Does the hospital campus have long stay parking for people who need to stay overnight?
There is unrestricted parking available on Level 4 of the Southern multi-story carpark, as well as the Yamba Drive South carpark.
Why are there so many disability spaces in the Southern multi-story carpark?
The large amount of disability spaces cater for the future loss of these spaces during the redevelopment of the campus. The multi-story carpark is designed as the hospital’s main carpark.
Can I overstay my parking time?
Parking exemptions are only given to patients and their carers who are unable to move their vehicle due to medical reasons. Please speak to your clinical or administration staff who can organise an exemption on your behalf.
How do I enter the Yamba South carpark?
The entrance to the Yamba South carpark is off Yamba Drive when heading north to the City. You can’t access the carpark when travelling in the other direction.
What can I do if I receive a Parking Infringement Notice?
If you receive a Parking Infringement Notice (PIN) and wish to dispute it, you must write a letter or email to Access Canberra and explain why you believe you are not liable for the PIN. Contact details are on the back of the PIN.
Does the compliance remain the same on weekends?
Most time limited spaces that are 1 hour and above are unrestricted on weekends. All parking areas that have a permit sign or are time limited are still patrolled on weekends. This includes ‘No Parking’ zones.
What should I do when I drop someone off?
Pick-up and set-down zones are located at main entry points of the hospital. We encourage you not to park in these areas for long periods of time as they are time limited and fines may apply.
What alternate transport can I utilise to get the Canberra Hospital?
A taxi rank is located outside the main entrance of the hospital and various buses service the campus from Woden Bus Station. If you wish to ride, bicycle racks are available to lock your bike.
Community Services also provide transport assistance for eligible people.