Students may park in any of the casual parking areas on campus. They may also purchase off peak and motorcycle permits. For more information please refer to the Permits and Casual Parking webpage.
Disabled parking areas are indicated on the campus accessibility maps by the internationally recognised disabled logo:
A government issued disability parking permit must be displayed when parking in these bays.
Who are these bays for?
The University has provided specific bays for people with young children in the Psychology carpark, and Multi-level carpark 1 (P4).
Conditions of use:
- Fittings for a Department of Transport and Main Roads approved child restraint for children under seven (eg child booster seat or baby capsule holder) are to be easily visible from outside the vehicle; and
- A valid permit must be displayed:
In Psychology carpark - either a valid staff permit of any type, or a valid pay and display permit of any type must be displayed.
In Multi-level carpark - a valid staff permit must be displayed.
A maximum of five vehicle registrations may be listed in your permit details. Remember to display the permit in the car you drive on any particular day.
If there are subsequent changes to the list due to purchase or disposal etc, you must notify PF Assist as soon as possible via email. Failure to do so means that you will be parking without a valid permit, and an infringement notice may be issued.
Terminating staff who wish to cease their payroll deduction must return the permit to PF Assist with a written request to that effect prior to the date of cessation. A temporary permit will be issued for the intervening period.
Where a staff member is absent from the University for a continuous period of not less than 90-days, an application for the waiving of parking charges may be made. The permit must be returned to PF Assist with a request in writing to that effect.
Pre-paid Annual Permits
If a pre-paid permit is no longer required a refund of the unused balance is available upon written request. The amount is calculated from the date on which the permit is received by PF Assist.
The completed refund form should be returned to PFAssist for procesing. FBS Refund Request Form (Word doc).
University parking regulations apply on all UQ sites, and infringement notices may be issued to vehicles parked illegally.
On weekends, public holidays, and special university holidays (such as between Christmas and New Year) parking is free in all casual and permit parking areas. However, it is important to note that all other regulations apply 24-hours a day, 365-days a year.
With the exception of some people with severe disabilities, there is no free parking on University sites where paid parking operates.
In the streets surrounding some campuses, various parking schemes are in place - P, 2P, and 4P.
UQ decal and plated vehicles are authorised in:
- Service & Maintenance bays
- 14P Daily zones
- Conifer Knoll Car Park (P11) Level 1, Restricted Zone
Reserved Parking Bay Bookings
For access to the Syllabus Plus Web Room Bookings module for parking bay bookings please complete the application form:
Training video on how to use the Web Room Bookings module:
On this site
Speed Limits on Campus