Leading Australian car park provider Care Park has been named a finalist in the Parking Australia Outlook 2019 Awards.

Care Park entered the Outstanding New Car Park development category showcasing its Opera car park development in Budapest, Hungary.

The car park is a showcase of Care Park’s Australian innovation, technology and people, exporting these to Central Europe to revolutionised the customer experience at the Opera car park in Budapest which services the Hungarian National Opera, theatre district and high-end shopping precinct.

The car park operated as a semi-automated and manual operation in a large 400 plus bay car park over 10 levels with dual two-street entry /exit points and was in a dilapidated state.

Care Park has utilized its experience, technology and innovation developed in Australia, with our Australian management team spending time in Budapest, to recruit and train a local management team who also spent time in Australia.

These Australian-developed systems, technology and expertise have fully transformed the level of parking service in Hungary.

In a further boost to Care Park’s presence in the Outstanding Car Park Development category, two other finalists in this category are car park developments managed by Care Park. These are: City of Stonnington – Prahran Square Car Park and Whitehorse City Council – Harrow Street Car Park, Box Hill.

The Parking Industry Awards celebrates the achievements of individuals, teams and organisations for excellence, outstanding facilities and innovation throughout the parking industry.

The Awards aim to highlight the industry’s commitment to raising the standards through showcasing best practice and rewarding exceptional contributions to the parking industry.

The award winners will be named at a gala presentation dinner on Thursday 28 November at Metropolis Events in Melbourne with guest presenter comedian, actor, television and radio presenter Anthony ‘Lehmo’ Lehmann.

The Awards aim to highlight the industry’s commitment to raising the standards through showcasing best practice and rewarding exceptional contributions to the parking industry.



Mobile access technology company Kisi has undertaken research examining which cities around the world promote the most holistic work-life balance based on work intensity, institutional support, legislation, livability and stress levels.

Of the top 15 cities, Care Park has parking operations which provide state-of-the-art parking facilities that enhance the driver experience in three of the top 15 cities – Sydney, London and Budapest.

The top 15 cities listed – on the basis of vacations taken, paid maternal and parental leave, commuting, access to mental healthcare, city stress, air pollutants and leisure – were, in order, as follows: Helsinki, Munich, Oslo, Hamburg, Stockholm, Berlin, Zurich, Barcelona, Paris, Vancouver, Ottawa, London, Toronto, Budapest and Sydney.

The Care Group continues to grow its global footprint providing parking and building management services across Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, the UK and Hungary creating more reasons for making the world’s top cities more livable.


Care Park’s Triple C approach – company, customers and community champions the human face of parking to create a safer environment for parkers and rough sleepers.

Care Park has formed partnerships with Launch Housing, St Vinnies and our corporate clients to provide rough sleepers using our car parks a safer housing environment.

Care Park sales and marketing manager, Jenna White, held discussions with Launch Housing, one of Victoria’s largest providers of housing and homelessness support services to form a partnership between Care Park and Launch Housing which has reduced the number of rough sleepers at Care Park car parks by 40%  and giving them safer accommodation and housing instead of simply reporting them to police and councils to move them on.

Care Park understands that homelessness as a growing problem in major metropolitan cities. Care Park was Jenna White’s major sponsor in the 2018 CEO Sleep out raising significant funds for the homeless organisations that house and accommodate rough sleepers.

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Leading car park management company Care Park welcomes customers to its new Care Park Park & Fly at 34 Airpark Drive, at Auckland Airport in August.

Travelers flying from New Zealand’s busiest airport can book to park at the Care Park-managed facility through Care Park’s online booking portal or earn $1 Airpoints™  for every $50 spent when booking via the Air New Zealand booking portal .

Care Park Managing Director Robert Belteky says the company is pleased to extend its offering for all customers and welcomes Auckland travelers looking to park and fly.

“Care Park is excited to be operating this new airline car park in New Zealand to help travelers take the stress out of domestic and international travel,” Robert Belteky says.

Travelers can book parking ahead of time and know their parking is sorted.

Any travelers flying before 31 October 2019 can enjoy a 20% discount on their bookings.

Flyers wanting to book their Auckland stay with Care Park can book their parking here:



More than 1000 car parks are available at Care Park’s new Park & Fly car park located at 34 Airport Drive, Auckland airport. The car park is fully secure and operates 24 hours, seven days per week.


Care Park is a leading, major parking management group, operating more than 450 car parks in capital cities and provincial centres in New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, UK and Hungary. The company was established 21 years ago and is at the forefront of technology-driven car park solutions in New Zealand and Australia and exporting its knowledge and expertise globally. It operates major car parks at high profile venues such as commercial properties and sports arenas.

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