Expand the sections below for information about parking in the Dubbo Regional Council Local Government Area.
FREE OFF STREET PARKING
- Bligh Street car park, Bligh Street Dubbo
- Holls Avenue car park, between Holls Street and Serisier Street Dubbo
- Darling Street car park, corner Darling and Talbragar streets Dubbo
- Victoria Park complex, Gipps Street Dubbo
- Victoria Park number 1 oval car park, Gipps Street Dubbo
- Brisbane Street, corner Brisbane and Talbragar streets Dubbo
- Talbragar Street railway corridor, between Darling and Macquarie streets Dubbo
- Church Street car park, between Church Street and Myer car park Dubbo
- Dubbo Visitor Information Centre car park, between Macquarie and Bligh streets
- Dubbo Macquarie Regional Library car park, between Macquarie and Bligh streets
- Wellington CBD area
FREE ON STREET PARKING
- Bligh Street, between Erskine and Bultje streets
- Eastern side of Darling Street, between Wingewarra and Talbragar streets Dubbo
- Eastern side of Brisbane Street, between Bultje and Cobra streets Dubbo
- Church Street, between Brisbane Street and Carrington Avenue Dubbo
- Wellington CBD area
OFF STREET PARKING WITH RESTRICTIONS
- Myer car park, Brisbane Street - 3 hour parking
- Council Administration Building eastern car park, entrance Darling Street Dubbo - 1 hour parking
PARKING SENSOR ROLLOUT
Dubbo Regional Council (DRC) will trial car parking sensor technology in Dubbo’s Central Business District (CBD) to alleviate challenges local businesses face around customer car parking availability.
DRC have installed car parking sensors in 150 car spaces along parts of Church, Macquarie and Brisbane Streets. The three-year car parking sensor project trial will commence from Monday 22 August 2022. The existing parking limits will remain unchanged.
The in-ground sensor is a small electronic device that is installed in the road surface within the parking bay to detect and record the time a vehicle arrives and departs the bay. The sensor records vehicle arrival time and if the vehicle overstays the maximum time permitted in the bay. Parking officers are alerted of overstay vehicles in the area. Parking officers may then attend the site of the over-stayed vehicle and determine if a parking infringement needs to be issued. The sensors are programmed to allow for our grace periods of 15 minutes over in a 1P (1 hour) and 20 minutes in a 2P (2 Hour) zone. The sensors are extremely accurate and reliable. Each day an automatic health check is processed to ensure the sensor is working correctly.
As part of the trial Council will investigate the use of technology to launch an app, which can display real-time visibility of available parking on those areas with sensors.
PARKING INFRINGEMENT NOTICES
If you have been issued a parking fine, you have 21 days to pay the NSW Government Infringement Processing Bureau.
- Online at Revenue NSW (Bankcard, MasterCard and Visa Card accepted)
- Phone 1300 138 118 (Bankcard, MasterCard and Visa Card accepted)
- Post the payment slip with a cheque made payable to the Infringement Processing Bureau, PO Box 4444, Parramatta NSW 2124. (Write the infringement number clearly on the back of the cheque.)
- Post Billpay
- In person at any Post Office.
- In person at any Service NSW or via the Service NSW app.
HOW TO APPEAL
Please direct all of your appeals/ review to Revenue NSW.
An appeal on a parking infringement will only be recognised where there is exceptional circumstances which may arise from an emergency or the vehicle was mechanically inoperable.
All other contested breaches are to be adjudicated by the court system (nominate the 'court elect' option on the back of the infringement notice).
Last Edited: 13 Dec 2022