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Albert Park

Parking fees apply to all car parks and kerbside parking spaces within Albert Park. Time restrictions and ticket requirements are shown on parking signs within the park. All profits raised from parking are put back into Albert Park.

All vehicles in pay-for-parking areas of Albert Park Reserve need to purchase a ticket from one of the pay-and-display ticket machines in the park. To avoid parking fines, tickets must be displayed prominently on the dashboard.

Parks Victoria administers a range of parking permits that exempt permit holders from a number of parking restrictions.  Holders of current, eligible government concession cards are entitled to a 50 per cent discount on the Sports Club permit.

The parking fees from 1st July 2019 are:

Weekday hourly rate: $5.40 per hour (previously $5.30 per hour)
Weekdays 5pm to 9pm flat rate: $5.40 (previously $5.30)
Weekday maximum all day rate: $13.00 per day (previously $12.70 per day)
Weekends flat rate fee: $5.40 per day (previously $5.30 per day)

Parking permits will continue to be available for park businesses and members of Albert Park tenant clubs. New permit fees will commence on 1st July 2019:

Sports Club Permit – 6 months: $34.20 (previously $33.50)
Sports Club Permit– 6 months concession*: $17.10 (previously $16.75)
Sports Club Permit – 12 months: $68.70 (previously $67.00)
Sports Club Permit – 12 months concession*: $34.20 (previously $33.50)
Junior Sports Club Permit – 12 months: $17.00 (previously $16.60)
Tenant permit – 3 months: $213.60 (previously $208.40)
Tradespersons permit – 7 days: $25.00 (previously $24.40)

*Concession prices are available for eligible concession cardholders including Centrelink Health Care Card, Centrelink Pensioner Card, Veterans Affairs Gold Card for All Conditions, Veterans Affairs Gold Card War Widow, Veterans Affairs Gold Card TPI and Veterans Affairs Gold card POW and EDA.

The net revenue from parking fees will continue to be reinvested back into Albert Park Reserve services and facilities and the sports and recreation club grant program.

To provide feedback on the Albert Park Reserve parking fees email: albertparkparking@parks.vic.gov.au

 

Permit
type and duration

Description

Permit Fee*
(incl. GST)

Sportsclub member

(season or annual)

Exempts permit holder from paying the relevant parking fee. All time restrictions still apply.

Note: Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC) members/users should contact MSAC management regarding its parking arrangements.

$34.20 / 6 months
$17.10 / 6 months concession

$68.70 / 12 month
$34.35 / 12 month concession

Junior sportsclub member

(annual)

For parents/guardians of junior sportsclub members. Exempts permit holder from paying the relevant parking fee. All time restrictions still apply.

Note: MSAC members/users should contact MSAC management regarding its parking arrangements.

$17.00 / 12 month
$ 8.50/ 12 month concession

Tenant

(3 month block)

Exempts Albert Park tenants and business employees from time restrictions and paying the relevant parking fee.

$213.60 / 3 months
$106.80 / 3 months concession

Tradesperson

(short term)

Issued for a specified duration. Exempts tradespersons conducting work in Albert Park from time restrictions (excluding 15-minute zones) and paying the relevant parking fee.

Does not exempt driver from clearways, no stopping areas, loading zones or parking on parkland and other areas where parking is excluded.

$25.00 / week
$12.50 / week concess

Fee applies to an individual vehicle.

Download application forms below:

 

Two women in activewear walk their dogs while two runners approach them.

Dog walking in Albert Park

With its picturesque lake and network of trails, Albert Park offers your dog a smorgasbord of exciting sights and smells as well as off-lead areas to run and play.
Four friends pat their two dogs next to Albert Park Lake with the Melbourne CBD skyline in the background.

Picnic areas in Albert Park

Albert Park has nine picnic areas around the picturesque lake, which can be used for picnics and barbecues. Each area has a range of facilities including free electric barbecues, playgrounds,shelters and wide open spaces.
Two teenage girls take part in a sailing race on Port Philip Bay in a small boat called Inkspot.

Water activities in Albert Park

Enjoy a day of boating on Albert Park Lake; join a rowing or sailing club or hire a paddle boat.

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Car Parking in Albert Park

Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

  • Albert Park

    Lookout tower closed

    In the interest of public safety the lookout/viewing tower adjacent to “The Point Restaurant” within Albert Park Reserve has been temporarily closed.  Public access to the viewing tower is currently not permitted.

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