to Park

The main visitor car parks are the Multi Deck and Visitor Car Park 1. These are accessible via Winthrop Avenue. You can view the map below to see these parking areas and more on campus. Please observe the signage where you park. Visitor parking fees apply.

Drop Off Bays

There are a number of drop-off bays throughout the QEIIMC. The main drop-off bays off Hospital Avenue are located at G Block (Adults’ Emergency), E Block (main entry to Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital), Perth Children’s Hospital, B Block and A Block off Gairdner Drive and Verdun Street.

Buggy Service

The QEIIMC also has a Free Buggy Service which can pick up visitors with mobility issues and take them to their appointments within the QEIIMC. For more information visit the Services page by clicking here.


Parking Rates

As per the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre (Delegated Site) By-Laws 1986 visitor parking rates are as follows (as at 01/07/2020):

Duration Charges
0-15 mins Free
15 mins – 1 hour $3.40
1 hour – 2 hours $6.80
2 hours – 3 hours $10.20
3 hours – 4 hours $13.60
4 hours – 5 hours $17.00
5 hours – 6 hours $20.40
6 hours – 7 hours $23.80
7 hours – 24 hours $23.80

Please note that additional charges apply after 24 hours.

Concession Parking

Patients of the two hospitals onsite may be able to access subsidised parking according to specific criteria.  For further information please see the links below.

Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital

Perth Children’s Hospital

Campus Map - click to enlarge

Parking Department

Parking permits and infringement notices are managed by the QEIIMC Parking Department.

QEII Medical Centre Parking Department
Locked Bag 2012
Nedlands, WA, 6009

Wilson Parking

Wilson Parking manage the operation of the car parks on behalf of International Parking Group (the owners of the Multi Deck Car Park) including the collection of parking fees, servicing of equipment and Multi Deck Car Park maintenance.

International Parking Group (IPG)

IPG manages account queries, cancellations and refunds.



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.

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