Flights. Accommodation. Sightseeing. Parking. Wherever you're heading, they're all essential inclusions in your travel budget — but no one likes forking out a fortune just for the convenience of leaving their car near the airport.
If you think your holiday money could be better spent elsewhere, and you're one of the more than 40 million passengers who journey through Sydney airport each year, then you might want to drive your vehicle to Park on King. Open since March 20 at 338 King Street, it's the city's newest and cheapest off-site airport car park, offering up spots for just $4 per day until the end of April.
For comparison, parking at Sydney's Airport's on-site car park costs $61 per day, so you'll be making quite the saving. And while the $4 rate is an introductory special, from May 1 the regular price will hit a still-dirt cheap $8 per day.
The site is also the city's largest of its kind, and will boast more than 1600 spots once it is fully complete. It features valet parking, 24-hour security, electric vehicle charging stations, and the options of getting your car serviced and/or washed, plus an on-demand shuttle that'll get you to the terminal in 10 minutes.
Find Park on King at 338 King Street, Mascot, and visit their website for further information.