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On and Off-Street Parking

Council manages a range of parking facilities across the City catering for the community needs associated with commuting, shopping, sport and recreation, and business. Commuter parking is also provided by the Department of Transport at a number of train stations.

Where the demand for parking is high and availability is limited, the parking is usually controlled by time restrictions to ensure equitable access and suit the needs of the local community.

Mobility (Disabled) Parking

To obtain a Mobility (Disabled) Parking Permit, applications must be lodged with the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). For more information on the RMS website.

Disabled parking spaces are provided throughout the City using Australian Standards and RMS guidelines.

Parking Fines

If you have received an infringement notice or parking ticket from a Bankstown City Council Ranger and you wish to pay or dispute the fine, you will need to contact the State Debt Recovery Office directly.

Please refer to the State Debt Recovery Office website for further information.

Bankstown City Council is not able to negotiate the payment or cancellation of fines.

The full list of parking offence fines is available from the RTA website.

Parking Maps
Bankstown CBD Car Parking Strategy
Visitors Guide City Map

A number of carparks are provided within the Bankstown CBD:

    P1 - Council and Hoyts Carpark
    P2 - Meredith Street Carpark (multi-storey)
    P3 - Marion Street Carpark (multi-storey)
    P4 - Brandon Avenue Carpark (multi-storey)
    P5 - Dale Lane Carpark
    P6 - Greenfield Parade Carpark (multi-storey)
    P7 - West Terrace Carpark (multi-storey)
    P8 - Stanley Street Carpark

Commuter Parking at Stations

Department of Transport Multi-storey Carparks

    Revesby Commuter Carpark
    Padstow Commuter Carpark

Other commutter parking is available at Bankstown, Yagoona Birrong, Sefton, Panania and East Hills,

Resident Parking
Bankstown City Council does not operate any resident parking scheme. 

Under RTA Guidelines these schemes are designed to provide access to parking where residents do not have off-street parking.  The general availability of off-street parking means that Bankstown residential areas do not meet the Guidelines' criteria for the introduction of such schemes.