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TRAVELING TO AUSTRALIA FOR THE 2024 AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX? MAKE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE OFFICIAL FAN ZONES THROUGHOUT ALBERT PARK CIRCUIT

Known as one of the most popular races for the fans, the Australian Grand Prix has a variety of things to do when there are no cars on track. Like many other tracks, the AusGP will have their own entertainment schedule featuring numerous activities for fans to enjoy.

The F1 Fan Zone is where race goers can find and purchase merchandise, food and drink. It is also the area in which there are car displays and different brand activations.

F1 Central is where fans can watch the partner activations as well as the interactive displays. Currently there is no official schedule or timeline released for this.

The renowned Melbourne Walk is the ultimate place to get up close and personal with your favorite F1 personnel. If you are looking to meet a driver and get a driver autograph, this is the place to be!

Date and time: TBC

Cost: Free

Legends Lane is a must see for all fans visiting the Albert Park Circuit. There are a variety of vintage vehicles that teach avid motorsport fans about the history of racing. There are also numerous food and drink options available.

M Lane is the best place to situate yourself for post-race entertainment. Although the concert lineups have yet to be announced, this is where you can see live art displays, hear local talent and indulge in many different refreshment options. 

Please be aware that as of January 2024, race organizers have announced that there will be no track access for fans after the Grand Prix Race.

Family Zone

The Australian Grand Prix family zone will be powered by DC Super Heroes and transformed into the Pit Stop Park. To celebrate 85 years of DC's BATMAN, fans can expect a Gotham City climbing wall, a giant BATMAN slide, and even Melbourne's own 1966 Batmobile replica.

There will also be obstacle courses, craft and play stations, roving DC characters and much more!

Limited Park Pass tickets remain for the Thursday and Friday of the race weekend.

Cost: $45

Kids under 14 are able to attend for free with a paying adult. For more information, make sure to check the full announcement here.


Be sure to check out the official Australian Grand Prix website for more information.

Looking for more on the Australian Grand Prix?

If you're attending the Australian GP now or in the future, we highly recommend starting with our "Know Before You Go" discussion for all the insider tips and tricks you need to maximize your experience.

When you're finished, join the lively Grand Prix Travel community on FanAmp and Reddit to interact with fellow motorsports enthusiasts, ask questions, and gather valuable insights. There are even meetups at races around the world so you can spend time with new and old friends over food and drink.‍

Looking for tickets to the Australian Grand Prix? We’ve partnered with P1 Travel to make your dream a reality. Head over to their site and get yours before they sell out!

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