Six tips for kids to get the most out of their AusGP experience

In addition to the incredible on-track activity, there are a host of pop-ups and exhibitions across the Albert Park precinct that will keep kids entertained.

Read on for our top six tips!

Porsche Track Kids Experience (Kids’ Corner)

Returning again in 2020, the popular Porsche Kids Track Experience is where junior fans get behind the wheel of Porsche pedal cars on a purpose-built track.

Children between the height of 120-145cm tall are eligible to participate in the experience, consisting of both theory and driving activity.

Kids will be introduced to Porsche and the concept of driver training in a fun and social environment and will receive their very own Porsche Kids Track Experience safe driving licence at the completion of their session.

The Porsche Kids Track Experience runs over all four days at the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit, during the below times:

  • Thursday 12 March: 10:30am-4:30pm
  • Friday 13 March: 10:00am-5:00pm
  • Saturday 14 March: 10:30am-5:00pm
  • Sunday 15 March: 10:30am-3:00pm
Warner Bros. Zone (Kids’ Corner)

The Justice League Interactive Zone will be a popular attraction each day, with a range of options for children.

In the Batman activation, help find where the escaped villains from Arkham are hiding - kids will play a game in two to six people, taking turns trying to find out which doors are hiding his famous foes.

Don’t miss The Flash Reflex tester - can you beat the fastest man on earth?

The Cyborg Station is a tech hub with iPads and digital content to play, including the latest Justice League games and episodes.

Do you have the skills to stand toe to toe with Wonder Woman? Test your skills in the lasso challenge.

Kids can also fly like the Man of Steel at the Superman Flight photo opportunity and can colour in and create Superhero characters at Character Craft.

Scooby-Doo and Batman will be roaming around the kids corner, too, from 11:00am-2:00pm on each of the four event days, and the Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine will be on site for photo opportunities.

Springfree Trampolines (Kids’ Corner)

Looking for an experience that will put a spring in your step?

Make sure you take advantage of the best and safest trampolines in Australia! 

The Springfree Trampoline showcase in Kids’ Corner will leave you jumping for joy.

Melbourne City Football Club (Kids’ Corner)

Get ready to put on your boots and take on the Melbourne City Football Club’s obstacle course and dribble track, inspired by the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit.

Enjoy a kick with your friends at this special activation.

Grand Prix Motor Show (Champions’ Gateway)

Do your kids like cars?

Cars from Porsche, Ferrari, Renault and Alfa Romeo will be on display. Don’t miss the F1® historic car display, either.

Land Rover Mini Defenders (Legends Lane)

We invite adventurous youngsters to get behind the wheel of our mini electric Defenders!

To prepare you for the imminent arrival of the new Defender, scan the exclusive QR code we have on display to bring this car to life via Augmented Reality - and customise your very own!

One more thing …

The Versor Innovation & Tech Hub is certainly worth a visit, with patrons able to test their gaming skills at the E-Grand Prix or check out the GOAT Virtual Reality advanced simulators.

Find out more about the Versor Innovation & Tech Hub by clicking here.

For more information on transport, health and safety, food and drink, and entertainment, click here.

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