Single-day VIP Hospitality tickets now on sale for Australian GP

With less than 50 days to go until the Pramac Generac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2019, and the release of single-day VIP Hospitality tickets being announced today, there is no better time for fans to experience life on the edge. 

Single-day VIP Hospitality tickets are now available across selected offerings, including Pit Roof Village Gold, Gardner Club and High Octane, putting fans ahead of the pack at the MotoGP™ event at Phillip Island.

With plenty of options to travel to and from Phillip Island available, there is no excuse to miss Australia’s largest motorcycling event, where the stage is always spectacular, and the storyline is never the same.

For those looking to be driven straight to the track and back again, there will be over 140 Catch a Coach trips available from Thursday through to Sunday. Catch a Coach pick-ups will take place daily from Southern Cross Station, and from Cranbourne and Monash University Clayton for Sunday trips.

The newest way to travel is the Coach ‘n’ Fly option, getting fans to Phillip Island from Melbourne CBD and back again in under 90 minutes each way. The coach will depart Southern Cross Station Coach Terminal, transferring fans to a helicopter landing site at Tyabb Airport. From there, fans will fly across Western Port Bay right into the heart of the action at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit.

Australian Grand Prix Corporation CEO, Andrew Westacott, said the release of single-day tickets, along with all the travel options available, shows just how easy it is to have a day trip to the Pramac Generac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2019. 

“The exciting release of single-day VIP tickets to the Pramac Generac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2019 opens the door for fans who are limited for time to make the trip down to the Island for the day,” he said.

“With so many different transport options available, fans can ride, drive, fly, bus, train or ferry down to the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit to witness all the action both on and off the track,” he continued. 

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