Accessible Parking

Australian Disability Parking Permits are issued by Transport Access Scheme in Tasmania.  

Temporary Australian Disability Parking Permits are issued by City of Launceston for temporary conditions for a period of up to, but not exceeding a maximum of 12 months.

There are a number of designated accessible parking bays within central Launceston.  A current Australian Disability Parking Permit must be displayed when parking in a designated accessible parking bay.

Under the Transport Access Scheme, Australian Disability Parking Permit holders are also entitled an 'extra time' concession for on-street machine parking in central Launceston.

Permit holders must pay for the maximum time available on the machine to receive the extra time concession, after which there is no additional cost. On a one-hour machine, the vehicle may park for 2 hours and on a 3 hour machine the vehicle will be covered to park for up to 6 hours, once the maximum time allowance per signage has been purchased.

In City of Launceston operated car parks, permit holders are entitled to park in the designated parking bays, however no further concessions apply.

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Accessible public toilets and parking bays map


Map instructions

To find an accessible public toilet or parking bay, simply click on the icon to find more information. To filter either accessible public toilet or parking bay, selection your preferred facility on the bottom left-hand corner of the map. 

To find addition information including opening hours and directions to an accessible public toilet or parking bay simply click on an icon. To find directions select the Google or Apple Maps icon to launch directions to your destination.