Parking at UQ
University sites have provision for staff, student and visitor car parking. Parking is limited during teaching periods. Parking at the St Lucia campus is extremely limited between 9:30am - 12:30pm weekdays.
To reduce parking and traffic pressures, the University encourages public transport, walking and cycling as alternatives to driving to UQ - for more information please refer to the Sustainability website.
Paid parking applies on the St Lucia and Herston campuses between 7am and 9pm; and at the Ipswich campus and the Turbot Street site between the hours of 7:00am and 6:00pm. UQ Gatton campus does not have a paid parking scheme but does have a permit system. The Paid Parking Scheme applies at the PACE site 24-hours a day, 365 days a year, including examination periods and vacations.
PLEASE NOTE: University funds cannot be used to pay for parking fees or fines.
Queensland Traffic Regulations apply 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. The speed limits on campus provide major safety benefits, and are enforced by Queensland Police. The University accepts no liability for damage to vehicles driven or parked on its property – these activities are undertaken at the driver’s/owner’s risk.
What do you need to find out about?
- Phone: 336 51016
- Fax: 336 51900
- Email: email@example.com
- Location: PF Assist Reception, Level 2 Prentice Building (42),
The University of Queensland, 4072, Qld, Australia
- Hours of Business: 8:00am - 5:00pm
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Tips to Ensure Safe and Legal Parking on UQ Sites [PDF - 119KB]
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The Multi Level Car Park (98A) will be closed from Saturday 12th April 2014 6:00am to Sunday 13th April 2014 5:00pm. The closure is due to a changeover of the current lighting system to a more efficient system that uses less energy, emits less light spill and has a longer working life.
We apologise for the sudden inconvenience this may cause you, and thank you for your patience during this time. For more information or any concerns you may have, please contact Mark Kranz, Transport Systems Manager on 336 51948 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A temporary electronic sign is now in place, on Sir Fred Schonell Drive near the entrance to the multi-level car parks, to help reduce congestion and parking confusion.
The sign advises of the availability of casual parking spaces in the multi-levels. The temporary sign will be replaced by a permanent version after Easter.
For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Mark Kranz, Transport Systems Manager email email@example.com.
As part of P&F's expansion of our electric car fleet an enclosure is being constructed in the bottom level of the multistorey car park to house and charge the electric cars when not in use.
The enclosure itself will take up 6 parking bays with another 6 needed for equipment storage and material lay down, the car parks in question are reserved car parks.
It is expected the duration of works will be 8 weeks and traffic control measures and signage will be erected adjacent to the site as needed. Commencement of works will be Wednesday 19th March to expected finish of 16th May.
For further information or any concerns you may have, please contact Mark Kranz, Transport Systems Manager email firstname.lastname@example.org. We apologise for the inconvenience that this may cause and thank you for your patience during this time.
Speed Limits on Campus