Use Park'nPay on your next escape to nature
Motorists exploring NSW’s natural wonders can pay their vehicle entry fee via Park’nPay as the app rolls out across national parks in the coming months.
Customer Service and Digital Government Minister Victor Dominello said the NSW Government’s Park’nPay app will be available to people visiting national parks when purchasing their vehicle entry fee on-line.
“The technology is a game changer and gives drivers the power to easily pay and top up for parking from their phones in a few simple clicks,” Mr Dominello said.
“We’ve made life easier for families and drivers, so they can spend more time enjoying the outdoors and less time worrying about parking.”
More than 78,000 customers have downloaded the Park’nPay app since its launch in 2019 for paid parking in local government areas.
The app can also provide real-time parking availability at public transport commuter carparks, along with locations of EV charging stations and more than 18,000 private driveways to rent.