The Australian Grand Prix is set to once again be a groundbreaking and more importantly, a record-breaking event with Albert Park set to host hundreds of thousands of fans over the four-day event.

While the future of Australian driver Daniel Riccardo is a little bit more up in the air, young gun Oscar Piastri will race in Australia for the first time in front of his home fans in Melbourne.

For those more interested in the up-and-coming drivers, F2 and F3 are also making the trip out to Albert Park for the first time as Formula One looks to capitalise on the ever-growing fan base in down under.

The event won't just be focused on driving though with a massive music lineup to be announced in the next few weeks, while there will no doubt be plenty of fun to be had in and around Melbourne during the event.

On-sale dates and timings for 2023 tickets are as per below:

• Tuesday, November 22: Public Hospitality on sale

• Tuesday, November 22: AusGP Access members pre-sale (Pole & Elite)

• Wednesday, November 22: AusGP Access members pre-sale (Premium & Starter)

• Tuesday, November 29: Public on sale (Grandstands)

• Tuesday, December 6: Park Pass (General Admission) on sale

If you are super keen to get trackside though the best thing to do might be to join the AusGP access program before it officially closes on November 11. You can access that here.

The bad news for some is that ticket prices will be quite expensive. A four-day ticket will cost a minimum of $415 working all the way up to $625 for the Jones or Brabham Grandstand. Single day tickets on the weekend will set you back at least $225 with $340 being charged for the Bradbahm and Jones stands.

It will no doubt be a great event once again with Melbourne always putting on a great show for what is becoming one of the world's biggest sports.

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