Car Parking is Changing at Redcliffe Hospital0
Redcliffe Hospital is building a new multi-storey car park.
When completed in 2020, there will be more than 1,100 car spaces available for patients, visitors, and staff to use each day.
Construction of the multi-storey car park began in August 2019, and will take around a year to build.
During construction, some parts of the hospital’s public car park will need to be closed, and there will be around 200 fewer car spaces available on the hospital campus. Patients and visitors coming to the hospital during construction may need to allow extra time to find car parking.
There will still be free parking available on the hospital campus 24/7; and at peak times, there will be around 300 car spaces available for patients and visitors to use.
There will be no changes to pick-up and drop-off zones at the hospital, and there will continue to be parking close to the hospital for people with a disability.
Once opened in 2020, the multi-storey car park will not provide for free parking; a parking fee will apply to park anywhere on the hospital campus.
How much it will cost to park at the hospital is still being determined by Queensland Health. Concessional parking rates will be available for eligible patients, carers, and hospital staff. The tariff rates will be announced before the car park opens next year.
It will always be free to drop-off and pick people up from the hospital.
Until the multi-storey car park opens, it will continue to be free to park at the hospital.