Sunshine Coast Council has opened a new eight-storey car park in Mooloolaba. With 700 parking spaces, 54 motorcycle spaces and 50 bicycle spaces, the car park will make it easier for people driving to Mooloolaba to park close to the beach, foreshore, shops, cafes and restaurants.
With Mooloolaba attracting an ever increasing number of visitors locally and from outside the region, the new ParknGo Mooloolaba Central car park ensures the availability of parking spaces in the heart of Mooloolaba.
A paid, ticketless parking system will be in place from Monday 18 January 2021. Cameras at the car park entrance will use automated number plate recognition technology to determine when a vehicle enters the car park. On leaving, users will need to pay an exit fee to activate the gate.
In addition, from Monday 18 January 2021, electronic signage will provide information about car parking availability. Signage at the Smith Street entry ramp, intersection point of level 2 and express ramp to upper levels will identify the number of available spaces by level.