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Beach parking permits

Beach parking permits allow residents displaying a permit to park free in foreshore car parks within Bayside including Beach Road and the Esplanade.

Two free permits are issued to each household with your rate notice every 3 years. If your permits aren't delivered with your rate notice, please let us know.

Permits are valid from the date of issue until 30 October 2020.

My beach parking permits weren't with my rate notice

Did your beach parking permits not arrive with your rate notice? If so please let us know and we will make sure you get them.

Let us know

Apply for beach parking permits

Bayside tenants can apply for beach parking permits by providing copies of their driver's licence and rental agreement. Non-residents of Bayside cannot purchase a permit.

Apply for a permit

Purchase additional parking permits

Additional parking permits can be purchased for $200 (pro rata to the date of purchase) upon supplying vehicle registration notices proving the number of vehicles garaged at the property.

Request additional permits

Lost your permit?

If you have lost your permit please complete a declaration to receive a replacement.

Request a replacement

Are you part of the beach paid parking scheme?

There are 2 permit options available:

Option 1

3 free resident parking permits issued for specific vehicles, plus 4 free visitor parking permits.

Option 2

2 free resident parking permits, plus 4 free visitor parking permits, plus 1 visitor parking permit for an annual fee

Beach paid parking scheme visitor permit renewal (PDF, 292.16KB)

Displaying your permit

The parking permit must be displayed inside the vehicle on the bottom corner of the passenger side of the front windscreen. Fines incurred as a result of failing to display a permit will not be withdrawn.

Permits are transferrable. If you are changing over your car, please remove the permit and place it in your new car.

The permit does not guarantee the availability of a parking space. Motorists must park in accordance with regulation or any other signed restrictions, for example, time limit.