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Address: 26 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay (The Rocks) NSW

Contact: 02 9241 5671

Spaces: 175

Monthly Pass 24 hours / 7 days
Sunday 7:30am - Midnight (Exit 24 hours)
Monday 6:30am - Midnight (Exit 24 hours)
Tuesday 6:30am - Midnight (Exit 24 hours)
Wednesday 6:30am - Midnight (Exit 24 hours)
Thursday 6:30am - Midnight (Exit 24 hours)
Friday 6:30am - Midnight (Exit 24 hours)
Saturday 7:30am - Midnight (Exit 24 hours)
*Note extended opening hours for special events UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS:  
Casual Rates: Mon to Fri (before 5pm)
0 - 0.5 hour $6.00
0.5 - 1 hour $14.00
1 - 2 hours $28.00
2 - 3 hours $38.00
3 - 4 hours $48.00
4 - 5 hours $55.00
Maximum $55.00
  Weekend Rates:   Sat or Sun
Flat rate $12.00
  Monthly Parking Pass:
Please contact our sales department on 02 9241 5671 before 9:30am (Monday to Friday) or email sales@interpark.com.au
Flat Rates:
Night Rate (Monday to Friday - Enter after 5pm to closing) $12.00
Early bird rate: Monday to Friday (Enter before 9:30am and Exit between                       3.00pm to 7.30pm) Early bird rate (Pre-book): CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE $22.00
Motorbikes $5.00
Public Holidays - excluding special events $12.00
Overnight Rate (Plus previous days fee) $10.00
 
Car Storage Great cruise ship parking! $25 flat rate per day. To book your storage space please contact Samantha P: (02) 9241 5671 during business hours  E: sd@interparkaust.com.au This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Sydney Theatre Members InterPark offers undercover parking just 60 metres from the Sydney Theatre.
Bicycles Free of charge
Disabled Parking Yes
Height Restriction 2.2 metres
Methods of Payment Cash, Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Eftpos
Surrounding Attractions The Rocks Precinct Walsh Bay Restaurants Sydney Theatre Company The Sebel Harbour Bridge Sydney Dance Company King Street Wharf The Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel BarangarooParking available at Bond Store One. Perfect when visiting Barangaroo. Barangaroo is one of the world's foremost waterfront  renewal projects and showcases Sydney as Australia's gateway to the world.