Free Weekend Parking

Saturday 16 October 2021 - Sunday 28 August 2022
Weekends and Public Holidays Only

Wilson Parking - Darling Park, 201 Sussex St
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Spend $50 at a Cockle Bay Wharf venue and present your receipt to validate your ticket.

Cockle Bay Wharf is now serving free* parking! Dine at our venues this weekend to claim your free Wilson Parking space.

We’ve partnered with Wilson Parking to make your weekend catch up, special event or dining experience even more convenient. 

When you leave the car at Darling Park on Sussex St - Darling Harbour's most convenient car park, we'll pick up the parking bill when you spend $50 or more at any one of our restaurants or bars. That means you can now drive in and park for free while you enjoy the spectacle of the Sydney International Boat Show, a family day out in Darling Harbour, or arrive in the warmth and comfort of your car for a dinner rendezvous at Cockle Bay Wharf.

To claim this offer, be sure to take your receipt to the security office in Town Square. Offer valid until 31 August 2022.

We’ve put together a few of our favourite ways to make the most out of your weekend at Darling Harbour, including our top menu items and fun activities. You can read on below, see more here, or follow us @cocklebaywharf for the latest from our waterfront restaurants. This offer is limited daily and only available on weekends (Friday | Saturday | Sunday) and NSW Public Holidays

Offer is NOT available to pre-booked parking / parking reserved via the Wilson Parking website. 
Offer not available for events or functions at Dockside or L'Aqua.
Valid only on presentation of receipt on same day.

What’s On in Darling Harbour 
Darling Harbour is home to some of Sydney’s most iconic attractions. You can visit the Australian National Maritime Museum, a great way to spend a day out with the family. There you’ll learn about Australia’s maritime history, including naval battles, migration stories, aquatic sporting achievements and modern beach culture. It's always an adventure at Madame Tussauds Sydney or WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo.  Sydney’s Chinese Garden of Friendship lets you wander serene pathways and take in exotic plants, blooming flowers and a lake of shimmering Koi.