How does it work?
Parkiteer makes it easier for Victorians to get around with free and secure bike cages at train stations and public transport hubs. If it’s too far to ride from home to work or school, you can now ride to the station and safely park your bike. You don’t even have to think about the car.Register now
More than 13,000 members across metropolitan and regional Victoria are enjoying the ease of Parkiteer. See how simple it is to safely park your bike at the station.
Any questions or having issues using Parkiteer? Call our 24 hour service centre on 1300 546 526.
We’re celebrating the re-opening of Ringwood and Ormond Parkiteer cages with free bike tune-ups!
Tune up #1 – Ringwood
When: 4:30pm – 6:00pm, Tuesday 28 November
Where: Ringwood Train Station (located at the Parkiteer cage)
Tune up #2 – Ormond
When: 4:30pm – 6:00pm, Thursday 30 November
Where: Ormond Train Station (located at the Parkiteer cage)
Here are the answers to your most common questions.
If your question isn’t in the list, please contact us via our website, on 1800 639 634 or via Facebook.
Yes – it is free to use a Parkiteer cage. When registering, a $50 deposit must be paid for an access card, which is refunded if you choose to stop using the Parkiteer service.
Yes. Your Parkiteer card will allow you access to any cage in the network, metropolitan or regional.
Simply register online via this link. You will then receive an access card in 5-7 days which you can activate online. Then you’re good to go.
No, Parkiteer cages are for bicycles only.
No, Parkiteer cages cannot be used as a home for your bike. Bikes that appear to have been abandoned are removed from cages.
No – only registered members can use Parkiteer cages, and each member must enter using their own card. This ensures parking is prioritised for members and security maximised.