Resident Parking Fees

 

Here are the fees for resident parking permits.

The parking permits are valid from 1 April to 31 March and renewals are sent out in February.

Depending on when you apply for the permit, we pro-rata the fee to the nearest quarter-year.

Every three months, the fees are reduced by 25%.

Pensioners with an appropriate discount card receive a 50% discount.

 

First Permit

Full Year
01/04/17 - 30/06/17
9 month pro-rata
01/07/17 - 30/09/17
6 month pro-rata
01/10/17 - 31/12/17
3 month pro-rata
01/01/18 - 31/03/18
$50 $39 $26 $13

 

Second Permit

Full Year
01/04/17 - 30/06/17
9 month pro-rata
01/07/17 - 30/09/17
6 month pro-rata
01/10/17 - 31/12/17
3 month pro-rata
01/01/18 - 31/03/18
$130 $99 $66 $33

 

Other

Shared Permit Sticker
(shared between 2 residents residing at the same address)
Applicable standard
fee PLUS
$16.50
Temporary permit for vehicle in repair $12
For each replacement Standard Sticker no discount applies each $32
For each replacement Shared Permit Sticker no discount applies each $42
Tradesman's Permit
(Maximum 2 weeks)
no discount applies per week $90
Building works temporary permit based
on resident parking fees - pro-rata on monthly basis
minimum fee $12
Car Share permit - per annum     $204
Visitor Parking Permits
(Maximum of 30 permits per residential property)
$2
Visitor Parking Permits
(Maximum of 30 permits per residential property)
Aged, TPI (etc) & Veteran Affairs pensioner concession card holders Free
Visitor Parking Permits
(Maximum of 30 permits per residential property)
Health Card & Seniors Card holders $1

*The Australian Government Department of Transport and Regional Services has prepared a database, which details the fuel consumption, greenhouse rating and air pollution rating of hundreds of vehicles, by make, model and year. This database is available on the Green Vehicle Guide website: www.greenvehicleguide.gov.au

 

Further Information

The Green Vehicle Guide details the environmental performance of vehicles sold in Australia.

The objective is to highlight to residents the environmental impact of their motor vehicle. The variation in fees will help to discourage residents from owning vehicles which have a greater impact on the environment, and encourage residents to own vehicles which have a lesser impact on the environment.

The Dept of Environment has stated that larger cars and those with bigger engines often consume more fuel, which increases the level of greenhouse gas emissions and that air pollution is more of a concern in areas with larger populations and more traffic. This is particularly the case in our larger cities.

Council has key objectives to minimise the impacts of private motor vehicles, including congestion, and air and noise pollution. Council recognises that traffic "affects air quality and contributes to the greenhouse effect, increased noise levels and reduced neighbourhood amenity". View Council plans that encourage a reduction in the volume of vehicles, and discourage private usage of motor vehicles by limiting parking where appropriate by use of on-site and residential permit policy.