Manly Vale

In planning for Tomorrow’s Sydney, public transport improvements are being delivered on the Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore, including an integrated program of service and infrastructure upgrades to help manage congestion and improve bus reliability.

Throughout February and March, the project team will focus on completion works around the plaza area in front of the car park, cleaning, tactile replacement at bus stops and footpath completion works.

Impacted stakeholders will be notified seven days prior to any upcoming night work in this area.
Construction activities include:

Manly Vale car park location and access

The Manly Vale commuter car park is now open for use, with up to 150 parking spaces available. This car park is planned to be part of the Transport for NSW Park and Ride trial in early 2019, which provides dedicated commuter car parking via the installation of boom gates and Opal card operation. Prior to this, the car park will be available on a first come, first serve basis.

The Manly Vale car park is also the first to feature the rotating ‘Breathing Wall’ technology developed by one of Australia’s leading living infrastructure specialists, Junglefy, incorporating around 9,000 plants.

Entry and exit to the car park is via Kenneth Road, with left turn in and out of the car park only. Please see the map below for new traffic arrangements.

The February and March notification outlining works Manly Vale is available here.

Location and Access for Manly Vale Car Park


The scope of works delivered in Manly Vale;
  • a new multi-deck car park with a lift on the north-east corner of Condamine Street and Kenneth Road, providing approximately 144 car parking spaces
  • new northbound and southbound bus stops on Condamine Street north of Kenneth Road, including weather protection, seating and real-time information
  • new bike storage and improvements to bicycle and pedestrian links
  • Construction of the Manly Vale ‘Breathing Wall’- providing cleaner air and a more sustainable community.
Opal Park and Ride technology will be installed during the first quarter of 2019.

In planning for Tomorrow’s Sydney, public transport improvements are being delivered on the Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore, including an integrated program of service and infrastructure upgrades to help manage congestion and improve bus reliability.

Throughout February and March, the project team will focus on completion works around the plaza area in front of the car park, cleaning, tactile replacement at bus stops and footpath completion works.

Impacted stakeholders will be notified seven days prior to any upcoming night work in this area.
Construction activities include:

Manly Vale car park location and access

The Manly Vale commuter car park is now open for use, with up to 150 parking spaces available. This car park is planned to be part of the Transport for NSW Park and Ride trial in early 2019, which provides dedicated commuter car parking via the installation of boom gates and Opal card operation. Prior to this, the car park will be available on a first come, first serve basis.

The Manly Vale car park is also the first to feature the rotating ‘Breathing Wall’ technology developed by one of Australia’s leading living infrastructure specialists, Junglefy, incorporating around 9,000 plants.

Entry and exit to the car park is via Kenneth Road, with left turn in and out of the car park only. Please see the map below for new traffic arrangements.

The February and March notification outlining works Manly Vale is available here.

Location and Access for Manly Vale Car Park


The scope of works delivered in Manly Vale;
  • a new multi-deck car park with a lift on the north-east corner of Condamine Street and Kenneth Road, providing approximately 144 car parking spaces
  • new northbound and southbound bus stops on Condamine Street north of Kenneth Road, including weather protection, seating and real-time information
  • new bike storage and improvements to bicycle and pedestrian links
  • Construction of the Manly Vale ‘Breathing Wall’- providing cleaner air and a more sustainable community.
Opal Park and Ride technology will be installed during the first quarter of 2019.