Where You Cannot Park in Whitehorse

You cannot stop or leave a vehicle parked if the Road Safety Road Rules Victoria (2017) do not allow it.

The most common illegal parking situations in the City of Whitehorse are:

  • Parking for longer than the time allowed on the parking sign.
  • Parking in a permit zone where the correct permit is not displayed or no permit is visible.
  • Being double parked.
  • Parking in a school crossing zone (No stopping zone).
  • Parking too close to an intersection or pedestrian crossing.
  • Parking across a lane or private driveway.
  • Leaving less than 3 metres of road clear for traffic.
  • Parking on the wrong side of the road (facing opposite the direction of travel).
  • Parking on a footpath, naturestrip or reservation.
  • Parking in a no stopping zone.
  • Parking in a clearway, bus or transit lane.
  • Parking opposite continuous white lines.

To find out more about how to park legally, visit the VicRoads website.