• Driving Change

    Parking Australia is the national body representing the interests of the parking industry in Australia.

  • Sharing Knowledge

    Parking Australia strives to be a key source of leadership, education and technical information for the parking industry.

  • Raising Standards

    The Accredited Operator Scheme is designed for PA members that are involved in parking enforcement services on private land.

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  • Promoting Innovation

    Parking Australia encourages excellence in technology and innovation in the parking industry through an annual awards program.

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  • EasyPark Launches in Tamworth

    This week, Tamworth Regional Council will implement a smarter solution to help make this process easier for the community.

    Tamworth Council will implement the award-winning EasyPark service across all paid parking areas within the city with the aim of saving users both time and money.

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  • SenSen Launches in Thailand with Gemineye Solution

    Leading Artificial Intelligence solutions provider SenSen Networks Limited has commenced trials of its recently launched Gemineye smartphone-based smart city solution in Thailand.

    This new customer traction has been facilitated through a Distribution Agreement with Thailand smart city and environmental services company E.V.F. (Thailand).

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  • Armidale Regional Airport introduces paid parking

    Paid parking will be introduced for the Armidale Regional Airport car park from 1 May, to improve the availability of parking for airport users and provide a more equitable mix of income for the regional facility.

    Armidale Regional Council Mayor Simon Murray said the number of people parking at the airport had steadily increased in recent years and at times was at full capacity despite a major expansion of the space last year.

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Case Study
The Ultimate Guide to Digital Disruption

The Ultimate Guide to Digital Disruption

Disruption has always been a part of business. Old business models become irrelevant, and new business models replace them. When the new models first appear, they are almost always met with resistance. Change is hard, and people want to stay comfortable and do things the way they always have. What is digital transformation and why is it necessary? Does EVERY industry need to be disrupted?

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Case Study
Congestion Busting Infrastructure Plays Catch Up

Congestion Busting Infrastructure Plays Catch Up

The unfortunate reality is that large sections of our cities are stuck with the roads-based configuration that was instilled into their DNA from the get-go. Roads – not rail – are the thoroughfares that define transport options across our new suburban areas into the future. Getting used to road spending and having constructive things to say about road use are a major challenge.

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Event
Save the Date for OUTLOOK 2019

Save the Date for OUTLOOK 2019

OUTLOOK is coming to Melbourne for the first time, and we are excited to locate our conference at Crown Melbourne on Southbank, where visitors to Melbourne are sure to find plenty of activity and entertainment, both in and around this modern Event Centre and Casino.

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Case Study
Wheelie tyred of illegal parking

Wheelie tyred of illegal parking

City of Melbourne’s campaign to deter parked cars from blocking bike lanes. In May 2017, the City of Melbourne was receiving almost daily complaints on social media from cyclists about cars parking in bike lanes. Drivers were persistently disregarding the ‘No Stopping’ parking signs during peak hours and parking in the bike lanes, typically to drop off passengers for less than a minute.

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Blog
Car sharing set to reduce dependency on privately owned vehicles

Car sharing set to reduce dependency on privately owned vehicles

One car share vehicle has the potential to replace between 7 – 13 privately owned cars and the parking spaces that go with them. The typical car share user travels 50% less than the driver of a privately owned vehicle, and often uses other more sustainable methods of transportation such as public transport, cycling and walking.

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Podcasts
PACE 2018 Podcasts

PACE 2018 Podcasts

New to the member resources section on the Parking Australia website are several podcasts from PACE 2018. If you couldn’t make it to PACE, or you just want to listen again, log into the PA website – there are six sessions to chose from.

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