You may wish to consider the following for planning your race weekend travel to Albert Park Circuit:
Parking is not permitted close to the circuit during race time and so driving is not advisable. If you do need to travel by car, park in the city or suburbs and use public transport to get to the circuit.
A range of bus services take you close to the circuit or into the city centre to take the tram.
If you are travelling from Melbourne Airport, the Skybus leaves from the T2 Arrivals Bus Stop to Collins St in Melbourne, every 5 minutes. The journey time is 20 minutes and will cost you approximately £9. You can then catch the Tram (line 12) to Carter St/Mills St close to the circuit, for about £2. The tram journey usually takes 13 minutes.
If you are arriving by Metropolitan or Regional train services then take a train to Southern Cross or Flinders Street stations and change to the free tram service.
A free tram service runs from both Southern Cross station and Flinders Street station straight to the park. Each tram stops at different circuit entrance gates, so check your ticket for the easiest access to your viewing area.
Alternatively, the circuit can be reached on foot from South Yarra station (30 minute walk to Gate 8) and Prahran station (15 minute walk to Gate 9).
Taxi services run to and from gates 1, 2, 4, 8, and 10. The taxi ranks also include spaces for limousines.
If you are travelling from Melbourne Airport, a taxi journey to the track takes approximately 20 minutes and should cost about £32.
The closest airport to Albert Park circuit is Melbourne Airport, located about 30 miles away.
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