HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE

PRINCESS THEATRE

FITZROY GARDENS

COMEDY THEATRE MELBOURNE

PARKING NEAR HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE & MORE IN MELBOURNE’S EAST END

34-60 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, 3000

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Entry between 4:00am and 4:00pm, exit before 4:00am the following day. Pay per exit.
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$8
Mon-Fri
Entry after 4:00pm and exit before 4:00am the following day. Pay per exit.
Charges recommence at 4:00am daily.
  • Flat Rate $10

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$8
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Charges recommence at 4:00am daily.
    24/7 access via license plate recognition
    Share your spot with family or friends with multiple License plates.
    Multiple entry and exits.
    Month by month contract.

    Reserved = Dedicated spot
    Unreserved = park anywhere on site
    Please contact: sales@firstparking.com.au to find out more and to ask for pricing.
    • 24hr Flat Rate $30
    24/7 access via license plate recognition or QR Code
    Multiple entry and exits.
    Must be booked prior to arrival.
    If you have any questions please contact sales@firstparking.com.au

    HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE

    PRINCESS THEATRE

    FITZROY GARDENS

    COMEDY THEATRE MELBOURNE

    With First Parking, you can enjoy the cultural highlights of Melbourne’s east end without stressing about getting a parking ticket. With an easy-to-use parking station, secure parking facilities and no need to book online or pre-purchase a car park, our set-up gives you maximum flexibility, all for a flat-rate fee. Just pay on your card, phone, or by using your Express account when you leave, and that’s it. Simple.

    EXPLORE PRINCESS THEATRE & SURROUNDS

    Melbourne’s east end is known as a theatre district, featuring places such as Her Majesty’s Theatre, Princess Theatre, the Regent Theatre, Fitzroy Gardens and many other attractions.

    Parking With Us

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    Non Member (Drive Up)

    • No need to book
    • Ticketed entry
    • Exit payment via pay station or at the gate
    • Standard flat rate pricing

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    DAYTIME & EVENING PARK MELBOURNE CBD

    Melbourne CBD’s east end is a cultural and entertainment hotspot that showcases the city’s rich heritage and diverse influences. Also known as the ‘Paris End’ of Collins Street, this is where you can enjoy world-class performances at some of the oldest and most elegant theatres in Melbourne, such as the Princess Theatre, Her Majesty’s Theatre and the Comedy Theatre. You can also relax and unwind at the Fitzroy Gardens, one of Melbourne’s most historic and beautiful greenspaces. Within the park, you may discover the charming Cooks’ Cottage, the stunning Conservatory and the whimsical Fairies’ Tree. The east end also offers a variety of dining options, from fine restaurants to casual cafes, as well as a vibrant nightlife scene with bars, clubs and live music venues. Read on to discover more!

    HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE

    Her Majesty’s Theatre is one of Melbourne’s most iconic and historic theatres, entertaining Australia since 1886. Located on Exhibition Street in the heart of the city’s East End Theatre District, the renowned arts venue has a seating capacity of over 1700 patrons. Her Majesty’s Theatre has hosted some of the most famous and successful musicals in the world, such as The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, Cats, Wicked and The Book of Mormon. The theatre is a blend of Edwardian and Art Nouveau styles, featuring a grand staircase, a spacious foyer and a magnificent auditorium with three levels of seating.

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    HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE MELBOURNE PARKING

    If you’re visiting Her Majesty’s Theatre, instead of choosing Melbourne’s public transport, just pull into First Parking’s Parkade location instead! With amazing flat-rates on evening, overnight and weekend parking, you’ll not only hold on to your money, but make your journey to inner Melbourne easy and convenient – saving you time when you get to the cloak room and the box office! Our parking ticket prices are highly competitive and cover you all day or all night! And even better, you don’t need to have booked online or worry about a booking process – just check our prices before leaving and pay when you exit the car park or with our Express service.

