Paid parking is one element of a larger transport management plan for Parramatta.
In recent years, the City of Parramatta has implemented a free Shuttle Bus within the City CBD, introduced park and ride facilities, T-Way bus routes, upgraded its car parks and improved street signage.
Revenue from ticket parking is reinvested back into the community via neighbourhood revitalisation projects, resources and infrastructure.
How to pay(Back to top)
You must pay parking fines within 21 days of issue via:
- online via Revenue NSW*
- by post to Revenue NSW, PO Box 4444, Parramatta NSW 2124 (include a cheque or money order with the penalty notice number written on the back)
- call 1300 130 112*
- at the Post Office Billpay
*with Visa or Mastercard
If you are having trouble paying the penalty amount, please contact the Revenue NSW, who can advise you on other payment options.
Appeals(Back to top)
You may appeal a fine through the following methods:
electing to go to court to have the matter heard
submitting a request to the Revenue NSW
Parking meter refund(Back to top)
If you have paid for parking at a parking meter in Parramatta and have not received a ticket, please call 1800 017 827 (free call) so that a technician can attend to the meter.
Please ensure that you purchase another ticket from a working meter machine to display in your car. The City of Parramatta has a ‘pay and display’ system, and failure to purchase a ticket could result in a penalty notice.
To claim a refund of your money, please complete the parking meter refund form and we will refund you within 2–3 weeks.