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Cheapest Overnight Car Park In Cbd.


KezR33
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Hey guys,

Heading out in the city tomorrow night, going to stay at my Dad's apartment which is located on top of Melbourne Central Station. We figure its cheaper to drive and park rather than paying for 5x2 (Sat and Sun) adult train tickets.

Just wondering if any of you know some cheap parking near Melb central that we can leave the car in over night. We will be getting there before 5pm and leaving after 11am the next morning. It's an old, insured bombodore so we're not concerned about security or anything.

Cheers.

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All weekend or just overnight?

Just over night, Saturday night to be specific.

Doesn't even matter the car park closes as we will be getting there before 5pm on Sat and leaving after 11am on Sunday.

I was thinking Crown is fairly easy to get to, and relatively cheap, even if it is a bit of a walk to Melb central. Is it still a flat rate or per hour?

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Yeh, was going to say old royal women's car park as well. I park there everyday for uni (RMIT), its also on Cardigan st, 3 blocks up from the other Alvin suggested . takes 5 mins to walk from there to melb central. Its 5 or 6 bucks overnight

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Yeh, was going to say old royal women's car park as well. I park there everyday for uni (RMIT), its also on Cardigan st, 3 blocks up from the other Alvin suggested . takes 5 mins to walk from there to melb central. Its 5 or 6 bucks overnight

Now i know, is it always full?

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Nah, it only gets full from 11:30-1:30 each arvo, but you just wait at the bottom and within a couple of mins a car will leave. its 9 bucks all day for students, I used to park at the one you spoke about, was like 14-16 dollars a day and they give you that crappy little coin and the spots are all tiny.... this one you get a ticket so you can come in at 12am at night and still get your car out...

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Nah, it only gets full from 11:30-1:30 each arvo, but you just wait at the bottom and within a couple of mins a car will leave. its 9 bucks all day for students, I used to park at the one you spoke about, was like 14-16 dollars a day and they give you that crappy little coin and the spots are all tiny.... this one you get a ticket so you can come in at 12am at night and still get your car out...

9$ sound pretty alright.

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Car is a bomb, security isnt a concern.

Royal womens one is decent, few other dodgy places around there that i often use for uni, but its a bit risky for an overnight stay

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Car is a bomb, security isnt a concern.

Royal womens one is decent, few other dodgy places around there that i often use for uni, but its a bit risky for an overnight stay

never had a single problem the 7 months i used to park the car there when i was with my ex

sometimes it was friday to sunday it was there

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I'd say the the carp park directly past the westin hotel is really good, on flinders lane right before Swanston Street.

Very safe too, lots of police park in there.

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