Exploring made easy this Australia Day with Park’nPay

NSW Gov

Having a picnic and exploring the natural beauty of NSW this Australia Day has never been easier with Park’nPay now available in multiple iconic National Parks.

Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government Victor Dominello said the nation-leading Park’nPay app meant people could easily check available parking before setting out for the day.

“Park’nPay is the ultimate co-pilot for motorists wanting to go out and enjoy nature this Australia Day with the app saving people both time and money,” Mr Dominello said.

“We’re making is easier than ever to see the great outdoors. Visitors to our world-famous National Parks can use the Park’nPay app to see the park highlighted in blue which indicates the area in which parking is covered and check to see which National Park has the most car spaces.

“If someone wants to go for a hike in Sydney’s Royal National Park and then drive 20 kilometres within the park to go to the beach, they won’t need to pay again.

“Motorists just need to tap on the parking icons in the app when they are ready to pay as long as they have mobile coverage. Should they not have coverage, they can stand beside a meter and still use their app, or can still pay via a meter, at a visitor centre or at a vehicle entry station.”

Park’nPay is available in more than 60 locations across the State including 13 National Parks.

Mr Dominello said motorists should also add the FuelCheck app to their travel toolkit with real-time fuel prices available at their fingertips.

“Motorists can use FuelCheck to find the best deal at the bowser anywhere in NSW and take the stress out of travel this Australia Day,” Mr Dominello said.

Visit the Park’nPay website for more information.

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