Parking
Parking Rates
HoursCasual RatesCinema Rates
Up to 3 hoursFREEFREE
Up to 3 and a half hours$6FREE
Up to 4 hours$10FREE
Up to 4 and a half hours$14FREE
Up to 5 hours$16FREE
Up to 5 and a half hours$20$6
Up to 6 hours$25$10
Up to 6 and a half hours$30$14
Up to 7 hours$35$16
7 and over$35$20
Lost ticket$35$35
Up to 3 hours
Casual Rates
FREE
Cinema Rates
FREE
Up to 3 and a half hours
Casual Rates
$6
Cinema Rates
FREE
Up to 4 hours
Casual Rates
$10
Cinema Rates
FREE
Up to 4 and a half hours
Casual Rates
$14
Cinema Rates
FREE
Up to 5 hours
Casual Rates
$16
Cinema Rates
FREE
Up to 5 and a half hours
Casual Rates
$20
Cinema Rates
$6
Up to 6 hours
Casual Rates
$25
Cinema Rates
$10
Up to 6 and a half hours
Casual Rates
$30
Cinema Rates
$14
Up to 7 hours
Casual Rates
$35
Cinema Rates
$16
7 and over
Casual Rates
$35
Cinema Rates
$20
Lost ticket
Casual Rates
$35
Cinema Rates
$35
Disability Parking Permits
First 4 hours are free for customers with a Disability Parking Permit. If you are a Disabled Card Holder please visit the Customer Service on Level 3 near Myer to have your parking ticket validated.
Seniors Card
First 4 hours are free for customers with a Seniors Card. If you are a Senior Card Holder please visit the Customer Service on Level 3 near Myer to have your parking ticket validated.
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Paying for Parking
At Westpoint, the first 3 hours of parking are free. Free parking is available after 6pm based on entry after 6pm and exit before 6am.

From Monday 16 November 2020, cinema patrons have to validate their parking using their Hoyts ticket at the pay machines. 

For further information please contact Customer Service on (02) 8825 2400. 

Conditions of entry are displayed throughout the car park. The ticketed car park system accepts cash and credit cards only.

Licence Plate Recognition Technology FAQs

 

Q. What’s changing in the car park?

From Monday 16 November, we will be introducing licence plate recognition technology in our car park. This technology is being introduced to the Centre as part of our ambient upgrades to the car park, bringing our technology in line with industry standards. From Monday 16 November, when you enter the car park, you’ll need to take a ticket from the machine while our new technology scans your licence plate details. When you exit the car park, the system will scan your licence plate. If you have parked for three hours or more, you will be charged a fee (from $6). For full details on our car parking rates, please visit www.westpoint.com.au  

If you have parked for longer than three hours, you can either pay at a pay station, or at the boom gate on exit. Parking up to three hours will remain free for our entire community.

 

Q. Why do I have to pay for parking now?

From Monday 16 November, we will be introducing licence plate recognition technology in our car park. This technology is being introduced to the Centre as part of our ambient upgrades to the car park, bringing our technology in line with industry standards. Parking up to three hours will remain free for our entire community.

If you have parked for three hours or more, you will be charged a fee (from $6). For full details on our car parking rates, please visit www.westpoint.com.au  

 

Q. Why are you introducing licence plate recognition technology?

From Monday 16 November, we will be introducing licence plate recognition technology in our car park. This technology is being introduced to the Centre as part of our ambient upgrades to the car park, bringing our technology in line with industry standards.

 

Q. Why do I need to keep my ticket?

We have chosen to keep tickets to assist customers. Benefits of keeping your ticket is:

  1. It is time stamped (so you know how long you have been in centre),
  2. It lists the car park entrance you entered via (which can assist in finding where you parked your car)
  3. It assists you in paying for parking if you have stayed over 3 hours (since you don’t have to remember your licence plate). Normal ‘Lost Ticket’ fees apply in some circumstances.

 

Q: I exited the centre and returned under an hour later. Why did my parking entry time not restart from the second time I entered?

From Monday 16 November, we will be introducing licence plate recognition technology in our car park. This technology is being introduced to the Centre as part of our ambient upgrades to the car park, bringing our technology in line with industry standards. If you exit the car park and return within an hour, the new technology will continue to count your parking from your original entry time and appropriate charges will apply. It will not consider your re-entry as a new parking period.