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The car entrance to the Burgundy Street Outpatient Drop Off Point is further up the Burgundy Street hill from the Emergency Only entrance. There is a small Austin Health sign but the entrance can be hard to see. As you enter, you need to turn left immediately. There is some disabled 2-hour parking available here as well as 15 minute drop off / pick up parking.
Note: Parking at Bowen Centre is limited to those with permission, requires a permit (from reception at Bowen) and involves tight turns and parking bays with very limited turning space.
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