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20 January 2021

Riverbank Car Park closed 1 February 2021

Riverbank Car Park closure

On Monday 1 February 2021, the Riverbank Car Park permanently closed to make way for the NSW Government’s construction of Powerhouse Parramatta. Part of Leabeater Car Park (near Oyster Lane) also closed, with 21 car spaces removed. View a map detailing the closures (PDF).

City of Parramatta Council operates a range of paid ticket parking throughout the Parramatta CBD.

Motorists will still be able to park at Council’s Eat Street (Erby Street), City Centre (Horwood Place), Justice Precinct (Hunter Street) and Parramatta Station (Wentworth Ave) car parks.

 

Free parking promotions

Until 30 April 2021 Council and Transport for NSW are providing free parking in Council’s City Centre and Eat Street car parks. Conditions apply. Find out more.

 

More parking around the city

There is limited parking available for the general public at the Novotel  and the Meriton and in other private parking stations. Some of these parking stations offer flat all-day rates e.g. $12 for six hours or $20 parking.

Bankwest Stadium also offers casual paid parking in the Stadium’s western and northern car parks at $3/per hour or $10/day. Please note there is no on-site parking available on event days, be sure to check the event calendar.

Until 30 April 2021 Council and Transport for NSW are providing free parking in Council’s City Centre and Eat Street car parks. Conditions apply. Find out more.

 

Free Parking Promotion

 

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