    PRINCESS THEATRE

    Princess Theatre is one of Melbourne’s most iconic and historic theatres, dating back as far as 1854. From its Spring Street location (around the corner from Bourke Street) in the heart of the city’s East End Theatre District, this iconic arts space can play host to 1500 patrons over its three levels: Stalls, Dress Circle and Grand Circle. The Princess has hosted some of the most successful and acclaimed musicals in the world, and offers a range of services and facilities for patrons, like easy accessibility, VIP experiences and a museum of performing arts.

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    PRINCESS THEATRE PARKING MELBOURNE

    Stop worrying about getting parking tickets during your event and pull into First Parking’s Parkade location instead. We offer a variety of Princess Theatre Melbourne parking rates, including our great value evening offer, which covers you from 4:00pm to 4:00am the next day. If you’re coming from St Kilda, East Melbourne, Melbourne Central or Richmond, this is a fantastic opportunity for ultra-convenient, great value parking near Princess Theatre Melbourne in a secure environment. We also provide a monthly parking model that allows for unlimited car parking. Plus, with First Parking’s Express service, you can save on parking at all times with 20% off casual rates.

    FITZROY GARDENS

    Down from Brunswick Street, the Fitzroy Gardens is 26 hectares of historic and beautiful greenery located on the southeastern edge of the Melbourne Central Business District. The gardens were originally set aside as a reserve in 1848, and follow a classic Victorian-era design, featuring extensive lawns and pathways lined with mature elm trees, as well as a variety of garden structures and floral displays.

    The Fitzroy Gardens have many attractions for visitors to enjoy, such as the Cooks’ Cottage, the historic home of Captain James Cook’s parents that was relocated from England in 1934. The gardens also have a Conservatory, Sinclair’s Cottage, and a Spanish mission-style building that showcases magnificent floral displays. Other points of interest include a miniature Tudor village, the Fairies’ Tree carved sculpture, myriad fountains and statues, and the Scarred Tree, a remnant of the original vegetation that bears the ancient marks of First Nations people. Whether you want to relax, discover or have fun, the Fitzroy Gardens are a place where you can enjoy the beauty of nature within the Melbourne CBD.

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    PARKING FITZROY GARDENS

    Save time looking for on-street parking and instead discover our premium offers on parking at Fitzroy Gardens. For a flat fee, you can enjoy the delights of one of Melbourne’s best loved parks, all while your car remains safely at First Parking (no need for a parking permit). Plus with highly competitive Fitzroy Gardens parking rates on the weekend, you can save at any point in the week as well, regardless of whether you’re parking for a few hours or the whole day.

    COMEDY THEATRE MELBOURNE

    Comedy Theatre Melbourne is one of the city’s most historic and versatile theatres, hosting a variety of comedy shows, musicals and dramas. Located on Exhibition Street in the heart of the city’s East End Theatre District, it has a seating capacity of up to 1000 patrons over two levels. The theatre was built in 1928, and has a distinctive exterior that resembles a Florentine palace, and a charming interior that shows a strong Spanish influence.

    From the ornamental balcony seating, you can enjoy a diverse range of comedic and theatrical performances. The Comedy Theatre stage has played host to some of the most successful and acclaimed shows in the world, including Keating, Waiting for Godot and The Rocky Horror Show. The theatre is also a popular venue for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, featuring some of the best local and international comedians. And, in terms of services and facilities for patrons, Comedy Theatre Melbourne offers great accessibility, VIP experiences, an elegant staircase, a generous foyer and a world-class bar.

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    COMEDY THEATRE PARKING MELBOURNE

    Save yourself hours looking for free parking and instead pull into one of the car parks at First Parking’s Parkade facility. With a time limit that runs from 4:00am to 4:00 the next day, you have ample time to enjoy your concert and much more. If you’re dropping into Melbourne’s CBD for the day, the evening or overnight, there is no better place than First Parking’s Parkade address. Plus, if you’re a regular theatre-goer, we also offer generous monthly parking as well.

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