Myer Centre Car Park

Overall Rating: 5 out of 10 Based on 2 Reviews

Located in the Myer Centre, Brisbane, QLD.

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    Katlion rated this 5 out of 10

    Written on 22 November 2012 Member since 29 July 2012
    rating-5
    Pros:

    Easy access for people living on the southside. Well lit and popular.

    Cons:

    Very hot in summer. Can be expensive if you don't take advantage of early bird or check entry time for night rates.

    Overall:

    Average.

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  • Kepi rated this 5 out of 10

    Written on 15 January 2012 Member since 30 June 2011
    rating-5
    Pros:

    It's fairly central in the Brisbane CBD for shopping. It's open 24 hours and is fully automated so no built up lines to get out. The weekday early bird price is only $20 if you get in before 9:30am (or up to the quota limit - whichever happens first) and out after 12:00pm.

    Cons:

    The early bird can sometimes reach it's quota (which is limited to parking spots on the lower P3 & P4 levels only). So once the quota is reached (even if before 9:30am limit), then you will be charged casual rates which takes it up to the max. price of $45/day. So if you don't think that you can make it before the quota is cut-off, it's not worth paying more than double. You're probably better off catching the bus or a cab! And remember to pay at the machine before you leave (as I've seen a few get stuck).

    Overall:

    This USED TO BE a clear favourite car park for weekday parking when it had the early bird price (without the quota) - as you knew that as long as you got in before 9:30am you would still be able to get $20 parking. Unfortunately due to the RECENT enforcement of quotas on the early bird (and it being even cut-off as early as 8:15am) it doesn't make it worthwhile taking the risk of driving in - considering you don't know if you're going to get in early enough to pay $20, or not and be stuck paying $45. And other car parks options are limited as some have maximums of up to $70/day.

    But thanks, it's forcing me to either get to work earlier (which will mean I can take the bus anyway) or catch a cab home (if working late) as now that option is cheaper than the risk of $45. If only they would ditch the quota limits and get back to their set early bird times it would be SO much better...

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