New Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) - Parking Options
The new RAH located on the corner of North Terrace and West Terrace opened its doors on Tuesday 5th September 2017.
If you are visiting the RAH there are various convenient parking options available on-site and within close proximity to the hospital.
On-site parking is available at the RAH with approximately 2,300 car spaces, 370 more than the current RAH has access to.
In addition to the 2,300 car parking spaces, there are a number of short-term 15-minute patient pick-up and drop-off areas located on levels 2 and 3 of the carpark.
There are also 300 bicycle parking bays on levels 2 and 3 for use by staff and visitors.
50 accessible spaces are available across all levels for people who hold a Disability Parking Permit and are located close to main entrances and lift lobbies.
The City of Adelaide currently has over 42,000 parking spaces throughout the city to cater for the needs of the motoring public, with a number of convenient metered on-street and private car parking facilities within the immediate vicinity of the new RAH.
Please see below map illustrating parking locations within close proximity to the RAH.
If you choose to park on the street, please ensure you carefully read all of the information on the sign, as some zones change during the day.
Motorists are reminded there has been no change to on-street parking in the vicinity of the hospital. The usual rules, including time limits, still apply.
Information about general parking rules and controls you need to remember when parking on-street can be found here.
For information on available parking locations near the RAH and comparable fees visit Parkopedia.
RAH City Connector Shuttle Bus
A temporary shuttle bus connecta the old and new Royal Adelaide Hospital sites. The new 97A service will run in an anti-clockwise direction from the old RAH along North Terrace to the new hospital, returning to the East End via Currie and Grenfell streets. It will operate every 30 minutes between 7.15am and 7.15pm on weekdays and 8.15am to 6.15pm on weekends. The full timetable can be found here. The shuttle service will run until the AdeLINK City Tram Extension is completed.Back to Top