Ultimate guide to AusGP tickets

Valtteri Bottas celebrates victory on the podium at the AusGP 2019

Fans of all ages have no shortage of options when it comes to choosing tickets for the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2020.

From the many Grandstand options, to AusGP Park Pass (general admission) and hospitality suites, all fans are covered at the season-opening F1® event.

Need help selecting the right fit for you? You’ve come to the right place.

The Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2020 takes place across four days, from 12-15 March, at Melbourne’s iconic Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit.

Fans can choose how many days they want to see the action, with four-day, two-day and single-day options all available.

All tickets give patrons access to AusGP Sessions presented by Fox FM, too.

The likes of Peking Duk (DJ set), Client Liaison and Bag Raiders (DJ set) will provide the soundtrack in M-Lane, which brings the best of food, art and live entertainment together in one place.

Please note, availability for all options below is as of Tuesday 10 February 2020.


For true fans that want the best way to watch all the turbocharged action unfold, a Grandstand option is the way to go.

There are a host of stands around the track, providing incredible views and shelter for fans.

Sit on the Walker Straight or near crucial turns and sit back, relax and enjoy the incredible spectacle that is Formula 1® racing.

Allocation exhausted

Sunday – ALL Grandstands 
Saturday – Brabham, Schumacher, Webber
Two-day – ALL Grandstands 
Four-day – ALL Grandstands 
Three Champions - ALL Grandstands

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Saturday – Ricciardo Premium $340* ADULT, Fangio $260* ADULT, Waite $170* ADULT
Friday – Jones $89* ADULT, Clark $89* ADULT

AusGP Park Pass

General Admission was reinvented as AusGP Park Pass in 2019 and it proved a hit with fans.

AusGP Park Pass offers an affordable opportunity for fans to experience all the on-track and off-track entertainment the event has to offer.

Melbourne hosts some of the best viewing spots on the Formula 1® season calendar for AusGP Park Pass holders, including the famous Brocky’s Hill.

AusGP Park Pass prices start from as low as $35 for adults, while kids 14 and under go FREE*, creating great value for a family day out.

An AusGP Park Pass also gives you access to Melbourne Walk and all the entertainment at M-Lane.

Whether its affordability, music and entertainment or roaming around the circuit to catch the Formula 1® action, the AusGP Park Pass has you covered.

Park Pass options

Thursday $35* ADULT
Friday $45* ADULT
Saturday $85* ADULT
Sunday $99* ADULT
4-Day Pass $185* ADULT

Club 15

Already purchased an AusGP Park Pass? Treat yourself to an upgraded experience at Club 15, located at the penultimate corner of the circuit. A big hit in recent years, Club 15 is the hottest place in town throughout the event as the drivers slam their foot on the brake one last time before they rocket back down Walker Straight.

To upgrade your AusGP Park Pass with Club 15 access for Friday or Saturday, click here.


Spectacular views, exclusive access to Pit Lane and a superior racing experience are all yours when you choose from the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2020’s range of hospitality suites.

A hospitality suite is where the famous and fabulous do F1® – it’s the perfect setting to soak up the electric atmosphere, celebrate with friends and watch the stars both on and off track.

Hospitality availability is limited, with Grandstand availability on Sunday now sold out, remaining tickets are selling fast.

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Marriott Bonvoy Lounge
Torque Bar
Parc Chalet Presented By The Emerson
The Park

*Prices quoted based on cash purchase from Ticketmaster outlets. Tickets purchased by other means attract additional payment processing, handling, delivery and transaction fees. Click here for a summary of applicable fees and charges. Conditions apply. Click here for 2020 Attendance Conditions.

^Infants up to two (2) years of age are permitted to access all Grandstands free of charge if they sit on a parent or guardian's lap. Children between 2-14 years of age, or who are unable to sit on a parent or guardian's lap, require a purchased Child Grandstand ticket for them to occupy.

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