Free Weekend Parking

Saturday 16 October 2021 - Sunday 26 December 2021
Weekends Only

Wilson Parking - Darling Park, 201 Sussex St
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Spend $30 at Cockle Bay Wharf venue 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 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 $30 or more at any one of our venues below. That means you can now drive in and park for free while you enjoy 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 next to the Lindt Chocolate Café for validation. Offer valid until 26 December 2021.

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.  

Blackbird Cafe 
Blackbird Café’s intimate setting is perfect for date night. We recommend splitting a serving of salt and pepper squid and their signature Classic Prosciutto pizza, topped with mozzarella, rocket leaves, Grana Padana cheese and a delightful balsamic glaze.
Total Offer Cost: $50 

Pontoon Bar 
Jacko’s pop-up has taken over Pontoon Bar, and with it comes waterfront burgers with your mates. The Jacko’s Chicken has succulent grilled breast, with fresh lettuce, tomato and onion, topped with cheese and Jacko’s secret burger sauce. The Aussie has a classic smashed beef patty, plus bacon, pineapple and beetroot with fresh salads. It might get messy so be sure to get plenty of napkins!  
Total Offer Cost: $32.50 

Café Del Mar Sydney
Café Del Mar is back at Cockle Bay Wharf, bringing with them their iconic rooftop tapas menu. These scrumptious morsels bring the Mediterranean to life, perfect for a sunset soiree overlooking Darling Harbour. Our two top picks are the Chargrilled Octopus with chilli and tomato, and the Tuna Tartar with lime, avocado, shallots, and jalapeños. 
Total Offer Cost: $38.00

Nick’s Seafood Restaurant
Nick’s Seafood is a Sydney icon, serving up fresh seafood on Cockle Bay Wharf’s promenade. Back open after their first closure in 22 years, their team of chefs are busy preparing your next seafood feast. To experience the full Nick’s service, we recommend Nick's Fisherman's Basket, with fried catch of the day, tempura soft shell crab, golden tempura king prawns, panko crumbed calamari rings with chips & homemade tartare sauce.
Total Offer Cost: $40.00

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. Sydney’s Chinese Garden of Friendship lets you wander serene pathways and take in exotic plants, blooming flowers and a lake of shimmering Koi.