You may have noticed the road works around our Queenstown office and library located on Gorge Road. Don’t worry, both are still open so pop in and see our friendly team! For information on the road works underway, please visit our Major Projects page.

The Frankton and Wānaka Transfer Station facilities will close every Sunday, starting 27 November until 8 January 2023, due to staff shortages. Both facilities will be open 8.00am-5.00pm Monday to Saturday. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

PayMyPark

Download PayMyPark and pay for parking with your smartphone.

With the PayMyPark parking app you will be able to pay for your parking from your smartphone and extend your time remotely. No more searching for coins, no receipt needed and pay only for your actual parking time.

Available at Council parking locations throughout Queenstown.

Using PayMyPark

Download PayMyPark for free from the iTunes Apple Store or Google Play

If you don't have a smartphone, you can pay for parking using the PayMyPark website.

You can choose to pay per session as a casual user, or set up an account.

Casual users pay a fee on each transaction (50c), while account holders only pay when they transfer money to their PayMyPark account. Account holders can also use a start-stop function, which means they only pay for the time they've parked.

Businesses can set up one account for all staff members to use. 

Further information and videos are on the PayMyPark website.

Benefits of using PayMyPark

  • You only pay for the time you've parked – no need to guess how long you need to pay for parking.

  • You can receive an alert when your paid parking is about to expire and extend your time remotely (time restrictions still apply).

  • If you finish early, you can stop the parking time and get a refund to your account.

  • Businesses can simplify their parking costs with one account for all vehicles.

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