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  • in zones designated for people with disabilities
  • in an area controlled by a parking sign (including parking meters) indicating a time limit of less than 30 minutes – for a maximum of 30 minutes
  • in an area controlled by a parking sign (including parking meters) indicating a time limit of between 30 minutes and one hour – for a maximum of two hours
  • in an area controlled by a parking sign (including parking meters) indicating a time limit of one hour or longer – for twice the time indicated on the sign.

2Apply for a Disability Care Organisation Parking Permit

A disability care organisation that transports people who are members of the Transport Access Scheme can apply for a parking permit if the care organisation is an incorporated body

A fee of $50.00 applies for each permit.

Applications take approximately 3 weeks.

3Rules associated with using you Australian Disability Parking Permit

  • your permit must be displayed with its permit and expiry date clearly able to be seen from outside the car
  • you must leave the car when it is parked displaying the Australian Disability Parking Permit

4Replace a lost, stolen or damaged Australian Disability Parking Permit

If your Australian Disability Parking Permit is lost, stolen or damaged you can apply for a replacement permit.

The cost of a replacement Australian Disability Parking Permit is $11.00.  The cost is waived if you have a police report stating your Permit was stolen.

Apply for a replacement Australian Disability Parking Permit:

  • online or
  • download and print this form and take it to a Service Tasmania (link to Service Tasmania) shop or
  • go to a Service Tasmania shop

Replacement Permits take approximately 3 weeks to arrive.