Parking Restrictions Around HBF PARK

As you may be aware, HBF Park (nib Stadium) is used for a number of sporting and non-sporting events.

Visitors

The best way to get to HBF Park is by bus or train. The City encourages the use of public transport. Buses frequently run to and from the Perth/East Perth area, near the Oval from across the metropolitan area.  HBF Park is also well served by trains, with East Perth, Claisebrook and McIvor stations in close proximity to the Park. For more information contact Transperth on 13 62 13 or visit www.transperth.wa.gov.au.

During matches and events, parking around HBF Park is restricted and available only to residents. Please note that all vehicles parked in the area surrounding the Park must have an active e-permit during the restricted time period, which is 2pm to 11pm on the day of the event, as these restrictions are strictly enforced, with infringements being issued to vehicles not having an active e-permit. 

It is important to understand the signage erected in the streets around the Park.

On event days, the top sign is the most important, as this indicates what dates the events are on at HBF Park, and therefore these dates, between 2pm and 11pm, are only for residents and/or their visitors to park on the street, provided they have an active e-permit. 

The bottom sign indicates the standard restriction(s) that are applicable on non-event days.

HBF Park event signage

For Perth Glory games you can park at the following locations;

Pier Street (east & west side) between Brisbane Street and Brewer Street (Ticket parking - $3.10 per hour) (Pier Street Machines accept coin payment or EasyPark only). *Note* please do not park on the far western side of Pier Street (slip lane) as this is a residential zone.

Brewer Street (North side only) between Pier Street & Lord Street (Ticket parking - $3.10 per hour).

Stirling Street (centre of Street) between Parry Street and Brisbane Street (Ticket parking - $3.10 per hour).

You can also park on Loton Park (ACROD permit holders only) (entry of Lord Street), the fees are $10 per vehicle if you are an ACROD permit holder. 

Brisbane Street car park. Ticket parking 7am – Midnight, Monday – Sunday at $3.00 per hour. No time restriction. First hour free with ticket.

You can also park at East Perth train station.  This is currently free

There is also a commercial area East of Lord Street between Summers Street and Edward Street that have time restrictions in office hours. Out of office hours this area has no restrictions (including HBF Park events). 

For Concerts you can park at the following locations;

Brewer Street (North side only) between Pier Street & Lord Street (Ticket parking - $3.10 per hour).

Stirling Street (centre of Street) between Parry Street and Brisbane Street (Ticket parking - $3.10 per hour).

You can also park on Loton Park (entry of Lord Street).The fees are $20 per vehicle and $10 per vehicle if you are an ACROD permit holder.

Brisbane Street car park. Ticket parking 7am – Midnight, Monday – Sunday at $3.00 per hour. No time restriction. First hour free with ticket.

You can also park at East Perth train station.  This is currently free.

There is also a commercial area East of Lord Street between Summers Street and Edward Street that have time restrictions in office hours. Out of office hours this area has no restrictions (including HBF Park events). 

For Western Force games you can park at the following locations;

Pier Street (east & west side) between Brisbane Street and Brewer Street (Ticket parking - $3.10 per hour) (Pier Street Machines accept coin payment or EasyPark only). *Note* please do not park on the far western side of Pier Street (slip lane) as this is a residential zone.

Brewer Street (North side only) between Pier Street & Lord Street (Ticket parking - $3.10 per hour).

Stirling Street (centre of Street) between Parry Street and Brisbane Street (Ticket parking - $3.10 per hour).

You can also park on Loton Park (ACROD permit holders only) (entry of Lord Street), the fees are $10 per vehicle if you are an ACROD permit holder. 

Brisbane Street car park. Ticket parking 7am – Midnight, Monday – Sunday at $3.00 per hour. No time restriction. First hour free with ticket.

You can also park at East Perth train station.  This is currently free

There is also a commercial area East of Lord Street between Summers Street and Edward Street that have time restrictions in office hours. Out of office hours this area has no restrictions (including HBF Park events). 

Residents

In an effort to ensure that any inconvenience to residents is kept to a minimum, the Council has approved Residential Parking Zones to operate on event days.

An e-mail alert system has been developed so that residents can be notified of up-coming restrictions via e-mail. To be included on the e-mail alert system, please send an e-mail to hbf.parking@vincent.wa.gov.au and type ALERT in the subject line.

Residents' must ensure that their vehicle registration and any of their visitors vehicle registrations, which are parked on the street, are in the active box of their e-permit account.

Additional one-day temporary permit(s) may be approved for a specific purpose. Temporary permits may be applied for through your e-permit account. Please allow at least 24 hours notice for the request to be considered.

There will be a full complement of both full-time and temporary Rangers on duty for each event and they will strictly enforce the City's Local Laws. Where a vehicle is deemed to be illegally parked it will incur a fine of $95.00. If a Ranger considers the vehicle to be causing an obstruction it may also be towed away to an impound yard.

More Information

Contact Ranger Services on 9273 6000 or email mail@vincent.wa.gov.au.