The Church Point Parking Precinct
The Church Point Parking Precinct comprises:
- Church Point Reserve car park on Pittwater Rd,
- a two-level car park on McCarrs Creek Road, opposite the Commuter Wharf, and
- time-limited zones in surrounding streets.
A two-year permanently reserved parking scheme operates on the upper deck for an annual fee issued by Northern Beaches Council. For more information about purchasing a permit for the upper deck: Church Point Parking Reserved Parking Space Scheme. Please note there is currently a waitlist for reserved parking.
A resident’s annual parking sticker is available from the Northern Beaches Council Mona Vale Customer office or online. Permits are valid from 1 September 2022 until 31 August 2023, and half-yearly permits are available from 1 March 2023 until 31 August 2023. Proof of residential address is required. A photo of the front and back of your driver’s licence is required for online and emailed applications.
Pay and display parking meters are available for casual parking for non-permit holders.
The future of parking at Church Point
The issue of parking at Church Point has been a much-debated topic amongst offshore and onshore residents for many years. See Church Point Parking in Issues and Developments for a detailed history and explanation of plans for this area.
Alternatives to parking in Church Point:
- Park in Mona Vale or Warriewood for free and then catch a Keoride (Opens in a new window) – a Transport for NSW initiative.
- Park in Bayview Baths free with a Northern Beaches parking permit and catch a bus
- There are regular bus services from Mona Vale
- Taxis and Uber rides operate in this area