Park'nPay technology goes live in Woollahra
Drivers living in or visiting Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs can now park with more convenience, thanks to the NSW Government’s popular Park’nPay technology going live in the Woollahra Council area.
Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government Victor Dominello said since its launch in 2019, Park’nPay had been a game changer for motorists, with more than 100,000 app downloads so far.
“We are excited to put the power of parking back into the hands of the thousands of people who live, work and travel in Woollahra by giving them a seamless parking experience,” Mr Dominello said.
“Whether they are heading to the shops, or catching up with friends at a café or restaurant, drivers will be able to use the app to pay for more than 500 spaces in these areas.
“They can also top-up through their phone and avoid parking fines, as well as pay for the exact amount of time they need the space.
“This is about making life easier for drivers, with more than 92 per cent giving the technology the thumbs up. I would like to sincerely thank Woollahra Council for coming on board and supporting this important technology.”
Mayor of Woollahra, Councillor Susan Wynne said: “We are delighted the convenience of Park’nPay is now available to local residents and visitors to Woollahra.”
Park’nPay is available in in The Rocks, Ryde, Liverpool, Cumberland, Central Coast, Mosman, Hunters Hill, Burwood, Northern Beaches, Port Stephens, Willoughby, Armidale 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 web page.