Where to Park
Visitors to campus can park free of charge in timed bays. Timed bays on campus are 15 minute, 30 minute & 2 hour.
Alternatively visitors can park in our Purple (Visitor) or Blue (General) Permit bays but to do so must display a valid ticket. Tickets are either obtained from one of the parking machines on campus or issued to eligible visitors in the form of a "scratchy" (Scratch & Display ticket) by a University Department.
Parking Machine tickets or Scratch & Display tickets allow you to park in either Purple (Visitor) or Blue Permit bays only.
Between the hours of 4.30pm & 8.30am Monday to Friday & at weekends parking on campus is free of charge in permit bays.
Students are eligible to purchase Blue & Red permit only. A Blue permit allows you to park in Blue Permit bays only. Red Permits allow you to park in your assigned Red bay or any Blue permit bay.
Students can also park in our Purple (Visitor) bays but must purchase & display a valid ticket purchased from a UNE Parking Machine to do so. Students with a Blue Permit only must not park in any other permit area other than Blue.
Staff are eligible to purchase Blue & Red permits only. Blue permits allows parking in Blue Permit bays only. Red Permits allow parking in your assigned Red bay only or any Blue permit bay.
Staff can also park in our Purple (Visitor) bays but must purchase & display a valid ticket purchased from a UNE Parking Machine to do so. Staff with a Blue Permit only must not park in any other permit area other than Blue.
Contractors / UNE Vehicles
Eligible contractors are issued with a Green permits. Green permits are also issued to UNE pool vehicles. Green permits allow parking in Green & Blue permit bays only. However, Green permit holders are also allowed to park in Loading Bays with no time restrictions.
Available to Staff with a UNE login only is an interactive map that shows the type & location of all parking bays on the main campus. This includes our Permit bays (Blue, Red, Silver & Green) as well as Timed, Disabled, and Loading bays.