  

  • St Kilda Road GP Express Tram Stop
  • Taxi Rank (on St Kilda Rd)
  • The Golf Course
  • Kids’ Corner
  • Brocky’s Hill
  • Clark and Waite Grandstands
  • Access to gate via Roy Street overpass (not wheelchair accessible)
  • Ticket sales available
  • Opening times:
    • Thursday: 10.00-20.00*
    • Friday: 9.00-20.00*
    • Saturday: 10.15-20.00*
    • Sunday: 10.00-20.00*

*Subject to finalisation of track schedule.

Gate 9 - Queens Road-Lorne Street intersection  

  • Greenfields Albert Park corporate facility
  • The Park corporate facility
  • Access for patrons in wheelchairs and prams only
  • Opening times:
    • Thursday: 10.00-20.00*
    • Friday: 9.00-20.00*
    • Saturday: 10.15-20.00*
    • Sunday: 10.00-20.00*

*Subject to finalisation of track schedule.

Gate 10 - Fitzroy Street  

  • St Kilda Road GP Express Tram Stop
  • Schumacher, Prost and Senna Grandstands
  • Access to Club 15
  • Overpass to infield (Paddock Club, The Lounge, F1® Fan Zone, F1® Central, M-Lane)
  • Taxi and Ride Share Ranks
  • Ticket sales available
  • Opening times:
    • Thursday: 10.00-20.00*
    • Friday: 9.00-20.00*
    • Saturday: 10.15-20.00*
    • Sunday: 10.00-20.00*

*Subject to finalisation of track schedule.

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