Melbourne F1 2024: Dates, tickets, calendar for next Australian Grand Prix

Melbourne F1 2024: Dates, tickets, calendar for next Australian Grand Prix

After record crowds flocked to Melbourne for this year’s Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix, the dates for the 2024 spectacle have been announced.

F1 organisers have released the calendar for next year’s championship, with Albert Park set to host the third race of the season.

The Sporting News has all the key dates and details for the 2024 event.

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Melbourne F1: Dates, schedule announced for Australian Grand Prix 2024

As part of the newly-released 2024 calendar, it has been confirmed that Albert Park will host the F1 Australian Grand Prix from March 21-24.

It is expected to take place over a standard race weekend format, with qualifying on Saturday and the race on Sunday.

The event won’t be going anywhere soon, either, with a contract currently in place that will see F1 held in Melbourne until at least the end of 2037.

Next year’s spectacle will also continue to feature F2 and F3 action, with both racing championships making their Australian debut in 2023.

Melbourne F1: Tickets, release date, prices for F1 Australian Grand Prix 2024

Tickets are currently on sale for next year’s Australian Grand Prix, with the bulk of the weekend already sold out.

Access23 subscribers had access to a pre-sale on August 24, with tickets opening to the general public on August 29.

There was also a pre-sale on August 28 for those fans who registered their interest earlier in the year.

Like past Grands Prix, next year’s event includes general admission (Park Pass), grandstand and hospitality ticketing options.

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More details and prices are below.

Melbourne F1: Ticket release dates

Access23 Pre-Sale August 24, 2023 Register Fan Pre-Sale August 28, 2023 General Public On-Sale August 29, 2023

Melbourne F1: Ticket prices and categories

Park Pass

Pass Adult Concession Junior Thu-Sun $279 $195 $20 Sunday $149 $105 $15 Saturday $119 $83 $10 Friday $79 $55 $0 Thursday $45 $32 $0


Grandstand 4-day 2-day Sun Sat Fri Brabham Grandstand $690 $595 $525 $365 $115 Button Grandstand $455 $395 $350 $245 $115 Clark Grandstand $455 $395 $350 $245 $115 Fangio Grandstand $580 $495 $445 $310 $115 Hill Grandstand $580 $495 $445 $310 $115 Jones Grandstand $690 $595 $525 $365 $115 Lauda Grandstand $485 $420 $375 $260 $115 Moss Grandstand $485 $420 $375 $260 $115 Prost Grandstand $580 $495 $445 $310 $115 Ricciardo Grandstand $580 $495 $445 $310 $115 Schumacher Grandstand $485 $420 $375 $260 $115 Senna Grandstand $485 $420 $375 $260 $115 Stewart Grandstand $485 $420 $375 $260 $115 Vettel Grandstand $485 $420 $375 $260 $115 Waite Grandstand $455 $395 $350 $245 $115 Webber Grandstand $455 $395 $350 $245 $115


Multiple hospitality experiences are on offer at Albert Park.

‘The Park’ offers the cheapest ticket at $2,195, while the ‘Red Bull Energy Station’ tops the pricing chart at $6,550.

More details can be found here.

Melbourne F1 location: Albert Park to host Australian Grand Prix again

The Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne, Victoria will again host the Australian Grand Prix in 2024.

A temporary street circuit, it is conveniently located just south of the city’s CBD.

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It has notably undergone a number of renovations in recent years.

Ahead of the 2022 race, seven corners were adjusted – with two removed entirely – in an effort to enable more overtaking opportunities and promote faster and more competitive racing.

The chicane at Turns 9 and 10 was also removed, with these changes set to remain long-term.

Formula 1 schedule 2024

F1 have released a 24-race calendar for the 2024 season, set to take place between March and December next year.

The action will kick off in Bahrain and finish in Abu Dhabi.

With a focus on greater calendar regionalisation to help the sport to cut down on CO2 emissions and meet its own sustainability strategy goals, a number of races have been moved to new slots – most notably the Japanese, Azerbaijan and Qatar Grands Prix.

The 2024 calendar will also see the opening two races in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia take place on a Saturday as opposed to the traditional Sunday slot.

Date Grand Prix Venue March 2 Bahrain Sakir March 9 Saudi Arabia Jeddah March 24 Australia Melbourne April 7 Japan Suzuka April 21 China Shanghai May 5 Miami Int. Autodrome May 19 Emilia Romagna Imola May 26 Monaco Monaco June 9 Canada Montreal June 23 Spain Barcelona June 30 Austria Spielberg July 7 UK Silverstone July 21 Hungary Budapest July 28 Belgium Spa August 25 Netherlands Zandvoort September 1 Italy Monza September 15 Azerbaijan Baku September 22 Singapore Singapore October 20 USA Austin November 3 Brazil Sao Paulo November 23 Las Vegas Las Vegas Street Circuit December 1 Qatar Lusail December 8 Abu Dhabi Yas Marina

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