FIND YOUR JOURNEY

FIND YOUR JOURNEY

GET ACTIVE

GET ACTIVE

INSPIRE

INSPIRE

Sutherland Shire Leisure Centre has three distinct car parking areas. Configure & separate the car parks via boom gate installations, swipe cards & windscreen stickers. A check of windscreen stickers and ticket displays could result in Infringement Notices issued (a check every 3-4 hours during the Leisure Centre's Hours of Operation).

Car Park 1 is located close to Rawson Avenue Sutherland. This car park should operate like a commercial prepaid parking area of $15 a week per car.
Car Park 2 is located opposite Sylvanvale Garden House. This car park would be free & for the Exclusive use of card holder members & Staff
Car Park 3 is located opposite the Safe Base Charlie (Army Base). This car park would have a combination of free & paid parking for the Centre's Visitor's. 

Car park 1. Currently used by State Rail commuters

  • Boom gate installed, prepaid users are issued with a windscreen sticker and a swipe card
  • Approximately 59 car spaces @ $15 a week X 52 weeks a year = $46, 020
  • Costing users approx $780 a year

Car park 2. Exclusive use for Members & Staff

  • Boom gate installed, windscreen sticker issued and membership card used as a swipe card

Car park 3. For Casual Visitors - 3 to 4 hour limit

  • Ticket machines installed, casual visitors must obtain a free parking ticket from the parking ticket machine and place on their dashboard for display. After the free parking time has expired, users must pay for additional parking.
  • Offenders to be issued with an infringement notice.

User Pays

  • Car park 1 could generate approximately $46,000 a year on the current estimates.
  • The incentive for users to park in Car park 2 could generate an increase in card holder Memberships.
  • Car park 3 would generate revenue for visitors staying longer than 3 to 4 hours.
  • Revenue would be generated by payment of infringement notices.

 

Build Something Beautiful

Sutherland Shire Council  is considering urgent measures to reduce its gas bill,
including lowering swimming pool temperatures, increasing entry fees
and cutting subsidies to swimming programs.

Read More