Picture this: you live in The Ponds or Rouse Hill, NSW and you wake up feeling refreshed, grab your morning coffee, and head out to start another productive day. The last thing you want is to waste precious time circling around the Tallawong Station car park, desperately searching for an empty spot. In this blog post, we'll unveil the secrets to finding parking at Tallawong Station effortlessly. Not only will we guide you through the parking layout, but we'll also reveal how you can predict parking occupancy and check real-time availability using the handy PARKnRIDE app.
Tallawong Station car park is conveniently located adjacent to the station, making it easily accessible for both daily commuters and occasional travellers. Regardless of its generous capacity of over 1,000 parking spaces, commuter can find it difficult to secure a spot at Tallawong Station. The parking is divided into 3 zones:
P1: Total Capacity 152 Spots, entry is located in Conferta Ave.
P2: Total Capacity 455 Spots, entry is located in Aristida St.
P3: Total Capacity 397 Spots, entry is located in Conferta Ave.
Before heading to the commuter parking at Tallawong station, it's recommended to check the parking occupancy to avoid the frustration of arriving at the station and not finding a spot, with PARKnRIDE free mobile app you can check the real-time occupancy This revolutionary application allows you to check the real-time occupancy of Tallawong Station's car park right from the palm of your hand. Gone are the days of driving blindly to the station, only to find the car park bursting at the seams. With the PARKnRIDE app, you can now make informed decisions about your commute, ensuring a seamless parking experience.
Simply download it onto your smartphone from this link, and without having to create an account, the app will show you all the stations that are close to your current location and you can tap on Tallawong Station to gain access to up-to-date information about parking occupancy. The app provides a colour-coded system that represents the availability status of the car park. Green indicates a high number of available spaces, orange signifies moderate availability (below 10%), and red indicates that parking is currently full. With this valuable information at your fingertips, you can time your arrival accordingly, optimising your chances of snagging a parking spot effortlessly. Please note these numbers don't include the disabled spots.
When does it usually get filled?
Historical data show that parking is usually full around 08:00 a.m. in the morning, it's always advisable to be there before that time so you can safely secure a spot as sometimes the occupancy sensors are not accurate, if the parking is full you can use the PARKnRIDE app to check the nearby park and ride options in Kellyville and Schofields station.