Parking meters and payments

Parking signs indicate the allowable time limit and if a fee is required.

Parking meters are used to regulate parking in high demand areas. Parking prices are structured depending on long and short-term parking. Read the parking signs to confirm parking time limits for the area before payment.

Parking meters are all the same type within the Geelong area. For more information on how to use the meters you can download a user guide.

 

Payment options

We are now providing more choice for motorists to carry out their parking transactions. Payments can be made by:

  • coin
  • credit card (Visa or Mastercard)
  • pay-by-phone applications

EziCom ePAY (free)
The app allows you to extend the parking duration remotely from your phone.
It can be downloaded through the iTunes store www.apple.com/au/itunes or at Google Play www.play.google.com

EasyPark (fees apply)
EasyPark will be available for use in City-managed car spaces from 1 December 2019. It offers two pricing models.

- Subscription ($1.99 per month plus 2.25 per cent commission per transaction) – best for more regular visitors to central Geelong.

- Casual (parking fee plus 10 per cent commission).

The EasyPark app allows you to extend the parking duration remotely from your phone. You only pay for the time you actually use.
It also works across EasyPark’s network in all Australian states.
For more information visit www.easypark.com.au/howItWorks/en_au


Parking meters and fines

You can be fined if you park in a metered space for longer than the permitted maximum time, even if you put more money in the meter.

You will need to move your car once the maximum time limit has expired.


Parking meter problems

If the parking meter won't accept your coins or credit card, or is displaying a fault:

  • request machine service as soon as possible by texting 0447 400 500 or
  • phoning our Customer Service team.





Page last updated: Wednesday, 6 November 2019

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