Driving in to Auckland city and unsure of where to find a parking spot? Check out our list below of the main Auckland city car parks, to help you find a great parking spot in the city centre. We've also gathered a list of the best parking deals available at each so no matter where you park, you'll get a great deal and can focus on the reason you're visiting.  

Viaduct and waterfront: 

Britomart: 

  • Britomart car park 
    First two hours are free when you spend $10 or more at a Britomart business and provide a receipt. 

Inner city centre: 

  • Victoria Street car park 
    $4 per hour weekdays, $2 per hour to a maximum of $10 on evenings (from 6pm), weekends and public holidays. 
  • Chancery car park 
    There is a $5* deal (*with $1.10 with booking fee) fixed rate on weeknights (after 5pm) and weekends, available with an exclusive Heart of the City code. Click here for the details. There are more great discounts available when you book your spot online at the Secure Parking website.

Aotea Arts Quarter Area: 

  • Civic car park 
    $4 per hour on weekdays, $12 flat fee on weeknights (after 6pm until close). $2 per hour on weekends.

Sky City area: 

  • Federal Street car park 
    There is a $5* deal (*with $1.10 with booking fee) fixed rate on weeknights (after 5pm) and weekends, available with an exclusive Heart of the City code. Click here for the details. There are also great discounts available for weekdays when you book your spot online at the Secure Parking website. 
  • Nelson Street car park 
    $2.50 per 30 minutes during weekdays. 
    $2.50 per hour and $5 maximum for weeknights (after 6pm) and weekends.
  • SkyCity Main car park
    Early bird parking $13.50, enter between 6am and 9am and exit between 3pm and 6pm on the same day (Single entry and exit). 
    Super Saver Parking available which includes $7 for the first hour and $3.50 for every hour or part hour after that. See terms and conditions for this here

City Works Depot: 

Road closures

Right outside the door of some of the city centre’s favourite shops, bars, restaurants and arts venues, streets are being transformed and beautiful new spaces are emerging. You might want to factor some of the current construction hotspots into your journey in, out, and around the city centre - to see what's in progress at the moment, visit progressakl.co.nz

Parking rates and details correct at time of publishing. 

Last updated: 12 January 2021

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