Parking is available on the Royal North Shore Hospital campus. Fees apply, so please check signage.

Concession parking rates are available for:

  • Patient and patient carers attending treatment more than twice per week
  • Patients attending ongoing cancer treatment
  • Patients attending daily outpatient treatment
  • Centrelink beneficiaries.

A valid concession card must be produced on each occasion to obtain concession parking tickets through the Wilson Parking Office, located in the P2 car park. If you need to speak to someone phone 9438 1976.

Parking Map (including Disabled Parking)

Concessional parking for patients and carers (effective July 1 2017)

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

  • holders of eligible government cards;
  • patients and their carers who attend the hospital/facility on an ongoing basis for treatment;
  • 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 (over a period of time greater than one week);
  • cardiac rehabilitation education and exercise class attendees, and;
  • daily dressing outpatients.

Eligible patients and their carers are required to present their parking ticket, photo identification, and concession card at one of the validation locations, including:

  • The General Administration desk located at Main Entrance on level 3 (0-3 hour or 3 plus hours parking only)
  • The Cancer Centre located on level 1 (0-3 hour or 3 plus hours parking only)
  • Emergency department (0-3 hour or 3 plus hours parking only. For patients of the ED or for after-hours validation only)
  • Wilson Parking (for 3 and 7 day parking. Open between 6am and 10pm)

Nepean Parking ConcessionsDownload a PDF Information Sheet about Parking Concessions [PDF]


Public Transport

Royal North Shore Hospital Transport Access Guide – Your guide to using active transport to get to Royal North Shore Hospital.



There is a bus stop located on Reserve Road, close to the main entrance of the hospital (Route 144 only).

The most current bus timetable can be found on the Sydney Buses website.

Bus stops are also available on Pacific Highway, just outside St Leonards Station, for other routes.

Artarmon Loop

The Artarmon Loop is a free shuttle service travelling on a loop from St Leonards Station through the Artarmon industrial area.


Royal North Shore Hospital is a 10 minute walk from St Leonards Station. 

The most current train timetable can be found on the Sydney Trains website (search T1 North Shore and Northern lines).


There is a taxi rank located on Reserve Road.

Community Transport

Community Transport provides affordable and flexible health and medical transport to eligible individuals who cannot access public transport, including frail aged people over 65 years, people with a disability or a chronic condition and their carers. Service is subject to resource availability.

For more information visit  to locate the Community Transport organisation servicing your area.