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A residential parking zone is an area where eligible residents and businesses can apply for parking permits and coupons that give an exemption from parking restrictions.

Your vehicle is subject to parking restrictions and enforcement within the residential parking area unless you have a valid parking permit or coupon. 

Residential parking zone permits and coupons do not guarantee holders a parking space in their street.

Arch Hill

Part or all of street within zone

Bond Street (part of), Brisbane Street (part of), Commercial Road (part of), Cooper Street (part of), Dean Street (part of), Home Street, Keppell Street, King Street (part of), Kirk Street (part of), Monmouth Street (part of), Niger Street, Partridge Street, Potatau Street (part of), Seddon  Street, Waima Street (part of).

Map of Arch Hill residential parking zone

Eden Terrace

Part or all of street within zone

Aitken Terrace (Odd Numbers), Alexander Street, Bright Street, Buchanan Street, Copeland Street, Devon Street, Evelyn Street, Haslett Street, Hesketh Street, King St, Mostyn Street, New Bond Street, Richbourne Street, Suffolk Street, Takau Street, Vailima Way, Virginia Avenue West.

Map of Eden Terrace residential parking zone

Freemans Bay

Part or all of street within zone

Anglesea Street, Arthur Street, Barrie Street, Beresford Street Central, Beresford Street West, Collingwood Street, Costley Street, Elizabeth Street, England Street (excludes east kerb between College Hill and Runnell Street), Franklin Road (part), Georgina Street, Grattan Place, Gunson Street, Gwilliam Place, Hayden Street, Heke Street, Hepburn Street, Howe Street (north of Beresford St Central), Ireland Street (part of), Margaret Street, Middle Street (south kerb), Napier Lane, Napier Street, Paget Street, Pember Reeves Street, Picton Street, Pratt Street, Renall Street, Russell Street, Runnell Street (south kerb), Ryle Street, Sheridan Lane, Smith Street, Spring Street, Tahuna Street, Wellington Street, Winn Road, Wood Street.

Map of Freemans Bay residential parking zone


Part or all of street within zone

Arotau Place, Boyle Crescent, Carlton Gore Road, Claremont Street, Glasgow Terrace, Huntly Avenue, Outhwaite Lane, Parkfield Terrace, Park Avenue (part of), Park Road (part of), Seafield View Road.

Map of Grafton residential parking zone

Grey Lynn

Part or all of street within zone

Ariki Street, Arnold Street, Beaconsfield Street (part of), Chamberlain Street, Cockburn Road (part of), Coleridge Street (part of), Crummer Road (part of), Dickens Street, Dryden Street (part of), Elgin Street, Farrar Street, Grosvenor Street (part of), Harcourt Street (part of), Jessel Street, Julian Street, Leighton Street, Mackelvie Street (part of), Millais Street, Murdoch Road (part of), Northland Street (part of), Prime Road, Richmond Road (part of), Rose Road (part of), Scanlan Street (part of), Schofield Street (part of), Selbourne Street (part of), Sussex Street (part of), Turakina Street (part of), Wallingford Street, Williamson Avenue (part of).

Mount Eden

Part or all of street within zone

Brentwood Avenue, Edenvale Crescent, Edenvale Park Road, Graysons Lane, Horopito Street, Kawaka Street, Kelly Street, Punga Street, Sylvan Avenue East, Sylvan Avenue West, Wright Spur, Wynyard Road.

Map of Mt Eden residential parking zone

Mount Eden Central

Part or all of street within zone

Alderley Road, Batger Road, Bellevue Road, Bourne Street, Carrick Place, Charlton Avenue, Esplanade Road, Hillside Crescent North, Hillside Crescent South, Horoeka Avenue, Kamahi Street, Leamington Road, Lisnoe Avenue, Lovelock Avenue, Mount Eden Road, Oaklands Road, Percy Street, Puka Street, Rautangi Road, Sherbourne Road, Sydenham Road, View Road.


Part or all of street within zone

Almorah Place, Maungawhau Road and Seccombes Road.


Part or all of street within zone

Alberon Place, Alberon Street, Avon Lane, Avon Street, Balfour Road, Bridgewater Road, Burrows Avenue, Canterbury Place, Cleveland Road (part of), Corunna Avenue, Gladstone Road, Judges Bay Road, Rota Place, St Georges Bay Road (part of), St Stephens Avenue (part of), Staffa Street, Stanwell Street, Stratford Street, Taurarua Terrace, The Strand.

