Hospital Transport Maps
Each facility has a Transport Access Guide (TAG) that can help you find:
Parking Concessions and eligibility
Parking Concessions are now available for eligible patients and their Carers who require regular or long term hospitalisation and/ or treatment
Who is eligible for concessional care parking?
Patients and Carers who hold the following Concession cards
Identification must be in the form of the applicable government issued permit or card.
Photo Identification must be presented to claim concession.
Other Eligible concessions - Authorisation form applies:
How do you claim your concession rate?
Prior to returning to the car park, eligible patrons are required to present their parking ticket, together with photo identification and concession card or signed Authorisation form to designated locations.
Ring switchboard of regular hospital to identify locations or ask staff members.
0-3 hours Free
>3 hours, $5.40 Single visit one exit per 24 hour period
3 day ticket $10.90 Multiple entries and exits in a 3 day period.
7 day ticket $21.70 Multiple entries and exits in a 7 day period.
NSW Health Concessional Car Parking Fees at NSW Public Hospitals
Concessional parking - Concord General Repatriation Hospital
Community Health Services and Other Facilities
Parking at most community-based facilities is free but parking spaces may be limited. If you are visiting a Community Health Service for the first time it is a good idea to ring and check about parking and/or public transport first.
Community Transport is available for those over 65 yrs., people with disabilities and Carers of these people. Be sure to book ahead.
Contact Inner West Community Transport on 9745 5800
Contact Leichhardt Community Transport on 9558 6800
Isolated Patients' Travel & Accommodation Assistance Scheme (IPTAAS)
If you live outside SLHD and have to travel 100kms or more to access specialist medical treatment in our hospitals, travel and accommodation subsidies for patients and carer escorts are available subject to eligibility and making a co-payment. You can download a form at www.health.nsw.gov.au/transport/pages/default.aspx or ask a Social Worker for assistance and an application form.