The ability to park our vehicles (cars, bicycles, motorcycles or service vehicles) within a reasonable walking distance of our houses or destinations is an important part of our transport system.
The City of Hobart manages parking on public streets in Hobart, as well as on land that we own. Where demand for parking is higher than the supply, we often need to install and enforce parking restrictions.
Shoppers and visitors can access a range of car parks all within easy walking distance of key destinations in the city centre. Off-street and multi-storey car parks are placed at strategic locations throughout the city.
GPO Box 503 Hobart
03 6238 2711
The City of Hobart has rolled out new parking meters that allow to pay by coins, credit or debit cards, and smartphone app - EasyPark.
For people visiting, shopping and conducting business in Hobart, we provide a number of off-street car parks in and around the city centre.
The City of Hobart provides parking for bicycles near areas of high bicycle demand. Find out more here.
In the centre of Hobart motorcycle parking is provided in a number of locations. Find out more here.
This page contains information about the various parking permits available through the City of Hobart.
Parking fines (or infringement notices) are issued to the owner of a vehicle which is in violation of a parking rule. Find out more about parking fines, and your options when you receive one here.
This page lists some of our most commonly used parking signs, and what they mean
Parking rules exist to improve traffic flow and provide safe, efficient and equitable access for all motorists. Find out about the parking rules that apply in Hobart here.
Provides information about video cameras worn by parking and information officers
16 Elizabeth Street Hobart
Mon–Fri, 8.15 am – 5.15 pm
03 6238 2711
Town Hall, Macquarie Street Hobart
GPO Box 503
Hobart Tasmania 7001
The City of Hobart acknowledges the Tasmanian Aboriginal People as the Traditional Owners and ongoing custodians of lutruwita, Tasmania. We pay our respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and to their Elders past, present and emerging.