USC Sunshine Coast is a regulated parking area Monday–Friday, 8am–6pm all year (excluding public holidays).The University encourages the use of sustainable transport.
We now have four electric car charging stations at Sunshine Coast campus, these are located in Car park 11.
Find out more about:
- General parking information — paid and free zones, information for students, staff, visitors and campus tenants, information about motorcycle and special needs parking, after-hours security escorts
- Parking map — where to park, paid and free zones, location of ticketless parking meters, designated parking areas for motorcycles and special needs
- Parking fees and fines — ePermits, eTickets (casual parking), costs, how to pay, infringements
- Modify existing ePermit
- Parking rules and conditions
- Paid parking FAQs
Real-time parking availability
Parking availability refers to regulated parking zones adjoining the main campus ring road. Parking zones at the sport precinct and the free Claymore Road facility are not included in the count.
Parking on campus is free. There are designated disabled, loading and visitor parking areas on campus.
USC Caboolture is easily accessible by public transport, including bus, train or taxi.
The campus is within easy reach of the Caboolture train station, and is well serviced by local buses. For route and fare information visit the Translink website.
USC staff and students have access to a free shuttle bus service between the campus and Caboolture train station during semester.
There is no designated student parking on campus, but there are several paid parking options within walking distance.
USC SouthBank is easily accessible by public transport, including bus, train and City Cat ferry. For route and fare information visit the Translink website.
USC SouthBank is also accessible via a number of bikeways and shared pathways, and includes a Bike Hub (bring your own lock). Find out more about cycling to USC SouthBank.
University of the Sunshine Coast Parking - Managerial Policy
Parking on campus is at your own risk.
Observe the posted speed limits, drive slowly and protect our wildlife.