Tickets for Melbourne 2025

TicketWorld Online offers you the unique opportunity to experience the thrill of Formula 1 at the iconic Albert Park Circuit in Australia. Experience the start of the 2025 Formula 1 season on the wide straights and challenging curves of this legendary Australian circuit

This circuit is located on the streets surrounding the charming Albert Park Lake in Melbourne and challenges drivers with fast and technical turns, giving it a distinctive essence in the world of motorsport.

The Australian Grand Prix stands out not only as an elite competition but also as an event that captures the essence of Melbourne on an emblematic urban circuit. Make sure to get your tickets right now and don’t miss out on this exciting race.

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Safety Tickets


Customer service 9:00am – 8:00pm


Safety Tickets


Customer service 9:00am – 8:00pm

With the purchase of the Family Pass, 2 adults accompanied by 2 children or 1 adult accompanied by 3 children can access the event. Children are considered to be minors between 3 and 17 years old.

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Paddock Club

  • Race viewing over the team garages located on the main straight
  • Exciting pitlane Aramco F1 walk
  • Highlighted appearances by F1 drivers and ambassadors
  • Worldwide and local cuisine with live culinary performances by renowned chefs
  • Premium drink bar with a wide variety, from spirits and champagne to beer, wine, and soft drinks
  • Guided tour on a driver’s parade truck for a guided lap around the track
  • Racing simulators, live music, and local cultural experiences
  • Large screens broadcasting live from the track

VIP Lounge

  • Access to the Formula 1 Paddock Club’s Box Rooftop
  • Hosts to assist you and your guests
  • Premium tasting menu
  • Open bar including champagne, premium wine, beer, cider, soft drinks, and espresso coffee
  • Entertainment and DJs performing throughout the day
  • Live broadcast of the race

Frequent questions

The Australian Grand Prix is held at the Albert Park Circuit, a unique venue located in Melbourne. This temporary street circuit transforms the public roads surrounding Albert Park Lake into a high-speed racing track. The scenic beauty of the park, combined with the excitement of Formula 1 competition, creates a special atmosphere that attracts fans from around the world.

  1. Fangio y Moss Grandstands: strategically located in front of the start-finish line at Albert Park Circuit, these grandstands provide spectators with a privileged view of the thrilling race start and the moment the single-seaters head into the first corner. This location allows fans to experience the intensity of the start and the spectacle of the cars reaching dizzying speeds as they kick off the competition.
  2. Jones and Brabham Grandstands: provide an exciting perspective of the first corners of the Albert Park Circuit. From these seats, fans have the unique opportunity to witness the spectacle of the single-seaters tackling the first and second corners of the circuit.
  3. Clark Grandstand: provides spectators with a privileged view of one of the most technical sections of the Albert Park Circuit. From this grandstand, fans can enjoy the excitement and skill of the drivers as they tackle the chicane, a crucial point that demands skill and precision. The Clark Grandstand offers a unique experience for those seeking to witness up close the thrilling and strategic maneuvers, where the speed and skill of the drivers are put to the test.
  4. Waite Grandstand: from this location, fans can enjoy the thrilling action as the drivers tackle the fast and challenging curves that follow the chicane.
  5. Piquet Grandstand: offers the excitement of watching as the cars enter the most crucial part of the circuit and how the drivers demonstrate their skill in this technical section. The Piquet Grandstand provides a unique experience for fans looking to witness thrilling moments in this specific stretch of the circuit.
  6. Schumacher and Prost Grandstands: strategically positioned to provide you with a privileged view of the exciting final turns of the circuit, these grandstands will allow you to witness up close how drivers skillfully navigate the complexities of these technical curves before accelerating towards the main straight. Experience the thrill of speed and strategy as drivers showcase their prowess in one of the most challenging sections of the track. These grandstands offer an unparalleled experience for Formula 1 enthusiasts looking to capture the magic and difficulty of this strategic stretch of the circuit.
  7. Senna Grandstand: provides an exciting view of how the cars exit the last corner and accelerate powerfully towards the main straight. Enjoy the action at the end of the circuit. The Senna Grandstand immerses you in the excitement and speed, offering an unforgettable experience as the cars cross the finish line.

The Albert Park Circuit has a length of approximately 5.303 kilometers.

The number of laps in the Australian Grand Prix may vary according to the FIA rules and the season’s calendar. Typically, 58 laps are completed on the Albert Park circuit.

The Australian Grand Prix, which had its first edition in 1928 at the Phillip Island Circuit in Victoria, is an important part of Formula 1 history. Over the decades, this competition has evolved, moving through various locations and circuits across the country before settling at the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne since 1996.

The Australian Grand Prix has often marked the beginning of the Formula 1 season, providing thrilling starts to the global competition. From its beginnings to the present day, the Australian Grand Prix has made a significant mark on Formula 1, becoming an iconic event that blends speed and competition within a historical and cultural context.

Yes, due to the roar of the powerful engines and the high speed of the single-seaters at the Albert Park Circuit, attendees are advised to wear hearing protection, such as earplugs. This ensures a safe and comfortable experience, allowing fans to fully enjoy the event without risking their hearing health.