Free parking in the City of Subiaco (COVID-19)
The City of Subiaco has announced a $4 million COVID-19 community response package, including free parking.
Parking in City-owned car stations will be free until July to support medical staff working at KEMH and QEII Medical centre, as well as essential staff still working from offices in Subiaco. Ticket machines will be turned off from 6 April 2020 to 30 June 2020.
Parking rangers will not issue infringements to drivers who overstay time-restricted parking. City rangers will focus on maintaining safety and access, like keeping ACROD bays, loading zones and no stopping areas free to support vulnerable members of the community and businesses that continue to operate. To find free parking, visit www.subipark.com.au. Follow the City's COVID-19 updates here.
The city owns and operates a number of carparks in and around the town centre, with parking initiatives that make it easier and more affordable to park and stay in Subiaco.
Subipark is the cheapest and most convenient way to park in Subiaco. Look out for Subipark carparks and park free for the first hour across the Town Centre, and for just five dollars a day in other areas. Explore the Subipark website for visual maps, pricing information and navigation directions to more than 45 City-operated carparks. www.subipark.com.au.
Pay for your parking session easily and on-the-go with the EasyPark app.
Points to remember
When parking in a City of Subiaco carpark please consider the following points:
- observe the signs as some charges may apply
- ticket machines display the expiry time as coins are inserted
- insert coins slowly, taking note of the expiry time, as change is not give
- ensure tickets are face up and clearly visible on the dashboard inside your vehicle
- if a machine is faulty, use the next closest machine
- please advise the city of faulty machines as soon as possible by calling 1300 187 603.
Disability parking permits
The City of Subiaco supports the below parking scheme for vehicles correctly displaying a valid disability parking permit in non disability parking bays, in accordance with the Australian Disability Parking Scheme:
In a fee payable ticket machine area, a ticket will be required to be purchased and displayed, and double the time indicated on the ticket will be honoured.
In a non-fee payable time restricted area, if the time limit on the sign is:
- Less than 30 minutes, 1 hour will be honoured; or
- More than 30 minutes, twice the period indicated on the sign will be honoured.
In designated disability parking permit bays, time restrictions and fee payable parking restrictions apply as per signage.