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Parking on the Northern Beaches

With the introduction of B-Line, the new frequent and reliable bus service connecting Mona Vale to Wynyard, there will also be 6 new car parks, providing up to 900 new car spaces for commuters. The car parks will provide accessible parking, bike racks or sheds.

Each car park has been designed for public transport customers to easily connect to a nearby transport hub or B-Line stop.

Transport Park&Ride car parks

Transport Park&Ride aims to provide more parking spaces for public transport users who can use their Opal card to access up to 18 hours of free parking.

Address Parking hours Walking directions

Dee Why
PCYC Building
40 Kingsway
Dee Why

5.30am to midnight Monday to Saturday
6.30am to midnight Sundays and Public Holidays
Walking directions to the Dee Why Park&Ride Car Park from the Dee Why B-Line bus stop, on Pittwater Rd
  1. Walk north-east on Pittwater Rd/A8 towards Howard Ave/St David Ave for 66m
  2. Turn left onto St David Ave and walk for 94m metres
  3. Turn right onto Civic Parade and walk for 120m to arrive at the car park entrance.

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Commuter car parks

Address Parking hours
Corner of Pittwater Road and William Street, Brookvale
(opposite Westfield Warringah Mall)
24 hrs 7 days
Pittwater Road, Narrabeen
24 hrs 7 days
Mona Vale
Corner of Barrenjoey Road and Golf Avenue
24 hrs 7 days

Opening soon

Manly Vale
Corner of Kenneth Road and Condamine Street
Opening 2018
Pittwater Road, Warriewood (adjacent to Rat Park)
Opening 2018