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MotoGP Australia Tickets & Packages 2024

18 - 20 October 2024

The very first motorcycle races in Australia took place in the 1930s on Phillip Island, just off the coast of Melbourne in the southern territory of Victoria.

Phillip Island hosted the Australian Grand Prix in the early 1990s and today remains the venue for the thrilling MotoGP event.

The track is 4.4 kilometres in length, one of the shortest on the Championship circuit, with the longest straight at 900 metres. The Gardner straight is named after iconic Australian racer, coach, engineer and team manager, Frank Gardner, who was inducted into the Australian Motor Sport Hall of Fame in 2017.

Phillip Island attracts millions of visitors each year. Its rugged coastline, incredible natural scenery and plethora of wildlife makes it a real gem in the greater Melbourne area. When purchasing your MotoGP Australia travel package, make sure to include some down time to explore the island, before making the most of the motorsport on display. Contact us today to get your hands on tickets for the Australian MotoGP.

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