Bicycle Network: Parkiteer (370)
Parkiteer is leading the way in free* and secure bike parking at railway stations and public transport hubs.
Parkiteer makes riding to the station easy.
The Parkiteer program is rapidly expanding across Victoria, making it the largest secure bike cage program in Australia. Check out the locations page for your nearest cage.
The program has more than 12,000 registered riders, with 950 riders using the network everyday.
By joining the program and making the commitment to ride to the station, you too will appreciate the health and financial benefits the program delivers.
How does it work?
Please register and pay your $50 refundable deposit. Your access card will be mailed to you in 5-7 business days. Once you activate your card online, you can use the cages as often as you like with no ongoing charges. Need more info? Please read the FAQ's.
Activate your card online.
For fast and easy card activation please go to activateparkiteer.com.au
Need assistance? See our activation help page.
New cages to open soon:
Please note opening dates are subject to change due to timeline for completion of build. Bicycle Network are responsible for the cages once they've been inspected and invited into the program however we do liaise with contractors to keep up to date on completion timelines and will update as necessary.
- Kangaroo Flat
- Caroline Springs
New cages will also open at the following stations with date TBC:
- St Albans
Access cards will be available for these cages once they are open. Please check our registration page.
Level Crossing Removal Authority
The Parkiteer team have been working with the Level Crossing Removal Authority (LXRA) to ensure the security and functionality of the cages are delivered to specification as each phase of construction at stations across Melbourne takes place.
The Parkiteer cages at each new station are a modern and updated design from the previous ones. There are a few cages that have been held up from completion however the stakeholders involved are working on any issues at each cage.
Bicycle Network are responsible for the operational functionality and security of the cages once they have opened and are available for use. Please see above for the timeline for bringing new cages into the program, as advised by LXRA.