Camden and Campbelltown Hospitals




Car parks

Car Park: P1*
Entrance: Therry Road and Parkside Crescent
Opening hours: 24 hours
Car Park: P2
Entrance: Therry Road and Parkside Crescent
Opening hours: 24 hours
Car Park: P5
Entrance: Accessible off Parkside Crescent or Appin Road
Opening hours: 24 hours
Car Park: P8
Entrance: Parkside Crescent
Opening hours: 24 hours
Car Park: P9 (Cancer Therapy Patients Only)
Entrance: Parkside Crescent
Opening hours: 24 hours

 *Construction works at P1

Please note that construction works are currently underway in the hospital’s P1 car park. This will support additional capacity and improved vehicle and pedestrian traffic flow in preparation for the opening of our new Emergency Department in 2022. Access to the P1 car park is restricted to emergency vehicles, buses, patient drop-off, renal dialysis patients and accessible parking permit holders only. Learn more here.

Parking fees set by NSW Health

Paid parking will be introduced at Campbelltown Hospital as of 5 April 2021.

Fees apply to all hospital car parks at the following rates. If you visit the hospital regularly and are having difficulty meeting parking costs, please speak to the ward clerk or relevant clinic you are visiting.

Frequently Asked Questions

Concessional Car Parking

Concession rates are available for eligible patients and their carers who require regular or long-term hospitalisation and/or treatment in all public hospital car parks in NSW.

Who is eligible for concessional car parking?

Patients and carers eligible to obtain concession rates when parked in public hospital car parks include:

  • holders of a RMS issued Mobility Parking Scheme permit;
  • holders of a Pensioner Concession Card;
  • holders of a Gold Veterans Affairs Card;
  • holders of a Health Care Card;
  • ongoing cancer treatment patients;
  • patients and their carers who are required to attend the hospital/facility for a course of treatment over a period of time greater than one week;
  • patients and their carers attending more frequently than twice weekly, including carers of long term patients who visit frequently;
  • cardiac rehabilitation education and exercise class attendees;
  • daily dressing outpatients;
  • Health Promotion education class attendees.

Visit for further information on concessional parking or download the NSW Health app HosPark on Google Play or iTunes.

Visitors and patients should visit the Parking Office at Entrance D between the hours of 6am and 10pm on Monday to Friday for further information regarding the process. Outside of these hours, there is an intercom at each boom gate and automatic pay station for assistance.

Others may be eligible. Please contact the Secure Parking Office for further information.

How do I apply for a parking concession?

Those who hold a RMS issued Mobility Parking Scheme permit, Pensioner Concession Card, Gold Veterans Affairs Card or Health Care Card can present their parking ticket, photo identification and concession card to the Secure Parking Office before leaving the car park.

Patients and their carers requesting concessions due to ongoing treatment can speak with the Department they are visiting, who will assist with their application and provide the required form.

This application form must be filled out and signed by either the nurse unit manager, department head or social worker.

Following this, eligible patients and their carers will be required to present their parking ticket, photo identification and completed application form to the Secure Parking office before leaving the car park.

The Secure Parking Office is located at Entrance D, off Parkside Crescent.

Applications can be made for one-off visits or for 3 and 7 day passes.

Concession Rates

Eligible concession cards: Identification must be in the form of the applicable government issued permit or card.

Accessible Parking and Transport

Campbelltown Hospital has accessible parking for people displaying their current Mobility Parking Scheme permit. It also has areas where patients can be dropped off and picked up.

Parking in drop-off zones is strictly prohibited and fines may be incurred.

Drop-off/Pick Up Zones (maximum 10 minutes)

Entrance: Emergency Department (off Therry Road and Parkside Crescent)
Entrance: D (off Parkside Crescent)

Discharge Lounge

The Discharge Lounge (Transit Lounge) is available for discharged patients who are waiting to be picked up by their carer or transport provider. Please note there is a 15-minute drop-off time limit and no parking is allowed.

Entrance: D
Floor: Ground Level
Telephone: 4634 3010
Opening hours: 8:00am – 5:30pm, Monday to Friday (excluding Public Holidays)

Best parking for the Discharge Lounge is in P8, however, a drop off/pick up zone is available at Entrance D (maximum 15minutes)

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