Parking at Bundoora campus
Types of parking
Refunds for Bundoora campus parking - Semester 1 2020
In response to COVID-19, all RMIT Australian campuses will not be accessible in-person until further notice. Given this, RMIT and Care Park are offering to refund permit parking fees for all students who’ve purchased 2020 annual and bi-annual Bundoora campus parking permits.
If you live in accommodation on-campus and are currently using the car park, you can still get a refund. Students living on campus can access free parking until face-to-face classes recommence.
When face-to-face classes resume, students who want another parking permit will need to apply by following the instructions below.
Building 300 Health Sciences Clinic
Students with disabilities
Only vehicles with a valid Council issued disability parking permit can park in disabled parking bays.
For temporary access to park in a disabled parking bay contact RMIT Campus Security.
Staff and students are required to observe parking regulations on campus and are likely to be issued a Parking Infringement Notice (PIN) / Fine if they breach parking regulations.
From 1 July 2019 (2019/2020); the new parking infringement fees are:
Band 1 - $33.00
Band 2 - $99.00
Band 3 - $165.00
The cost of parking permits and the fines for parking without a permit are RMIT-approved student fees. Failure to purchase a permit or pay a parking fine will have the same consequences as not paying any other student fee.
RMIT is an authorised Enforcement Agency through Fines Victoria and an Authorised Officer may issue PIN’s 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)