Parking bay licensing
All parking bays within the localities of Perth, East Perth, West Perth and Northbridge (the Perth Parking Management Area or PPMA), are required to be licensed and, where applicable, pay a licence fee known as the Perth Parking Levy.
Parking bay licence fees for 2017/2018
|Fee type||Fee per bay, per annum|
|Short stay public and on street parking||$1,023.50|
|Long stay public parking||$1,107.70|
For information on the licensing application process, refer to the Licensed Parking in Perth guide below.
|Licensed parking in Perth (2017/2018)||Kb|
|Perth Parking Management Area map (2017/2018)||Kb|
Perth parking - Legislation and Policy
The Perth Parking Management Act 1999 (the Act) requires that all non-residential parking bays within the Perth Parking Management Area be licensed with a fee paid where liable.
The Department of Transport is responsible for the administration of the Act and for ensuring that parking within the Perth Parking Management Area is licensed.
The Department has compliance officers with the power to inspect properties and collect information for the purpose of enforcing the Act.
The Office of State Revenue is responsible for revenue collection and administration of the licensing system on behalf of the Director General - Transport.
Following are Perth Parking related legislation (acts and regulations) and links to the State Law Publisher website.
Perth Parking Levy revenue is used to improve the transport system for those who travel to, from and within central Perth and to fund alternative transport services and other initiatives to reduce the need for cars in the CBD and therefore congestion.
The investments made with the revenue directly benefit community members and businesses by:
- Managing traffic congestion on inner city streets as the city rapidly grows to improve amenity for residents, businesses and visitors to central Perth;
- Offering free travel on all public transport services within the PPMA; and
- Improving inner city cycling facilities to meet the growing need for convenient, safe cycling routes, and helping to make cycling a safe and attractive alternative transport mode.