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Whether you’re hitting up some of Melbourne’s best restaurants, heading into work or just escaping the city’s infamous tempermental weather, there is limited parking in Melbourne CBD. Your best bet is to plan ahead of time if you intend on driving and book your parking in advance, so that you’re not circling the busy one way streets.
If you are looking to park for a few hours during the day, you’ll be hard-pressed to find on-street parking. The majority of Melbourne CBD street parking spaces have a time limit of 1 hour during the day and 2 hours after 6:30PM with most restrictions ending at 8:30PM. Parking rates for on-street bays in the CBD start from $7/hour.
Street parking outside of the Melbourne CBD will have longer time limits. This may be an option if you are willing to walk in from the CBD fringe.
Compared to this, the most affordable parking options is all-day parking available on Share with Oscar from $12/day.
Simply enter and exit before midnight or before the car park closes.
You may prefer to lock in a permanent parking spot and save yourself the trouble of having to think about parking every day. Arranging monthly parking (whether it’s 24/7, just Monday to Friday, or for a few days a week) is also something Share with Oscar can help with. Monthly parking is also generally cheaper than booking daily as you are locking yourself in for the month.
Share with Oscar now also offers monthly parking across Melbourne CBD. If you’re looking for a secure and undercover space with unlimited parking access to your spot, then you’re in the right place!
Check out our range of cheap monthly parking options here.
One option is to take a train into Southern Cross Station, Melbourne Central Station or Flinders Street Railway Station or drive and park outside of the CBD and then take a free tram from the outskirts of the city. Melbourne City’s free tram zone starts from Queen Vicotria Markets to Docklands, making it very easy to travel across from one end of the CBD to the other.
Melbourne Town Hall, Chinatown, QV Melbourne, Bourke Street Mall, Chin Chin, Tonka, Southern Cross Station, Melbourne GPO, Melbourne Central, State Library Victoria, Queen Victoria Market, Old Treasury Building, Collins Street, Elizabeth Street, Bourke Street, Flinders Street, Swanston Street, Londsdale Street