• Announcement

    APARC awarded City of Palmerston tender

    APARC is over the moon, having won the supply, installation and maintenance of ticket machines for the City of Palmerston in the Northern Territory. This win cements APARC’s 98% dominance throughout the entire state. Council representatives have been a pleasure to work with, and we look forward to a long and successful partnership. A smooth and speedy installation is expected within the next 65 days.

  • APARC introduces ApplePay

    ApplePay arrives at APARC

    A world first, APARC is excited to announce the implementation of ApplePay across all Parkeon on-street parking meters in Australia from Perth to Bondi and from Darwin to Launceston in early November 2016.

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  • Announcement

    Byron Bay’s parking system delivers results

    Following APARC’s successful tender for Byron Bay council, their new parking system has exceeded expectations, delivering remarkable improvement in terms of turnover and compliance. The council are so pleased with these results, they have requested that APARC supply a number of additional meters across the city (it’s a request we never get tired of hearing!)

  • Announcement

    Monash University places another order

    The recently-added Parkeon equipment in place at Monash University has been such a success, they’re already back for more! The university’s fleet of parking meters will be expanded even further in the coming months.

  • Announcement

    City of Burnie to add 10 new meters

    After recently joining the APARC family in November 2015, the City of Burnie is already back for more, requesting 10 brand new parking meters to add to their streets. We’re always happy to help make life easier for our clients.

  • Announcement

    A dozen meters on their way to Launceston

    Launceston is a city on the rise, and they need a parking system to match, with APARC supplying an additional 12 parking meters to keep up with demand.

  • Announcement

    Lane Cove grows their fleet by 45

    Parking in Sydney’s north just got a whole lot easier, with Lane Cove Council choosing to install 45 extra parking meters.

  • Announcement

    A big investment for Townsville

    A longtime partner of APARC, Townsville Council continue to upgrade their parking system with the addition of 72 state-of-the-art meters.

  • Announcement

    40 new meters for the City of Bunbury

    APARC is pleased to announce that the City of Bunbury has decided to extend its current fleet of parking meters by 40, to help ease the flow of vehicles in this growing city.