Parking in the City is about to get easier With EasyPark

14 November 2019

A new electronic option to pay for parking is coming to the City of Stirling.

The EasyPark pay-by-phone service will offer drivers a smart, fast and flexible way to pay for parking.

It’s quick and easy to register for the service via the free EasyPark smartphone app. Just download the app via the EasyPark website or find it on your smartphone’s app store.

For drivers without a smartphone, simply visit the EasyPark website or phone the EasyPark customer service team on 1300 734 070. Regardless of the mobile phone type, everyone will be able to use the new EasyPark service.

Drivers will be able to use EasyPark to pay for parking in the City’s paid parking areas, once an account is set up and the City has launched the service. EasyPark bills any parking fees directly to the user’s credit or debit card.

The City plans to make the service available to the public this year.

When it comes to using the service: just park your vehicle, then enter the EasyPark area code found on signage in the area (or on nearby parking machines) and choose your preferred parking time. Parking sessions can be extended or ended as needed, enabling drivers to only pay for the parking period they use.

Drivers can also opt in to receive a reminder when their parking session is about to expire.

EasyPark has already been successfully rolled out to other councils and businesses throughout Australia and overseas. With the service now in use in the cities of Vincent, Melville, Swan, Subiaco and South Perth as well as the Town of Cambridge and the Town of Victoria Park, drivers can also use the EasyPark app across the metropolitan area.

EasyPark users will be required to comply with time limits as detailed by location signage. Visit for more information about EasyPark and parking fees and to register for the free service.

All other parking methods will still be available via the City’s parking ticket machines.

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