Campbelltown Hospital Car park Expansion

To ensure that Campbelltown Hospital can meet the changing and increasing healthcare needs of the growing Macarthur community, the NSW Government is investing $632 million to redevelop our hospital, with an additional $34 million allocated to the construction of a multi-storey and on-grade car parks.

The new multi-storey and on grade car parks will address current and future demand for parking at Campbelltown Hospital. 

Will there be car parking fees?
Parking at Campbelltown Hospital is soon to be managed in line with NSW Health policy in which car parking fees are applied to metropolitan Local Health Districts at hospital campuses undergoing significant car park expansion works. This fee policy supports the sustainable funding, construction and operation of new hospital car parks.
 
With the completion of the new multi-storey car park and on-grade parking area upgrades as part of the Campbelltown Hospital Redevelopment project, planning for the implementation of paid parking on campus is now underway.

Car parking fees will be implemented in line with NSW Health policies, including: Will there be concessional rates?
A NSW Health Policy Directive – Car Parking Concessional Fees and Eligibility – makes provisions to mitigate car parking charges for patients who are required to attend a hospital facility for a course of treatment over an extended period of time, enabling access to concessional car parking rates for those patients experiencing financial hardship. Concessional parking fees will be available to a range of patients and their families in line with the above policy.

To assist hospital visitors, the NSW Public Hospital Parking and Directions website and app has also been developed - www.parking.health.nsw.gov.au