Nominate your best work over the past 12 months and claim the recognition that you deserve for your innovative projects and investment in smart technologies.

The Parking Industry Awards recognise excellence, outstanding facilities and the use of innovation throughout the business of parking, in addition to high achieving teams and individuals.

The Parking Industry Awards cover seven categories:

  • Outstanding New Car Park Development
  • Outstanding Customer Service
  • Excellence in Technology and Innovation (On Street)
  • Excellence in Technology and Innovation (Off Street)
  • Outstanding Marketing and Communications
  • Parking Young Achiever
  • Parking Organisation of the Year
Please note: To win the Parking Organisation of the Year category entrants must also be a finalist in one of the other categories.

Submissions are quick and easy via Parking Australia’s online system. Submissions are accepted up until 6 September 2019.

Winners will be announced at a presentation dinner on 28 November at Metropolis Events in Melbourne, as part of the 2019 OUTLOOK Conference.

Quick tip - Don’t have time to write a submission? If you have worked with an industry supplier to install recent upgrades to your parking infrastructure, then consider teaming up with your supplier to submit a joint nomination.
Need some inspiration? Check out our Awards case studies with details and descriptions of winning submissions over the past few years.
Warrnambool - The small change that made a big difference

Warrnambool City Council, like many regional councils, had parking issues which needed addressing. Warrnambool were experiencing intense population growth, which was expected to continue, and parking had become a concern for businesses and...

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City of Melbourne's campaign to deter parking in bike lanes

In May 2017, the City of Melbourne was receiving almost daily complaints on social media from cyclists about cars parking in bike lanes. Drivers were persistently disregarding the 'No Stopping' parking signs during peak hours and...

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QUT's award winning Sportsfield Car Park

Traffic congestion used to be a serious problem at QUT's Kelvin Grove campus, often extending beyond the campus to surrounding streets. This was exacerbated by customers circling the campus looking for spaces or queuing to enter a...

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A problem worth solving: Cairns Airport Parking.....

In June 2016 Cairns Airport Parking was losing share to other transport modes including taxis, free drop off and offsite airport parking, showing a 10% loss to other transport modes. Social media platforms had also highlighted another...

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