Alert 7 October 2020
Announcing the release of a new app for use in National Capital Authority (NCA) car parks only.
This allows you to pay for your parking at any time, saving you from the weather and allowing you to extend your parking time without having to go to your car to display a ticket.
Unsure of where NCA car parks are, have a look here!
EasyPark App will allow you to get full control of your parking session and save time on your daily commute.
- Conveniently start making your parking payment while sitting in your car, no need to go to the parking machine.
- Avoid parking fines by extending the parking session duration remotely from your phone – wherever you are.
- The EasyPark App means you only pay for the time you need, no overpays.
- Use your favourite payment method - credit card, PayPal, Apple Pay. You can also add your corporate credit card to pay for your business parking.
Available for iOS and Android.
For more information www.easypark.com.au
Alert 21 September 2020
The National Capital Authority (NCA) will be conducting works to upgrade parking ticket machines on the National Estate from Monday 21 September to Friday 9 October 2020.
The new parking ticket machines will require users to enter licence plate details to obtain a ticket and display on the dashboard, as is current practice. Instructions will also be shown on the new parking machines.
For further enquiries please contact NCA Parking at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Capital Authority (NCA) manages the pay parking arrangements in parts of Parkes, Barton, Russell and Acton on behalf of the Australian Government including enforcement and breaches of parking regulations. Pay parking aims to prioritise spaces for visitors to the national institutions and assist with ongoing parking management on National Land. The hours of parking operation are from 8:30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).
The National Land (Road Transport) Ordinance 2014 established the NCA as the administering authority for enforcement of parking regulations on National Land. NCA parking officers can issue infringement notices to vehicles in areas where it is illegal to stop or park or when parking tickets have expired or been incorrectly displayed. Parking fees go directly to the Australian Government’s Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Legislation has also been introduced that makes it an offence to park a vehicle on open space and landscaped areas. This includes access paths, grassed areas and paved surfaces in and around the national institutions, Old Parliament House Gardens, and East and West Lawns. Vehicles driving and parking on open space can impact pedestrian access and safety, and cause damage to the landscape such as tree roots, plants and irrigation infrastructure.