AusGP Island Pass guide: Best viewing spots for MotoGP™ action

The all-new AusGP Island Pass replaces General Admission at the Pramac Generac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2019.

AusGP Island Pass holders can roam the iconic Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit and take in all the action from a variety of vantage points.

With several viewing mounds around the circuit, fans can position themselves on Gardner Straight or some of the track’s famous turns as the likes of Marc Marquez, Valentino Rossi, Andrea Dovizioso and local Jack Miller battle it out for glory.

AusGP Island Pass tickets start from $45* for adults, while a three-day pass costs $170*.

Plus, kids 14 and under go FREE* with any Adult AusGP Island Pass holder, making it even more affordable to bring the whole family.

Read on for our guide to the best AusGP Island Pass viewing spots.


This viewing mound always proves popular, with fans keen to watch their heroes charge down Gardner Straight before entering Turn 1, particularly with the overtakes coming on a regular basis.


A large area situated around Turn 2, this area also provides an excellent view as the best motorcycle riders in the world approach Turn 3 and is positioned near the famous Bass Strait.


Placed around Turn 3, this mound provides an intriguing vantage point as riders brake in preparation for a challenging hairpin on Turn 4.


Regarded by many as the best viewing area of the iconic Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, the viewing mound here provides views of Turn 4, 5 and then Siberia’s sweeping Turn 6. This is a tight section of the track but Turn 4 provides overtaking opportunities.


Turns 9 and 10 are arguably the most difficult for riders, even if Jack Miller describes Lukey Heights as having “one of the nicest corners on the calendar”. Turn 9 is uphill before competitors go on a steep descent into Turn 10 and this mound places fans in the heart of the action. The exit of Turn 10 is also a battle and as a result, overtakes are popular.


Fans also flock to this area to get a glimpse of riders on Turn 11, often popular for overtakes, before they hit Turn 12, the final turn of the 4.45km-long circuit and head down the iconic Gardner Straight before disappearing over the horizon.


The Clubhouse is a fan favourite. Catch up with mates and kick back with a cash bar, live music, and indoor and outdoor facilities, all while you watch the world’s best riders take machine and talent to the edge.

Upgrade your AusGP Island Pass to The Clubhouse from just $30 per person on Friday to $99 for Sunday. Flexible two-day and three-day passes are also available to purchase online.

Click below to purchase your AusGP Park Pass tickets or view a range of other Pramac Generac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2019 packages, including Grandstand seats and VIP Hospitality packages.

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