Park'nPay goes live in Sydney's Royal Botanic Garden
Visiting Sydney’s iconic Royal Botanic Garden is now even easier, thanks to the NSW Government’s popular Park’nPay technology going live in the area.
Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government Victor Dominello said the Park’nPay app would allow people looking to enjoy the city’s green spaces to pay for and top-up parking through their phone.
“Park’nPay has been a game changer for drivers, by giving them a bird’s-eye view of parking spots across the State, and putting more power in the palm of their hands,” Mr Dominello said.
“Whether you’re enjoying the outdoors or a coffee or meal with friends, you won’t have to rush back to the meter and can now extend your stay online.
“With just the tap of a button drivers can pay for any of the up to 400 of the Garden’s parking spaces for the exact amount of time they need the spot for.”
Mr Dominello said almost 109,000 drivers have downloaded the Park’nPay app since its launch in 2019, with about 92 per cent giving it the thumbs up.
“It is great to see the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney come on board, which means visitors can spend less time worrying about finding a meter and more time enjoying the stunning natural beauty,” Mr Dominello said.
Park’nPay is available in a number of locations including The Rocks, Ryde, Cumberland, Liverpool, Mosman, Central Coast, Hunters Hill, Burwood, The Northern Beaches, Port Stephens, Willoughby, Armidale, Woollahra and NSW National Parks.
The app also provides information on real-time parking availability for 21 Transport for NSW Commuter Carparks, locations of electric vehicle charging stations and more than 18,000 private driveways to rent.
For more information visit the Park'nPay website.