Parking Australia strives to be a key source of leadership, education and technical information for the parking industry.
Parking Australia is the national body representing the interests of the parking industry in Australia.
Parking Australia’s February 2024 Industry Event, ‘Women in Parking’, is set to take place on Wednesday, 28 February in Brisbane.
This event is not only for women—it’s an inclusive opportunity for all members of the parking industry to come together. Join us for a unique experience where a panel of leaders will generously share their invaluable insights, drawing from their diverse experiences, backgrounds, and lessons learned.Continue reading
Media statement Monday 18 December (attributable to Jeremy Irvine, CEO)
Parking Australia notes the appointment of Bart Mellish as Queensland Minister for Minister for Transport and Main Roads and Minister for Digital Services, announced today by Premier Miles.
As we noted with the news last week regarding a change of minister, we look forward to working with Minister Mellish collaboratively and positively on a range of parking-related matters.Continue reading
Media statement Thursday 14 December (attributable to Jeremy Irvine, CEO)
Parking Australia notes the release today of the New South Wales Auditor-General’s Report into the Procurement of services for the Park’nPay app.
As the report notes, “This audit assessed whether the department complied with the procurement obligations that applied at the time it procured these services” (p. 1) and “focusses on the department’s procurement and contract management processes.” (p. 1)
The report is extensive and comprehensive. In an in-depth examination and analysis of the matter, the report makes a series of important conclusions and recommendations including but not limited to the procurement strategy, for example.Continue reading