Car Parking

Save money on the cost of parking through Salary packaging

Save both time and money

Whether it’s metred on-street, airport or commercial station parking, you can salary package the expense you incur!

If you work for a registered charity, in public education or for a not for profit scientific institution, and your employer offers car parking as a salary packaging benefit, you may be able to salary package the cost of parking for work.

Car parking is cheaper when you salary package it

Types of car parking benefits

one that applies to you depends on your personal circumstances, including:

Your employer leases a car parking space for you near your work and passes that cost onto you

You personally pay for car parking (e.g. early bird) near work as part of your regular commute to work

Any other car parking expense that you incur

What you need to know

You can salary package the cost of car parking
and pay for it using pre-tax earnings

There’s no limit on the number of car parking tickets you can claim – you can package as many as you like

You can only salary package car parking for
yourself, not for family members

It’s easy to make a claim

You can submit your claims online through your SmartSalary account or the app.

Documents you need are:

Tax invoice with your name on it

Payment receipt which can be used as proof of payment

Am I eligible?

If salary packaging or salary sacrificing car parking interests you, you will need to check your eligibility. This is dependent on your employer's salary packaging policy and your employment status. Use our salary packaging calculator to see which benefits you can package and how much you can save.



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Important: This is general information only. Before entering into any salary packaging or novated leasing arrangement, you should consider your objectives, financial situation and needs, and, seek appropriate legal, financial or other professional advice based upon your own particular circumstances. The availability of benefits is determined by your employer. Conditions and fees apply.