Parking and Transport
Sydney Hospital is located on Macquarie Street. The building has car parking available on site however depending on the duration of your stay there may be more competitive options.
8 Macquarie St
Sydney, NSW 2000
Hours of Operation
|Monday||6:30am - 9:30pm|
|Tuesday||6:30am - 9:30pm|
|Wednesday||6:30am - 9:30pm|
|Thursday||6:30am - 9:30pm|
|Friday||6:30am - 9:30pm|
|Saturday||8:00am - 8:00pm|
|Sunday||9:00am - 6:00pm|
|CAR PARK RATES|
|0.0 – 0.5hrs||$ 9.00|
|0.5 – 1.0hrs||$23.00|
|1.0 – 2.0hrs||$43.00|
|2.0 – 3.0hrs||$59.00|
|3.0 + hrs||$65.00|
|Evening flat rate (after 6pm)||$18.00|
|Weekends flat rate||$18.00|
|Early Bird Rates|
|Monday – Friday||$25.00|
|Terms and conditions apply|
- Enter before 9.45 am (Unless full prior) and have ticket validated on level P6/P5
- Park on level P6 (Bottom level) or as directed by attendant.
- Exit between 3.30pm and 9.30pm (Same day).
If any of the above conditions are not complied with, the full casual fee of $65.00 daily will apply including any over night fees. If early bird closes before 9.45am validation times will vary.
There ae also parking options off street around the building and also in the surrounding streets. Given the hospitals location these are generally quite difficult to find and your best bet is to park in one of the near by car parks.
The nearest car parks with casual parking are;
Sydney Eye Hospital run by Metro
Parkhouse which is directly across the road
Chifley Tower is around the corner
Secure Parking also operate a car park on Macquarie Street
Parking is available at Sydney and Sydney Eye Hospital for patients and visitors
For more information on Concessional car parking fees in NSW public hospitals visit the SESLHD District website
Concessional parking is also available for those who are eligible
Enquiries about Concessional Parking can be made at Sydney and Sydney Eye Hospital Enquiry Counter; Cashiers Office, Ground Floor, Administration Block
After hours enquiries can be made at the Emergency Department Counter
Information line: For information about connections, destinations and timetables for government buses, trains and ferries in and around Sydney, telephone
131500 or check the NSW Transport Trip planner website
Train: Martin Place station is directly opposite the hospital and St James station is at the end of Macquarie Street
Bus: Bus No. 200 stops directly opposite the hospital on Macquarie Street
Ferries: Circular Quay ferry terminal is approximately a 10 minute walk from the hospital
NSW Transport provides a range of community transport services and programs to support people who have limited, or no access, to private transport. Or for patients who have difficulty accessing conventional public transport. Community transport services are affordable, flexible and accessible and can be used to travel to medical appointments.