Parking

Parking is available at an hourly rate in the Austin Tower carpark, entrance from Studley Road. It is then a 5-minute walk through the hospital to reach the Bowen Centre – see the map above for directions.

People participating in research projects can park in this carpark for no cost (an exit voucher will be provided).

On-street parking is available in side streets. Most is either restricted to 2-hours or is metered. It can be difficult to find on-street parks during business hours so allow extra time for your visit.

Disabled Parking
For the Sleep and Respiratory laboratories:

  • 2-hour disabled parking is available outside the Harold Stokes Building.
  • Wheelchair parking is accessible via the boomgate from the Burgundy Street entrance (you need to speak into an intercom to get access).

Parking at the Bowen Centre is available in very limited numbers and is therefore restricted to those who have permission and requires a permit.   If you have permission to park at the Bowen Centre, see the Maps and Directions to Bowen Centre page for details.
 



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145 Studley Road
Heidelberg, Victoria, 3084

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