Mobility Parking Scheme

If you wish to use Mobility Parks in New Zealand, you must obtain a Mobility Parking Permit.

A Mobility Parking Permit enables the permit holder to park conveniently close to their destination in accessible reserved parking spaces or park longer than the stated time in some standard car parks and metered spaces.

The Mobility Parking Permit Scheme is an officially recognised concession-parking scheme owned and administered by CCS Disability Action with the cooperation of local doctors and all city and district councils.

We recommend that people visiting New Zealand obtain a short-term Mobility Parking Permit, as permits from other countries are not recognised in all regions. The cost of the permit is NZ$35 and is valid for up to 12 months.

For more information on the Mobility Parking Scheme and to find out how to apply, visit CCS Disability Action's website.

For information on mobility parking in New Zealand, visit this mobility parking website created by CCS Disability Action –

Parking concessions in parking buildings

Parking concessions are now available in some parking buildings in Auckland for Mobility Card Holders. The concession is:

0 - 2 hours free / After 5pm free / Weekends free
(Present your car park entry ticket and mobility card to the cashiers.)

Carparks currently offering this concession are:

  • K Rd (Karangahape Rd) Cross Street Car Park
  • Victoria Street Car Park
  • The Civic Car Park
  • Downtown Car Park