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The Woolwich Residential Parking Scheme allows residents who have inadequate off-street parking to apply for permits to park in their street or neighbouring streets without time restriction. Non-permit holders must comply with the time restrictions in these areas.

The Woolwich Residential Parking Permits are valid until 30 June annually.

At the end of each year, Council will letterbox drop a renewal application form for the next year. All application forms need to be completed and returned to Council for processing. You can either pick up your new sticker for your car and a visitor permit from Council or nominate it to be sent to you.

Streets with Woolwich Residential Parking Permits

  • Margaret Street
  • Alfred Street
  • Edgecliffe Road
  • Elgin Street
  • Franki Avenue
  • Northumberland Street
  • Collingwood Street
  • Gale Street
  • Hunter Street
  • Part Mayfield Avenue

Woolwich Resident Parking Permit Form


The Resident Parking Permit entitles you to unlimited parking in the Clarkes Point Reserve and Buffalo Creek Reserve.

Permits can be obtained from Council, they are not transferrable and can only be used for the nominated vehicle. A printed meter ticket must be displayed in the vehicle while parked in the Reserve.

Obtaining a permit

Complete the Pay and Display Parking Form.

Provide the following:


  • For Private Vehicles: current NSW vehicle registration papers showing the name and current address of the applicant
  • For Company Vehicles: current vehicle registration papers and a Company letter stating that you have sole use of the vehicle on the company letterhead with the ABN


Provide one of the following:

  • Current Driver’s Licence
  • Residential Lease (within last 12 months)
  • Rates Notice (within last 6 months)
  • Electoral Roll

Additional Information

Clarifications regarding the introduction of Pay and Display Parking

Hunter’s Hill Council’s clarifications regarding the introduction of pay and display parking in Clarkes Point Reserve and Buffalo Creek Reserve

1. The expected date of commencement is in the week commencing 5 January 2015 (depending on APARC finalising installation and commissioning)

2. There is no limit on the number of permits for residents and non-resident ratepayers that meet the conditions of the scheme

3. Local families do not have to pay assuming they have applied for a permit

4. Hunters Hill Sailing Club has been the only club to apply for permits for members. Council has resolved to grant permits to non-residents members at a cost of $50

Applying for a permit

Provide copies of both the application form and the supporting documentation.


Permit Form

Customer Service Centre
22 Alexandra Street
Hunters Hill

PO Box 21
Hunters Hill
NSW 2110


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Hunter’s Hill Council

22 Alexandra Street, Hunters Hill NSW 2110
PO Box 21, Hunters Hill NSW 2110
Tel: (02) 9879 9400