A guide to parking at Essendon Airport
ESSENDON FIELDS PARKING
Essendon Fields has adequate space and a range of parking alternatives for personnel, visitors, and consumers. Two-hour, 90-minute, and 15-minute permit zones, as well as pay-and-display and long-term parking, are available opposite Essendon Fields Airport.
ALL DAY PARKING
Permits: renters have access to designated parking in various spots throughout EF.
Pay and Display: Throughout Essendon Fields, new Pay and Display sections with ticket machines have been set up. Depending on the region, daily rates range from $4 to $8.80.
Long-term parking: Visitors staying for a lengthy period of time will be limited to the pay-and-display carpark located right across the street from the terminal.
RETAIL CUSTOMERS AND VISITORS
Free parking will be available in the shopping center's parking lot for periods of up to 2 hours at a time.
On-street parking will be available for a fee at pay-and-display machines for up to 2 hours in most cases.
Pay and display parking is available in various locations throughout EF for visitors who require parking for the duration of their visit.
PERMIT PARKING FOR RESERVED AREAS
Tenants have access to this service through a licensing agreement with EF.
Prices are available upon request. Permits are valid from Monday through Friday.
Tenants are solely responsible for allocating permits to their respective staff members.
PUBLIC PARKING (PAY & DISPLAY TICKET MACHINES)
$4.80 to $8.80 per day is the going rate (including GST)
Until further notice, weekend parking will be available for free all day.
Parking spaces in the public lot are not reserved.
The Moonee Valley City Council (MVCC) is responsible for patrolling all city streets and public off-street parking lots.
MVCC is in charge of issuing fines. Essendon Fields has no involvement in the appeals process, and all fine revenue is directed to the Melbourne City Council.