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Monthly parking leases Monthly parking leases

Monthly car parking is available at some Auckland Transport (AT) car parks.

Check availability

To check availability, go to the expression of interest form - if the car park appears in the dropdown list, then leases are available and you can continue to apply.

Some car parks do not have leases available. We do not have a waitlist. 

Apply for monthly car parking

All car parking leases are for a minimum of 3 months. If you cancel the car park within 3 months of the start date, you will be charged an early-termination fee ($100).

To apply for a monthly car park space, you need to fill out the expression of interest form.

Processing your application

  • Once we have received your expression of interest, we will contact you within 4 working days.
  • If we can offer you a car park, we will send details of your licence agreement and ask you to supply one form of photo ID (passport or NZ driver license) and complete a signed direct debit form.
  • If your application is successful, you will receive an identification label to put on your windscreen, an access card or remote control (one per leased space) and access instructions.

Please note: Parking spaces are not guaranteed until all documentation is received and accepted. While we do our best to grant a car park at your selected location(s), we cannot guarantee the availability of a parking space.


  • The cost of monthly car parking depends on the car park and type of licence.
  • Payment is by direct debit only.
  • Payments are made monthly, in advance, at the start of the calendar month.
  • You will receive your initial invoice at the start of the first full month. It will include all charges from the start date to the end of the first full month.
  • All costs include GST.

Car park location and price

Central Auckland

Car park Type and monthly cost
Beresford Square, CBD Fringe

Reserved allocated - $200

Micro car bay - $90

Access control: Remote.

Burleigh Street, Grafton

Lease parking is no longer available at Burleigh Street car park.

Civic car park, CBD

Reserved allocated, Levels 1 and 2: $510

Access control: Card.

Downtown car park, CBD

Reserved allocated, Ground level or Level 8 (rooftop) - $510

Reserved unallocated - $373

Micro bays - $264

Carpool parking,10% discount (conditions apply).

Access control: Licence plate recognition

Fanshawe Street car park, CBD

Reserved allocated - $368

Garfield Street, Parnell

Reserved allocated - $175

Greys Avenue, CBD

Reserved allocated - $280

Matiatia, Waiheke Island

Reserved unallocated - $165

Newton Road car park, CBD

Reserved allocated - $130

Victoria Street car park, CBD

Reserved allocated, Levels G to 5: $510

Reserved unallocated, Levels 6 to 20: $312

Micro bays - $264
Carpool parking,10% discount (conditions apply).

Access control: Licence plate recognition

West Auckland

Car park Type and monthly cost

McCrae Way, New Lynn

Reserved allocated, Level 3 - $160

Access control: Remote.

Trading Place car park, Henderson

Reserved allocated, Basement - $150

Access control: Remote.

North Shore

Car park Type and monthly cost
Anzac car park, Takapuna Reserved - $205

Channel View Road, Takapuna

Reserved allocated - $190

South Auckland

Car park Type and monthly cost

Ronwood Ave, Manukau

Reserved allocated, Ground level (outdoor) - $160
Reserved allocated, Ground level (indoor) - $200

Access control: Licence plate recognition

AMI car park, Manukau

Reserved allocated - $135

Amersham Way car park, Manukau

Reserved allocated - $115

Kotuku car park, Manukau

Reserved allocated - $115

Types of monthly car parking

We do not offer 24-hour / 7-days-a-week garaging options.

Reserved allocated

  • You are allocated a specific parking space for use during business hours (7am to 6pm) and evenings.
  • After 6pm weekdays, at weekends and public holidays, you can park anywhere free of charge during the car park's operating hours.
  • You can enter and exit the car park as often as you like during its operating hours.
  • If other customers park in your allocated space during business hours, you can ask to have them towed.

Reserved unallocated

  • You are guaranteed a non-specific parking space during business hours (7am to 6pm) and evenings.
  • After 6pm weekdays, at weekends and public holidays, you can park free of charge anywhere during the car park's operating hours.
  • You can enter and exit the car park as often as you like during its operating hours.

Micro car bays

  • Some car parks have dedicated spaces for smaller cars, eg. Toyota Echo/Vitz, Suzuki Swift or similar.
  • You can enter and exit the car park as often as you like during its operating hours.


  • Vehicles with a minimum of 3 occupants can apply to receive a discount on lease parking in Downtown and Victoria car park (subject to availability).

Access to car park

Licence plate recognition (LPR)

Some of our car parks use a licence plate recognition (LPR) system for entry and exit.

  • Our licence plate recognition (LPR) system reads your vehicle licence plate number, and raises the barrier arm when you enter and exit the car park building. 
  • We need to know the vehicle licence plate numbers for the vehicles that park in your lease space.
  • No access card or remote is needed.

Remote - McCrae Way car park

  • First remote: $150 bond (refundable on return).
  • Replacement fee (if lost or damaged): $150.

Remote - other car parks

  • First remote: $100 bond (refundable on return).
  • Replacement fee (if lost or damaged): $100.

Entry/exit card

  • First card: $15 (non-refundable).
  • Replacement fee (if lost or damaged): $30.

Making changes

Changing vehicle details

If you need to change your vehicle details or postal address, you must let us know in writing. Please include your name, customer number and new vehicle details (registration, make and colour).

Cancelling your lease

Monthly car parking agreements are ongoing. If you want to cancel your monthly parking, you need to send us one month's written notice. Please include your name, customer number, and the car park (and space number, if applicable).

How to notify us

  • Email:
  • Post: Auckland Transport, Private Bag 92250, Auckland 1142, Attention: Car Park Leasing Team.

Licence plate recognition (LPR) 

Some of our car parks use a licence plate recognition (LPR) system for entry and exit.

We must know the vehicle licence plate numbers for all the vehicles that use your lease space, so that the barrier arm will open for you on entry and exit.

Please keep us updated with your licence plate numbers, email 

Multiple vehicles listed to use one car park lease space

You can list more than one vehicle to use one car park space, at no extra cost.

When the first vehicle enters the car park, this vehicle will be recorded as using the lease space. Any other vehicles on the list will then be blocked from automatically entering. To enter, the driver must push the Call button on the entrance machine to talk to the parking team. You will be prompted to take a paper ticket from the machine, and will need to pay at the machine before exiting.

Using a temporary vehicle

Please advise us as early as possible if you are using a temporary vehicle, preferably 2 days before using that vehicle.

If you are in the car park and have not advised us of the change of vehicle, press the Call button on one of the payment machines or the exit machine to speak with the parking team.

Please note that if you have not advised us of a change of vehicle, you may need to pay for casual parking.

When you are no longer using the temporary vehicle, contact us so we can remove this vehicle from our system. If not removed, this vehicle will be able to enter and park in your lease space.

Learn more about licence plate recognition.

Assistance needed in car park

If you need help while in a car park building, press the Call button on the entry access machines or payment machines.


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