How to pay for parking
Choose your preferred payment method
The City of Hobart has rolled out a new Integrated Parking System, which provides greater choice of payment methods. The new meters are compatible with the mobile payment app EasyPark, but also accept payment by credit card, Apple Pay or coins at the meter.
To pay either via the app or at the meter, the correct bay number for the parking space is required. This is a unique code that appears as a three or four digit number displayed on the kerb.
The new meter system includes the installation of in-ground sensors to monitor vehicle movements. See information on using the new meters.
The free EasyPark app is available for use on Android, Apple and Windows platforms. It allows motorists to skip the meter and pay from anywhere. Features include the ability to top up parking to the maximum time allowed, and notifications advising when the parking session is due to expire. You can end the session manually upon vacating your parking space to ensure you pay only for the amount of time you stay.
As the City of Hobart is operating from a bay-based system, map functionality is not required to use the app. Just insert the bay number to identify your location.
See how to use the EasyPark app
Download the app now from the App Store or Google Play. For more information on the app, call 1300 734 070 or visit the EasyPark app website.
Credit or debit cards can be used on all new meters across the city centre. Visa and Mastercard are accepted and there is no credit card surcharge. A minimum charge of $3 currently applies to credit card transactions but this will be removed from 1 July 2019.
Use your Apple Watch or iPhone with compatible software (note - device may require software update) to tap and go at the meter.
Coin payment is available on all meters. Meters accept 10c, 20c, 50c, $1 and $2 coins. The meters cannot give change.
How to use the new parking meters
How to use the EasyPark app
Answers to some frequently asked questions can be found on this page: Integrated parking system - frequently asked questions
Dial Before You Dig
Any individual, contractor or other authority intending to carry out works in areas with in-ground sensors will need to notify Parking Operations and receive approval. Find out more: Dial Before You Dig - Parking Sensors