Australian Grand Prix
The Australian Grand Prix is a four-day festival of speed, thrills and glamour. The Australian Grand Prix is an official part of the annual Formula One championship season and is held annually at Albert Park in Melbourne. This great four day event includes a wide range of entertainment which includes V8 Supercaps, V8 Utes, Qantas Jet Flyover and a BMW Celebrity Challenge.
Australia first became part of the F1 World Championship in 1985, the last race of the season was held on a notorious street circuit in Adelaide. It wasn't until late 1993 when it was announced the race would be moved to Albert Park in Melbourne. This popular televised event was attended by approximately 301,500 people in 2006.
There are a number of accommodation and ticket packages available during the Grand Prix.