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Parking on public holidays (City of Melbourne)

Some parking restrictions are different on public holidays.
For parking signs that state days of the week (including clearways, loading zones and no stopping signs), parking and time restrictions on the signs do not apply and you do not need to pay the parking fee if the parking spot is metered.
For all other parking signs that do not state days of the week (including clearways, loading zones and no stopping signs), you must observe parking and time restrictions and pay the parking fee if the parking spot is metered. 

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Parking restrictions apply on the days specified (circled in red) unless they fall on a public holiday or day in lieu.No days of the week are specified, so the parking restrictions apply every day of the year, including public holidays and days in lieu.


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