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Parking Permits

Mosman Council provides Mosman property owners and residents with parking permits for selected residential streets and foreshore parking areas. These are digital permits managed online through vpermit.com.au/mosman

To set up a vPermit account and get a digital permit requires: an email address, NSW Driver Licence with Mosman address (residents), Mosman rates assessment number (property owners), vehicle registration number, and a valid debit or credit card if payment is required.

See how to set up your vPermit account:

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Important: Foreshore parking permit renewals for 2019/20 should be activated via vPermit by 31 July 2019. After this date vehicles parked in foreshore areas without a valid digital permit will be subject to fines.

Please be advised that the vPermit system may be unavailable to process permits between midnight to 12.30am due to daily maintenance.

If you need assistance Council provides self-service internet kiosks in the Mosman Civic Centre and customer service staff will be happy to help. Please bring any documentation required.

For questions please contact Council on 9978 4000 between 8:30am – 5:00pm Monday to Friday or email parking@mosman.nsw.gov.au

Foreshore Parking Permits

Foreshore parking permits enable residents to park in the following foreshore reserve car parks without paying a fee:

  • Clifton Gardens
  • Balmoral South (adjacent to oval)
  • Rosherville
  • The Spit – East, West and Ellery Park

This permit also allows parking in ticketed areas at Balmoral, The Spit, McLean Crescent adjacent Rosherville Reserve and Bradleys Head Road opposite Taronga Zoo for one period up to 3 hours per day, subject to obtaining a free 3 hour ticket from the ticket machines and displaying it on the vehicle dashboard.

Property owners are entitled to one free foreshore parking permit per rateable property. If you reside at the property you can also purchase up to two additional permits at a cost of $57 each.

Mosman residents who do not own a property can apply for up to two foreshore parking permits per rateable property at a cost of $57 each.

Non-residents can apply for various permit types, with fees from $126 to $389 per annum.

A foreshore parking permit can be transferred to a different vehicle up to four times per year at no charge. Permits are due for renewal at the start of each financial year and a reminder will be emailed. Registered clubs eligible for discounts on bulk purchase of foreshore permits should contact Council.

Foreshore Parking Permit map

These maps are indicative only. Parking signage should be observed and followed at all times.

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Resident Parking Scheme

Resident Parking Schemes provide increased opportunity for residents to park their vehicles on the street adjacent to their properties, by exempting them from parking time restrictions.

Council has Residential Parking Schemes in a range of streets across the Mosman area where permits are issued to eligible residents. These permits are valid from 1 November until 31 October of the following year, subject to satisfying the eligibility criteria. To check if your property is within a Residential Parking Scheme area please refer to the Residential Parking Scheme map and then proceed to the online system for processing. Eligibility is based on the number of off-street parking spaces on the property.

Visitor Parking Permits

All properties located in Residential Parking Scheme areas are eligible for Visitor Parking Permits, regardless of their eligibility for a Residential Parking Permit.

Properties are entitled to a maximum of 40 permits per year (1 November to 31 October). The first 10 permits are free, then there is a $2.00 fee for all additional permits. Visitor Permits are valid for a 24 hour period and you need to enter the vehicle registration number when purchasing the Visitor Permit.

Carer Permits

Available on application, please write to Council for your request to be considered.

Resident Parking Scheme map

These maps are indicative only. Parking signage should be observed and followed at all times.

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Mosman Council reserves the right to restrict user’s access to its vPermit system or cancel parking permits if behaviour is detected that is considered a misuse of the system. This includes the application or use of permits by people who are not eligible.