Sneaky Brisbane Riverfire parking specials

Sneaky Brisbane Riverfire parking specials

For the designated drivers

By Candice Jackson | 25th September 2015

So you’re planning on viewing the Brisbane Riverfire extravaganza close to the action this year, but you’re still unsure on how you’ll be getting there?

There’s public transport, which will likely be chokkas and the echo of crying children up past their bedtime, or there’s the option of a cab or an Uber, which are likely to have lengthy wait times and inflated prices. We usually try and gauge what will be the lesser of two evils for our situation, but not this year!

There’s a new option this year that we would usually totally overlook; parking in the City. Given that you’ve got a designated driver, we’ve got the sneaky Brisbane Riverfire parking specials for you to park near the action for as little as $5.

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Secure Parking, which operates multiple carparks in the Brisbane CBD are offering customers savings of more than 40 per cent on normal parking rates if they pre-book their parking through the Secure-a-Spot website.

With more than 500,000 people expected to visit the city, customers who pre-book online can also rest easy knowing they have guaranteed their spot and will not miss out on parking during Brisbane’s busiest evening of the year.

Brisbane CBD Cheap Riverfire Parking Locations:

Catherdal Square - $5
Parkade - $9
Post Office Square - $7
QueensPlaza - $7 – (Enter promotion code RIVERFIRE15)
Wintergarden - $7 – (Enter promotion code RIVERFIRE15)
Festival - $7 – (Enter promotion code RIVERFIRE15)
Macarthur Central - $9
12 Creek Street - $20
200 Mary Street - $20
Remember that these road closures will be in effect throughout the night, and to check the Secure Parking website for more Brisbane Riverfire parking specials.

www.secureparking.com.au/secure-a-spot

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Article by Candice Jackson

Candice Jackson is a former Journalist of Style Magazines. She has an uncontrollable sweet tooth, an irrational fear of birds and a love of travel. Candice believes in the Yes Man Philosophy.