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Parking fines

 

All public parking areas at the Royal Adelaide Hospital have boom gates and ticket machines installed. Before you leave the car park, you will need to pay for your ticket.

All public areas will be patrolled. If you park in a non-public area or short-term drop off area for a long period of time, you may be fined.

These fines are enforceable by law.

Where you can't park

You can’t park in drop-off zones anywhere within the hospital grounds. These are for pick-up and set-down only, and you need to remain with your vehicle at all times.

Parking is also not permitted in any reserved bays, such as designated parking spaces for ambulances, police and other emergency services, as well as spaces for on-call medical staff, taxis and couriers.

Cars left in these areas may receive a fine.

How to pay for your fine

You can pay for your fine by phone, post or in person.

To pay in person, go to the Cashiers Office on level 3 of the hospital between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday. The office accepts Visa, MasterCard, cheque or cash.

To pay by phone, call 1800 138 189.

To pay by post, attach a cheque or money order with your fine and post to the Car Park Office at the address listed below:

Royal Adelaide Hospital
Cashiers Office
Level 3 Main Concourse
Port Road, Adelaide SA 5000

In-person payments can be made at the above location between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Appeal your fine

To appeal your parking fine, you need to submit your appeal in writing by post (to the above address) or via email at [email protected]

To find out more about parking areas, including disabled and motorcycle parking, view the map of parking at Royal Adelaide Hospital.



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