Brisbane City Council has launched a new online parking hub, designed to provide motorists with the best value car parking options in the CBD, Valley and inner-city.

This web portal is a direct response to community feedback highlighting the need for more accessible information about inner-city car parking and any deals that may be on offer.

Our CBD, Valley and inner city suburbs are vibrant destinations with much to offer. I want to encourage residents and visitors to the city to take full advantage of our city, which is why Council has worked to bring together car parking retailers from across the city to provide information in one central location.

brisbaneparkingguide.com.au contains a range of special deals, offers and information about where to park. It is designed to assist people in planning ahead and locating the best value parking options.

Council has worked with our parking retailers to ensure that visitors and residents can access accessible and cost effective off-street parking through this online hub. Motorists can have significant savings in both time and money by utilising brisbaneparkingguide.com.au.

This online hub is just one of many ways that Council is working to improve parking options across the city. Council is also undertaking a wide-ranging review of all parking issues including parking around schools, parking around entertainment and sporting venues, the chargeable hours of on-street parking meter spaces, enforcement policies and procedures, parking signs, the residential parking permit scheme and CBD car parking. More than 1000 submissions have been received through community consultation as part of the review and will be considered over coming months.

To mark the launch of brisbaneparkingguide.com.au, Council has arranged for a number of special offers, not only at our own King George Square and Wickham Terrace car parks, but additionally, at a number of the privately operated car parks in Brisbane.

There are some very competitive parking deals available and brisbaneparkingguide.com.au and I strongly encourage all motorists coming into inner city suburbs to take a look.

Deals on offer via Brisbaneparkingguide.com.au include:

11 July to 11 August 2014 Special Weekend Parking, King George Square and Wickham Terrace Car Parks

$5 per day (normally $12)
Saturday: Entry from 7am and exit before midnight
Sunday: Entry from 7am and exit before 11pm
Offer subject to availability

11 July to 11 August 2014 Special Evening Parking, King George Square and Wickham Terrace Car Parks

$5 only (normally $12)
Monday to Friday
Park from 4.30pm and exit before 6am
Offer subject to availability

Special Early Bird Offer in the City, King George Square Car Park only

$20 only
King George Square Car Park
Park before 7am and exit between 1pm and 6pm
Offer subject to availability

Wilson Parking, $5.00 Weekend and Evening Parking, 200 Mary Street Car Park

11 July to 11 August, online bookings only.

Secure Parking, $5.00 Weekend and Evening Parking

  • Parkade Car Park
  • 123 Albert St Car Park
  • Cathedral Square Car Park
  • McWhirters Car Park
  • Valley Metro Car Park

Offer available to book online only at www.secureparking.com.au
Evenings enter after 4pm
Weekends flat rate all day.

Myer Centre Car Park, Elizabeth Street, weekday and weekend parking

11 July – 11 August $5 Weekend Parking Offer
Enter after 7am and exit before midnight same day. Must present car park ticket and voucher to the Myer Centre customer service desk located on Level Q of the Myer Centre between 9:30am and 4:00pm on the day.

11 July – 11 August $5 Weekday Afternoon Parking Offer
Enter after 2:00pm and exit before midnight same day. Must present car park ticket and voucher to the Myer Centre customer service desk located on Level Q of the Myer Centre between 2:00pm and 6:00pm Monday to Thursday and 2:00pm to 8:45pm Friday.

Cheers,

Graham