The QEIIMC strives to create a sustainable access environment and strongly encourages the use of alternative methods of transport. However, in some cases driving to site is simply the most appropriate option.

Important Notice - Parking at QEIIMC

The QEIIMC car parks are experiencing increased demand and this extra traffic is at times, causing delays in both visitors and staff finding parking. We  request that where possible, alternatives to parking be considered, and when using your vehicle, that additional time is allowed for parking.

The QEIIMC Trust and other stakeholders are currently investigating a range of potential measures that may be implemented to provide more parking and access options for visitors. Given the current planning restrictions, changes may take some time to implement. Thank you for your understanding.

Visitor Parking

Click here to find out more about:

  • Where to park
  • Visitor parking rates
  • Concession parking
  • Traffic and Parking Enforcement Policy
  • Parking Strategy
  • Contact parking

Staff Parking

Click here to find out more about:

  • QEIIMC Parking Priority Groups
  • Alternative transport and parking options
  • Apply for a permit
  • Carpooling and Green Commuting
  • Staff parking rates
  • How to use your e-tag permit
  • Contact parking

Infringement Notices

This section contains information about how to pay, or appeal, a parking infringement notice for QEIIMC staff and visitors.

Parking FAQs

Have a question? Here you will find answers to many commonly asked questions.

Transport Options


If you intend to drive to the QEIIMC, there are drop-off bay areas and places to park.


Public transport can be a quick and convenient option when travelling to the QEIIMC.


Taxi ranks are located in the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Piazza and at the front of E Block.


Bike racks are located across the QEIIMC and staff may be eligible to hire a push bike or e-bike.



The Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre (QEIIMC) is a smoke-free environment and aims to encourage healthier lifestyle choices for its visitors, patients, staff and the wider community who share the QEIIMC premises and facilities.


We wish to acknowledge the custodians of this land, the Wadjuk (Perth region) people of the Nyoongar nation and their Elders past, present and future. The QEIIMC acknowledges and respects their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.  All contents copyright Government Western Australia. All rights reserved.