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 8:00am - 2:00pm 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
- 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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To ensure best use of parking facilities at St Lucia, from 16 June there will changes to parking at the two multi-level parking complexes on Sir Fred Schonell Drive.
There will be no more casual parking at these complexes. Only staff parking permit-holders will be able to use the facilities. Additionally, permit-holders will no longer be guaranteed parking spaces in the Sir Fred Schonell Drive complexes.
For information on road and carpark closures and disruptions, visit the P&F Bulletin Board.
Speed Limits on Campus