Find a car park
Car parks in Ku-ring-gai
Report abandoned vehicle or illegal parking
Report an abandoned vehicle or illegal parking
Pay or appeal a fine
If you’ve received a parking fine, visit the State Debt Recovery website or call 1300 138 118 to pay or find out about your other options.
You have 21 days to pay, appeal the fine or elect to contest the fine in court.
Council rangers are responsible for enforcing parking regulations in order to ensure public safety and amenity, however, parking fines are set by Roads and Maritime Services and the NSW Treasury.
Mobility or disability parking permit
You must display both a Mobility Parking Scheme (MPS) Permit and an Australian Disability Parking Permit to park in spots for people with disabilities. Your permit must be clearly displayed on the passenger side of your vehicle. Visit the Roads and Maritime Services website to apply or find out more.
Boat trailer parking
Owners of registered boat trailers that are parked on the street are required to move their trailers every 28 days. This requirement encourages owners to check their boat trailers every 28 days and ensure that they are roadworthy and legally parked.
According to the Impounding Amendment Unattended Boat Trailers Act 2015, trailers are to move at least once every 28 days and must be towed at least as far as a different block section of the same street, passing through an intersection. The boat trailer may then be returned to the original parking position.
Owners of boat trailers are requested to be mindful of where they park their boat trailer, ensuring it is legally parked, as defined by the Road Rules 2014 and be mindful not to impact neighbours and local traffic.