No, tickets to enter the event must also be purchased separately.
Campground bookings are subject to weather conditions, and the Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) reserves the right to reallocate or refund camp bookings in the interest of public safety.
All campsites are allocated spaces except for the Unreserved Sites in the Trackside Campground and are to be pre-purchased before arriving at the circuit. Campers are to remain camped within their assigned space.
Each campground is allocated enough space to park a standard-size vehicle. If your vehicle is too large to fit within your campsite, you may be requested to park your vehicle in the overflow carpark. You can purchase additional vehicles at a cost when buying your campsite which will be parked in the overflow carpark.
Yes, children 14 years and under can camp and are free of charge. Children still require a wristband to be worn at all times. Child wristbands are not mailed out and can be collected from the Campground Ticketing Office upon arrival at the circuit.
For every one (1) paying Adult, you can redeem up to four (4) free children 14 years and under.
Yes, you can purchase sites side by side when securing your site online.
One vehicle is permitted entry per campground site that has been purchased, however, overflow parking is available, and additional vehicle access can be purchased when booking your campground tickets online at an additional cost of $20 per vehicle.
Only motorcycles are allowed to be parked within Trackside. Cars are not permitted to park within Trackside and are granted a 30-minute unload/load period upon arrival and departure. Vehicles must be parked in a car park located close by.
Campgrounds will open at 12 pm Thursday, 19th October 2023, for patrons to begin arriving and setting up their campsite for the event.
No queuing or camping is allowed on site prior to Thursday. With our new per-site allocation system, the site you have purchased is guaranteed. You may arrive anytime from 6 am on Thursday morning in preparation for the Campgrounds to be opened at 12 pm.
All campers must exit the campgrounds by 12pm Monday 23rd October 2023.
No, BYO Alcohol is not permitted. Alcohol is a prohibited item and will be confiscated upon arrival. Alcohol may be purchased at the venue.
No, glass is not permitted to be brought into the event (except glass jars containing 300g or under of vegemite, jams or food preservatives).
Yes, you can BYO food. Food outlets will also be positioned in both Trackside and Highside Campgrounds for patrons to purchase hot food and cold drinks.
The Champions Café at the Visitor Centre will also be opened for campers to purchase food and beverages. Access to the Visitor Centre will be via the main gate from the circuit (during event hours). When the circuit is closed, access will be available from the Trackside Campground.
Yes, you are permitted to have a fire in all campgrounds. There are limitations to the size of the fire and the locations in which they are established, please see campground attendance conditions. Firewood will be readily available for purchase at the campground.
You can bring your own BBQ or cooking apparatus however, please note the below conditions
- campfires must only be lit in either a container that properly contains the fire or in a trench that is no greater than thirty cm deep. The size of the fire will not exceed 1 metre in diameter;
- all campfires must be kept at a reasonable and manageable size, and the ground and airspace within three metres of the fire must be clear;
- an adult (over the age of eighteen years) must be in attendance at all times whilst the barbeque or campfire is alight;
- fires are not to be lit inside Tents or other structures; and
- naked flames such as candles are not permitted within Tents or other structures.
Campers can bring their own generators however subject to the below conditions:
- generators must not be operational between 10:00pm and 7:00am on any day;
- an adult (over the age of 18 years) must be in attendance at all times when a generator is being run;
- for each generator brought into the Camping Grounds by a Patron, that Patron must have at least 1 fire extinguisher;
- generators must not have a capacity greater than 5 KvA output;
- fuel for generators must be safely stored within a suitable sealed container, and not stored within a Tent. Refuelling is only permitted when the generator is turned off;
- the maximum amount of fuel permitted to be brought into the Camping Ground, in addition to the tank on the generator itself is not to exceed 20 litres per generator; and
- the ground and airspace within 500 millimetres of the generator must be clear.
The facilities at the Campground include toilets, showers, food and beverage stalls, shelter, entertainment marquees, as well as a communal barbeque area for cooking.
There are accessible amenities in the Highside North campgrounds including toilets and showers. The event accessible shuttle runs to and from the circuit to the campgrounds.
The campgrounds are largely grass paddocks that can become difficult to traverse if wet and muddy. Select sites such as the out otter rim of the Highside North Powered sites are most easily accessible as the site is adjacent to a path.
Please bring appropriate wet weather gear/attire. In severe weather conditions, your site may be relocated for your safety and experience at event. Refunds are not granted if your site is required to relocated due to safety or wet weather.
No, all campgrounds do not permit the entry of pets. Service dogs are permitted.
No, all vehicles at the event must have a relevant and valid registration to be brought into the event.
Excessive furniture that blocks or impedes the view of other patrons is not permitted.
No, cordoning off areas outside of your allocated camping spot is strictly prohibited and may result in your removal from the campgrounds.
(Refer also to the Conditions of Entry for further details)
- Uprooting or damaging any tree
- Blocking of thoroughfares
- Use of rope, bunting, temporary fencing to create segregated areas
- Depositing of litter, except in a receptacle provided for that purpose
- Behaving in any manner which would threaten the safety or enjoyment of other patrons or staff
- Damaging of any property, including the Go-Kart Track
- Riding Bikes on Go-Kart Track
Limit of one vehicle per site. All excess vehicles must be parked in overflow carpark with valid parking permit. Only motorcycles are permitted to park within Trackside, vehicles will be required to park in the overflow carpark nearby.
Patrons must be able to provide valid photo identification if asked to do so by venue staff and security
- Any unregistered vehicles (mini bikes, electric scooters etc)
- Any bicycles
- Any alcoholic beverages not purchased within the venue
- Any glass (excluding sunglasses, binoculars and prescription glasses)
- Any animal (other than a guide dog)
- Any weapons
- Any electronic devices which may interfere with communications or broadcasting signals
- Any advertising banner, sign, poster or any promotional material marked on a tent
- Any fireworks or flares
- Any out of date/in poor condition gas bottles/leads. (Campground management reserves the right to inspect all gas bottles/leads and condemn any which in its opinion may be of poor condition)
Access to the campgrounds is available via Gate 2 along the Gate 2 Road. Please follow all directional signage that will be displayed to assist with your arrival.