Updated Parnell Parking zone.

Parnell Central

Part or all of street within zone

Aorere Street, Bath Street, Bedford Street, Bradford Street, Cracroft Street, Churton Street, Earle Street, Garfield Street, Gibraltor Crescent, Heather Street, Ngahere Terrace, Ruskin Street, Scarborough Terrace, Windsor Street, York Street.

Parnell East

Part or all of street within zone

Awatea Road, Ayr Street, Brighton Road, Crescent Road, Elam Street, Freemont Street, Glanville Terrace, Judge Street, Laurie Avenue, Lee Street, Lichfield Road, Logan Terrace, Papahia Street, St Stephens Avenue (part of), Takutai Street, Tohunga Crescent, Waitoa Street.

Parnell South

Part or all of street within zone

Birdwood Crescent, Cathedral Place, Claybrook Road, Cowie Street, Domain Drive, Maunsell Road, ​Sarawia Street.


Part or all of street within zone

Bayard Street, Brown Street, Clarence Street, Cowan Street, Douglas Street, Fitzroy Street, Islington Street, John Street, Kent Street, Lincoln Street, Mira Street, Norfolk Street, O'Neill Street, Pompallier Terrace (between Ardmore Road and Redmond Street), Ponsonby Terrace, Prosford Street (between Provost and Blake Streets), Provost Street, Richmond Road (between Lincoln and Scanlon Streets), Scott Street, Sheehan Street, Stuart Street, Summer Street, Tole Street, Vermont Place, Vermont Street.

Map of Ponsonby residential parking zone


Part or all of street within zone

Ada Street, Belmont Terrace, Lauriston Avenue, Mamie Street and Middleton Road.

St Marys Bay

Part or all of street within zone

Cameron Street, Caroline Street, Dedwood Terrace, Dublin Street, Dunedin Street, Green Street, Harbour Street, London Street, Melford Street, New Street, Selby Square, Seymour Street, St Francis de Sales Street, St Marys Road (numbers 19, 21, 24-89), Vine Street, Waitemata Street, Yarborough Street, Hackett Street, Swift Avenue, Ring Terrace. Amiria Street and Percival Parade.

Map of St Marys Bay residential parking zone


Part or all of street within zone

Bracken Avenue, Burns Avenue (part of), Byron Avenue (part of), Huron Street (part of), Northcroft Street (part of), Park Avenue, Sanders Avenue, Tennyson Avenue.

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Can Women's Refuge help around issues with children?

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Getting out

The most important thing is for you and your children to get out safely. It is important to know that leaving a violent relationship can be one of the most dangerous times for women and children so it is important to make a safety plan around leaving and keep your plans confidential. Below are some tips to help you make a plan.

  • If you can, pack a bag with bare necessities and important documents that you can leave with someone you trust. Include important documents such as passport, birth certificate, bank account details, driver’s licence, and bank cards and other things like medicines.

  • Know abuser's schedule and safe times to leave.

  • Contact us for guidance or a safe place to stay for you and your children.

Getting help

We warmly welcome all women and their children to access our support, advocacy and crisis accommodation. If you need help or have questions, use our live chat to get in touch.

making a plan

The safety of you and your children (if you have them) will be your primary concern. If you’re not ready or cannot safely leave, here are some things you can do to stay safe now.

  • Make a safety plan with the guidance of a refuge advocate.

  • Get yourself a pre-paid phone; keep it charged and safe.

  • Keep photocopies of important documents (passport, birth certificate, bank account details, medical notes, driver's licence, etc) and store these at the home of a supportive friend or family member.

  • Keep a journal of all violent incidents, noting dates and events.

  • If you can, open your own bank account and try to save some money.

  • If you have pets you are worried about, consider them in your safety plan.

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Contacting NCIWR

Any emergency relating to domestic violence should be directed to 111 for New Zealand Police assistance.

If you request assistance through this website, we will endeavour to respond as soon as we can. If you require advocacy services phone 0800 REFUGE or 0800 733 843 to talk to a refuge in your area within New Zealand. All member refuges of NCIWR are listed on our main website ( If you do visit the Women’s Refuge Website, please note that it is a traceable site so we recommend you use the online safety tips found on this web application to visit safely.

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Changes to our privacy policy

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If You’re In
Immediate danger

If you fear for your safety:

  1. Run outside and head for where there are other people.
  2. Ask someone to call 111
  3. If you have children take them with you if you can
  4. Don't stop to get anything else