Car, motorcycle, and bicycle parking

Students with disabilities

RMIT doesn't have any designated DDA parking facilities at the City campus. However, there are numerous street parking options available which require a Council-issued parking permit.

We recommend that, if eligible, you apply for a City Access Permit.

RMIT Campus Navigator

Find your way around campus

Use the RMIT Campus Navigator app to locate anything from tutorial rooms and computer labs to coffee shops and parking spaces on your RMIT campus.

Updated monthly with new maps, areas, locations and features, the app is available to download now for Android and iPhone

Parking fines

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 2018 (2018/2019); the new parking infringement fees are:

Band 1 - $32.00

Band 2 - $97.00

Band 3 - $161.00

 

2019 Parking Rates from 1 January - Permit Parking

Permanent parking in the City campus will increase from $4,842 per annum ($403.50 per month) to $4,944 per annum ($412 per month). This change reflects an increase in Congestion Levy.

Important info

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).

Parking equipment failure

Please report any defective parking equipment immediately to the Service Desk.

Lost or stolen permits

Replacement of lost or stolen permits will attract the full fee.

  • There is no refund available for lost or stolen parking permits.
  • Lost or stolen permits can only be replaced free of charge if evidence in the form of a police report or insurance claim form is provided. Otherwise, the permit will only be replaced if an additional fee is paid.

Contact us

All enquiries regarding parking should be directed to RMIT Parking at parking@rmit.edu.au.