Parking at UNSW is actively patrolled by UNSW Security Parking Officers to ensure compliance with the parking regulations. All UNSW campuses (Kensington, Paddington, Western, and Randwick) operate as restricted parking areas, as defined in the Road Transport Regulation. Parking is regulated by the RMS' Restricted Parking Scheme, linked to the Self Enforcing Infringement Notice Scheme (SEINS), and operated by the NSW Government Revenue NSW.
Licence Plate Recognition (LPR) cameras are installed at vehicle entry and exit points at both Paddington and Kensington campuses and within the car parks for the primary purpose of collecting data on carpark usage trends, to support post-incident investigations, and to monitor and determine if correct parking fees have been paid.
UNSW Security parking officers will issue parking infringement notices as required if vehicles are parked in breach of the UNSW Parking Rules. You must make sure your car is wholly parked within the marked bay lines. If you park contrary to any parking condition, signs, or do not comply with directions given by UNSW Security Parking Officers, you may receive an infringement. UNSW Security parking officers are equipped with sound and video recording devices for safety purposes.
Parking infringements issued on campus have the same force in law as infringements issued by Police or Rangers. UNSW is unable to revoke infringements issued legally.