Accessible Parking Concession Conditions
- Concessions are valid within the boundaries of the City of Perth only.
- The City of Perth recognises international and interstate Disability Parking Permits. These are valid for a period of 3 months after the permit holder arrives in Western Australia after which a new Disability Parking Permit needs to be obtained from National Disabilities Services (NDS).
- To be eligible for any concession, the permit holder must be in the vehicle, either as the driver or as a passenger.
- For accessible parking outside the City of Perth please obtain the conditions applicable to the Local Council.
Parking Off-Street Within A CPP Car Park
Accessible Parking at Point Fraser Car Park
From 14 January 2019, CPP are pleased to offer 1-hour of free parking to Point Fraser Car Park patrons between the hours of 6am and 5:59pm. To claim the accessible parking concession at Point Fraser, please follow these instructions:
Option 1: Select the CREDIT CARD option or insert coins to pay for an additional hour (or however many additional hours you require). This option will allow for first hour free + additional hour(s) paid + 2 hours additional post-expiry time concession
Option 2: Use the EasyPark App for your parking session. Set your parking session for as long as required; this will allow for the first hour free + additional time + 2 hours additional after the expiry in the EasyPark App.
Please ensure you display a valid Disability Parking Permit on your vehicle dashboard to be eligible for the concession. If you purchased a parking ticket at the parking meters, the parking ticket must also be displayed on the vehicle dashboard to be eligible for the concession. If parking was purchased using the EasyPark App, the Parking Information Officer will check the App for a valid parking session and allow 2-hours after the expiry time.