Disabled parking permits

Disabled parking permits are available if you have mobility problems or a severe disability.

A state-wide Disabled Persons' Parking Scheme operates in Victoria and the scheme has two categories with various parking concessions.

  • Category 1 - Disabled Parking Permit (Blue)
  • Category 2 - Disabled Parking Permit (Green)

A person may have one disabled persons' parking permit.

Please note that holding a permit will not guarantee a parking space. 

How to apply for a disabled parking permit

Download and complete a disabled persons' parking permit application form (pdf, 24KB) or collect one from our Civic Centre at 9 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds.

The first part of the application form must be completed by you or your agent.

For people with an intellectual disability, the rest of the application must be completed by a specialist medical practitioner or clinical psychologist.

For all other disabilities, a medical practitioner (or a GP) must complete both pages and return the application to us.

You must sign and give authority for your medical practitioner/specialist medical practitioner/clinical psychologist to release your medical information.

Please note that you or your agent are responsible for any costs relating to the completion of the form.

Please return the completed form to the Civic Centre, 9 Kellaway Avenue, Moonee Ponds or email it to council@mvcc.vic.gov.au. If you have any questions, please call us on 9243 8888.


For organisations transporting people with disability, please complete the organisation application form (pdf, 19KB).

Fees and permit duration

  • No fees apply
  • Disabled parking permits are valid for three years from the date of issue for people with permanent disabilities
  • Disabled persons' parking permits for organisations providing transport services for disabled people are valid for 12 months from the date of issue

Interstate and overseas visitors

Disability parking permits from interstate and overseas are recognised in Victoria. Provided the permit is current and valid, interstate or overseas disability parking permit holders may park in reserved disability parking spaces for the specified time only, and may also park in ordinary parking bays for twice the specified time (upon payment of any initial parking fee, if applicable).

The disability parking permit needs to be displayed in the vehicle and so it is advised that overseas and interstate visitors bring their valid permits when travelling to Victoria.

More information

For more information on disabled parking permits, please visit the VicRoads website.

Improving accessible parking

We are working progressively to upgrade more than 200 existing accessible parking bays around shops, parks and other services in Moonee Valley.

Our aim is to achieve best practice and meet our commitment to ensure people with a disability have the opportunity to use and enjoy local facilities and services.

For more information visit the accessible parking upgrade page.

Last updated: Wednesday, 16 October 2019, 11:24 PM