Parking at the International terminal
Due to the reduction in International flights, Pronto Valet at the International terminal has temporarily closed. Customers are advised to use P7 car park or P7 Guaranteed Space during this period.
Travelling overseas or picking up friends and family?
There are several car parks at the International terminal. The P7 car park is a short 2-5-minute walk to the T1 International terminal, with short-term and long-term parking options available.
If you’re meeting and greeting friends and family, park in the dedicated Express car park, free for up to 15 minutes twice per calendar day.
Want to secure your spot ahead of time? Book online and choose Guaranteed Space in the P7 car park. It’s the fastest and most convenient undercover self-park option.
SAVE up to 70% on parking at the Sydney International Airport when you pre-book online. The earlier you book the more you can save.
Convenient terminal access
Walk to the T1 International terminal in minutes from the P7 and P9 car parks.
Pre-book and save
Get the best deal when you pre-book international parking online in advance.
Free express car park
Picking up passengers? Park in the P9 express car park free for up to 15 minutes, twice per calendar day.
Accessible parking options are available at all the car parks.
International car parks
|Car park||Ideal for||Distance to terminal||Learn more|
||2-5 minute walk to T1 International||P7 car park|
||7 minute walk to T1 International||Express parking|
Most frequently asked questions
How do I enter and exit the Sydney International Airport car park?
P7 car park is the main multi-storey parking area near the T1 International terminal. To enter the car park, follow signs to the ‘P7 car park’ as you enter the international precinct.
If you have pre-booked online, scan the QR code on your booking confirmation email or Apple E Wallet E-Ticket at the entry gate; alternatively insert or tap the nominated credit card to activate your booking. If you drive up, just take a ticket at the gate. To exit the car park, follow signs to the exit and insert your ticket at the gate.
Alternatively, if you’re picking up passengers and staying less than 15 minutes, follow signs to the ‘Express Pick-up’ zone as you enter the international precinct.
For more information on how to enter the car park, watch the short video here.
Is there free parking at Sydney International Airport?
How do I amend or cancel my Sydney International Airport car park booking?
To amend your booking, go to the top of the page and click ‘MANAGE BOOKING’. Enter your email address, booking reference number and click SUBMIT.
To modify your contact details or your vehicle registration, follow the above steps and click 'MODIFY DETAILS' at the bottom of the page. Make the relevant changes and click save. Modifying your contact details will not cancel your booking.
To modify the selected car park or booking dates, click 'MODIFY' at the bottom of the page. Confirm your new selection and follow the payment prompts. The new booking confirmation will be emailed to you. Please note, the fee paid for your original booking will be automatically refunded via the payment method used to complete the booking.
To cancel your booking, click 'CANCEL' at the bottom of the page and following the prompts. The cancellation confirmation will be emailed to you.
All refunds can take 2-3 business days for the refund to be visible on your account.
Please note, you can modify your booking up to 6 hours before your booked time or cancel it up to 24 hours prior to your nominated entry time.
Where is Sydney International Airport arrivals pick up parking area?
The Express Pick-up car park is located near International Airport arrivals. If you’re arriving by vehicle, follow the yellow ‘Express Pick-up’ signage as you enter the international precinct. If you’re an arriving passenger, follow the yellow ‘Express Pick-up’ signage after exiting the terminal.
Alternatively, if you are picking up friends or family within the terminal, please park your car in the P7 car park located opposite the T1 International terminal.
Is the Sydney Airport car park undercover?