Parking on campus

Learn more about the public parking options available to you on campus.

RMIT provides limited parking on campus. Parking is at own risk and sustainable transport methods are encouraged by action 8.1.2 in the RMIT Sustainability Action Plan (PDF 845KB)

All enquiries regarding parking should be directed to

All RMIT campuses and sites are subject to Victorian traffic laws (Road Safety Act and Victorian Road Rules) so please obey the road rules and signs.

RMIT is an Enforcement Agency and an Authorised Officer may issue Parking Infringement Notices in line with the following Acts:

  • s35 and s61 RMIT Act 2010 (Vic)
  • s90K (g),(i), (iii) and (v) Road Safety Road Rules 2017 (Vic)
  • s13 Infringements Act 2006 (Vic)
  • Rule 8 Infringements (Reporting and Prescribed Details and Forms) Regulations 2006 (Vic).
  • Penalties are set by the Victorian Government under s87(3) of the Road Safety Road Rules 2017 (Vic)

How to Pay

  • Online
  • Phone: 03 9058 6646 (Open Monday to Friday 8:30 am and 5:00 pm (except public holidays)

If you get a fine, you can't pay it on campus.


If you wish to apply to have the decision to serve the infringement notice internally reviewed by RMIT University and/or the authorised agent of RMIT University you or a person acting on your behalf may do so by applying via email to supply reply postal address.

All appeals need to be in writing as per legislation only one application tor internal review will be considered. Please address all correspondence to

RMIT University 
GPO Box 425 
Melbourne VIC 3001

City campus

Building 91, 110 Victoria Street Carlton (Entry via Cardigan Street): RMIT’s commercial car park is independently managed by Care Park.

If you are interested in a permanent parking please contact CarePark via email or phone 03 9682 1733.

Casual Parking is also available at the below rates:

Time 2019 Public Rate

0 - 1 hr


1 - 2 hrs


2 - 3 hrs


3 - 4 hrs


4 - 5 hrs


5 - 6 hrs


Daily max.


Early Bird rate

Enter between 6:30am - 10:00am, exit before close


Evening/night rate

Enter after 4pm, exit before close


RMIT staff and students are entitled to a reduced parking rate for reserved parking only.

Bundoora campus

Casual parking can now be paid for at Bundoora via the EasyPark app, available for free download on iTunes and Google Play. This provides an easy and convenient alternative to parking meters as the system only charges for the actual time spent on campus.

Casual parking tickets can also be obtained from parking meters throughout the car park and must be displayed on the dashboard. If a ticket machine is out of order, users are responsible for finding another machine. Credit card surcharges apply at ticket machines.

Parking Permits (Monthly, Bi-Annual and Annual) are available for purchase through the EasyPark web portal.

Brunswick campus

Parking at Brunswick campus is available for students and staff only.

If you are registered for a short course at RMIT, please contact your short course coordinator regarding access.

To use the free motorcycle parking facilities at RMIT campuses, please register for a motorcycle permit via the Easypark system.


Motorcycle parking is available for RMIT students and staff in Building 91 car park on City campus (110 Victoria Street). The car park is open from 6am to 10pm.


There are eight in-ground hoops in the motorcycle parking area near Building 514. Please bring your own lock/chain to secure your motorcycle to the in-ground hoops.


Bundoora West: the existing motorcycle parking area outside Building 210 has been expanded to include 23 bays with in-ground hoops. Please bring your own lock/chain to secure your motorcycle to the in-ground hoops.

Bundoora East: a motorcycle cage (with 18 bays with in-ground locks) has been installed outside Building 253. Please bring your own lock/chain to secure your motorcycle to the in-ground hoops. Please register for swipe card access.

GreenShareCar is available for rent by the hour, day or longer, at Bundoora campus.

The Hyundai i30 is located near by the tennis courts, near the Bundoora West Student Accommodation. It is available to students, staff, as well as members of the public.

Visit GreenShareCar for more information.

Please immediately report any information about defective boom gates, roller shutter doors or any other item of parking equipment to the Service Desk.

City campus

Disabled staff with limited mobility – including staff recovering from an illness or operation – should apply to the City of Melbourne for a City Access permit which allows special parking privileges in the city.

Bundoora and Brunswick campuses

Vehicles with a valid council issued disability parking permit may park in disabled parking spaces. To apply, please contact your local council.

For temporary access to park in a disabled parking bay contact RMIT Campus Safety and Security on your campus.

Significant parking discounts and rates apply to RMIT University students and staff. For more information see:



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