Car Parking At Brisbane’s Myer Centre Carpark.


Brisbane’s CBD is a great place to visit when you have time. There’s lots of shopping, and good restaurants, and getting there is easy. But then after you arrive, you have found a place to park that’s not going to cost more than the rest of the trip put together. Some prime location spots can be prohibitively expensive, but there are a lot of other options. You should consider trying the Myer Center Parking for the great deals and specials they offer.

The Myer Centre Car Park

The car park is open 24 hours, seven days a week, including public holidays. It’s in an easy to find, central location at 86 Elizabeth Street. Payments can be made through cash or a major credit card, but EFTPOS is not available.

Online Booking

The best to get the lowest parking rates is through the Myer Center Parking online booking. Spots can be pre-booked from their website days ahead of time. The minimum advanced notice is 1 hour. The booking will give you a barcode, so you’ll either need to be able to print it, or download it to your phone to check in.  Here’s another page also that you might want to read providing more information about car parking at the Myer Centre such as discounts on parking, contacting the centre, etc.

They offer discounted rates for their online service, so you’ll want to use that whenever possible. The actual cost will depend on what day and time you need the space.

Monday to Friday 3:00 am to 1:59 pm

1 hour $5.00

2 hours $10.00

3 hours $15.00

And over $35.00

Monday to Friday 2:00 pm to 3:59 pm

$10.00 flat rate

Monday to Friday 4:00 pm to 11:59 pm

$5.00 flat rate
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday Rates

$5.00 flat rate

The also offer special prices during certain times of the year, so check their site regularly to see when to get the best deals.

Standard Rates for parking

Standard rates are somewhat higher than the online tariffs. The maximum charge for a single day is $55.00. That parking fees recommence at 7 am the next day, so be careful with overnight parking.

Peak Car Parking Rates

Monday to Friday from 3:00 am to 3:59 pm is their peak period. Charges during this time start at $7 for the first 20 minutes, to $25 for the first hour, and reach the daily maximum of $55 after 3 hours.

They do offer an early bird special with entry between 3:00 am and 9:30 am. It is a flat rate of $22, and you can take your car out anytime between 12noon and 12midnight. Spaces are limited, however, and often fill up.

Weekday Overnight Parking 

Monday to Friday parking with entry between 4:00 pm and 11:59 is available at a flat rate of $10. The car must exit before 7:00 am the next day.

Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday Rates

$10.00 flat rate

Metered Parking

An alternative to Myer Center Parking is the city run metered spots. This can be cheaper for shorter periods, and they have capped rates for full day parking.

Monday to Friday 7 is to 7 pm

First 3 hours $4.40 per hour

4 hour+ $2.70 per hour, capped at $10.00

Monday to Friday 7 pm to 12 am

$2.00 per hour

Saturday and Sunday 7 am to 7 pm

First 3 hours $2.00 per hour

4 hour+ $1.00 per hour, capped at $6.00

Other Options

There are also some online and mobile apps available to help find the best rate for an open spot.

Secure Parking & Wilson Parking

Both companies work in car parks all over the country, including locations in the Brisbane CBD. They offer several different parking products including pre-booked spaces, monthly parking, and early bird specials. Each company has an app available for both Android and iPhones.

They are a newer player in the parking business. Their service is based on providing comparative rates for spaces based on the time and day you need them. Their app is also available for Android and iPhones.

Whatever time or day you are looking for, convenient locations and affordable prices are now easier to find than ever before. In addition to the discounted prices available through online booking, Myer Center Parking offers a secure facility in a convenient location. There’s no reason anymore to driving around hoping to find the right space when with just a little notice, you can pull right into an empty spot.

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