Free Parking Campaign at Indooroopilly

From Wednesday 11 May, Indooroopilly Shopping Centre customers can receive eight hours FREE car parking with the launch of the Centre’s “Spend to Receive FREE Parking” campaign.

The introduction of the FREE parking promotion is part of the Centre’s commitment to rewarding loyal customers and continually improving the customer experience at Indooroopilly Shopping Centre. The new to market technology which allows the validation process to take place from the Information Desk and the Customer Service Centre, has been developed to work in conjunction with the ticketless parking system and is now ready for implementation.

“Spend to Receive FREE Parking” details

 Customers who spend $150 or more at any retailer or combination of retailers within the Centre in a single visit will receive eight hours FREE parking on the same day.

 The offer is available seven days a week and extends across all product purchases from retailers including department stores, supermarkets, entertainment outlets, cafes and restaurants, hairdressers, fashion and speciality stores.

 Receipts can be combined from product purchases made on the same day and presented to the Information Desk on Level 2 or the Customer Service Centre on Level 1 during opening hours to redeem the offer for the same day.

As per the Centre’s ongoing car parking offer, those customers spending less than $150 will continue to receive 3 hours FREE parking per day, after which the parking rate starts at just $2. Customers visiting Event Cinemas or Station Road Dining also receive a fourth hour free.

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About the Author: Peta Lilley

Peta completed the Clinical Psychology PhD Program within the School of Psychology, The University of Queensland (UQ). The focus of her research was the development of emotional and behavioural difficulties (particularly Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD) in children and adolescents following trauma. Peta has also completed a post-doctoral research fellow position in the School of Medicine at UQ.

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