Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix 2015 – A Must Visit for Fans Travelling to Melbourne

grand-prixWhere: Melbourne

Dates: 12 to 15 March 2015

If you have already explored the best of Melbourne, here is what you should be exploring now. Melbourne welcomes its visitors to enjoy the four entertainment-packed days. Grand Prix lovers, who are booking tickets on flights to Melbourne in the month of March to enjoy the race, are sure to be amazed with the experience. Here is a quick peek at the schedule.

12th March – Behind the Scenes

Every true motorsport fan waits for this day. On this day, fans can get up close to all their favourite Formula 1 drivers. Visitors are also allowed free access to the Autograph Stage. Watch the first day of action that is packed with Practice and Qualifying for all support categories on track.

13th March – The Supercars

Thirteenth March is all about adrenalin-pumping experiences. Watch the Supercars perform the hair-raising stunts, watch the drivers hustle for pole position in Formula 1 Qualifying – it is one of a kind experience. Whether you are with friends or family, make sure you are in the entertainment zones to get the best of all the thrills and breathtaking stunts.

14th March – Action All Areas

One of the most thrilling parts of the event, Formula 1 Qualifying is must watch. The experience of watching the world class drivers compete is breathtaking. The day does not end here; continue to explore the live music and death-defying stunts in the entertainment zones around the venue.

15th March – Race Day

The final and the most important day of the event: Race Day.  If you are not rushed by the adrenaline, you might get overwhelmed by the kind of atmosphere, the crazy crowd will make. Watch the exciting race, cheer for your favourite driver and shout with the crowd – there is no other option than to have absolute fun!

How to Get Here

Travellers who are booking tickets aboard flights to Australia will be delighted to know that the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix 2015 venue is easily accessible through a number of Melbourne’s transport network including trains and buses. It is important to know that there is no public parking at the circuit. Limousine, helicopter and other services are available for the visitors. Visitors can contact 1800 800 007 for up-to-the-minute train, tram and bus timings.