We’ve pulled together some information based on common questions we receive, to help F1 fans attending the Australian F1 Grand Prix at Albert Park. If you have any top tips to help fellow fans, please let us know.
- Trains – If you are using the Metropolitan or Regional, take a train to Southern Cross or Flinders Street stations and then use the free tram service.There is a FREE tram service runs from Southern Cross station and Flinders Street station straight to the park. Each tram stops at different circuit entrance gates, so you will need to check what stop is best for your ticket.You can walk to the the circuit from South Yarra station, which is 30 minute by foot to Gate 8 and Prahran station which is 15 minute by foot to Gate 9.
- Parking – There is no parking close to the circuit.
- Bicycle – Cycle stands are available at gates 1, 2, 3, 5, and 10.
- Taxi – Services are available to and from gates 1, 2, 4, 8, and 10.
- Airport – Melbourne Airport (IATA Code – MEL)
- Main Coach Station – Southern Cross Station
Albert Park Circuit Information
Address – Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia
Circuit length – 3.29 Miles
Capacity – 80,000
Number of turns – 16
2018 Race Summary
Australian, Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit results for 2018
1st – #5 Vettel Ferrari
2nd – #44 Hamilton Mercedes
3rd – #7 Räikkönen Ferrari
4th – #3 Ricciardo Red Bull
5th – #14 Alonso McLaren
UK TV Coverage of the Australian Grand Prix
The following times are GMT+0:
The Australian F1 Grand Prix starts at 16:10 local time and 06:10 UK time. Sky Sports have exclusive rights to the Australian Grand Prix for UK viewers. Channel 4 will not be covering the race or providing highlights on TV.
Last minute tickets for the Australian F1 Grand Prix
If you looking for some last minute tickets to the Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park Circuit, Melbourne you could give the following sites a try. Although not official resellers these sites provide a safe area to buy or exchange tickets.