About the Car Parking heading in Yellow Pages®
Car parking refers to venues where vehicles can be parked. Car parks are found everywhere from suburban shopping centres to office buildings, entertainment venues and airports.
Car park operators charge a fee for parking and an array of payment types are available. Shopping centre car parks have timed parking, offering the first few hours free and a fee by the hour thereafter. Many sporting and entertainment venues have similar arrangements, or charge a set fee to park for the event’s duration. Some publicly owned car parks are free for local residents and have automatic paid ticket machines for the use of visitors.
Transport hubs such as airports and major train stations provide short and long term parking options. Short term parking can include a stay of a few hours or days, while long term parking is for several days or weeks. Airport parking also includes arrivals parking, where those waiting to pick up passengers can park for a few minutes for a small charge.
Parking in CBD areas is provided in publicly and privately operated car parks, many underneath large office buildings and shops. Some city workers pay annually for a permanent parking space, which can include valet and/or car washing and security services. Search with Yellow Pages® to find a number of venues offering car parking in all states in Australia.