Tickets are now available for the 2024 Australian Grand Prix. Following a record-breaking crowd in 2023, Formula 1 returns to Albert Park on March 21-24, 2024.
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Tickets are now on sale for the 2024 Australian Grand Prix. Formula 1 returns to Albert Park for the 27th running of the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne from March 21-24, 2024.
Tickets have been in high demand for the 2024 Australian Grand Prix already, with the official seller exhausting their allocation of race day tickets within just two hours of them being available to the general public. We recommend securing your tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment!
Much like last year, tickets sold fast when placed on pre-sale for Access23 members on August 24. The Access23 program, for which a base token cost $199 AUD, allowed fans access to a four-day pre-sale event for 2024 Australian Grand Prix tickets. Tickets went on sale to the general public on August 29 and soon sold out.
A select number of grandstand seats and park passes are now available in our ticket shop, courtesy of our trusted ticket partners GPT (Grand Prix Tickets).
4 day park passes (general admission) are priced at under €200. The cheapest 4-day grandstand tickets can be found in the Clark, Webber, Waite and Button grandstands, while the Fangio, Prost and Piquet viewing areas are the most expensive.
Learn more about the best grandstands and viewing areas at Albert Park in our detailed guide to buying tickets for the Australian Grand Prix.
2024 Australian Grand Prix Ticket Packages
Ticket packages for the 2024 Australian Grand Prix from F1 Experiences, Formula 1’s official ticket package partner, are also now available.
As well as featuring inclusive hospitality options, ticket packages from F1 Experiences feature other exclusive perks, like paddock and pit lane tours and appearance by well-known stars of Formula 1. Check out the full range of packages here.
Another record-breaking Australian Grand Prix weekend?
Australian Grand Prix organisers are expecting demand for tickets for the 2024 Australian Grand Prix to “far outweigh supply”. The 2023 Australian Grand Prix continued a trend of record-breaking attendances at Albert Park.
Having had an official 4-day attendance figure of just under 420,000 in 2022, the 2023 figure rose by over 20,000 to 444,000. With over 130,000 fans packed into the circuit on race day alone, it was the best-attended weekend sporting event in Melbourne’s history.
In 2023, to cater for the expected demand, 5,000 additional grandstand seats were available for the 2023 Australian Grand Prix than in 2022. The 16 grandstands at the circuit were redesigned to allow for more seating capacity.
For the first time since 2013, Australian F1 fans could have two home drivers to cheer on at the 2024 Australian Grand Prix. Oscar Piastri has impressed so far in his maiden F1 season with McLaren, narrowly missing out on podium finishes and front row starts. Piastri replaced Daniel Ricciardo at McLaren in 2023 – but Ricciardo has since returned to the grid with AlphaTauri. It seems likely that Ricciardo will retain his place on the grid in 2024, with one eye on a top seat at Red Bull in 2025.
A full support race package
As always at the Australian Grand Prix, fans will benefit from a packed support race programme in 2024. The popular Supercars championship is expected to race at Albert Park across the Formula 1 weekend and Formula 2 and Formula 3 will race on Australian Grand Prix weekend once more having made a successful debut at the event in 2023.
The 2023 Australian Grand Prix support programme also included the Porsche Carrera Cup. The full support schedule for 2024 is yet to be announced.
The 2024 Australian Grand Prix will be the second under the new contract signed between Formula 1 and Australian Grand Prix organisers. The signing of the new deal in June 2022 meant that Albert Park was contracted to remain on the calendar until at least 2035. Just six months later, that deal was extended by a further two years, through to 2037.
The Australian Grand Prix will return to the season-opening slot on the schedule in five of the next 12 seasons; the first of which could be as early as 2025.