Caboolture Hospital’s new multi-storey carpark will be open to visitors from mid-2023, says State Member for Bancroft Chris Whiting.
The new six-level car park will include over 1000 parking spaces and increase the on-site parking spaces number to more than 1500.
“We’ve invested more than $46 million to construct a multi-level carpark that meets the needs of local residents using the hospital,” Mr Whiting said.
“For patients and visitors, fees will range from $3 to $7 for visits between one to three hours and $13 will be the maximum fee for a 24-hour period.
“Parking concessions will be available for eligible patients and carers.”
Queensland Health will own and operate the car park, which is part of a $399 million redevelopment currently underway at Caboolture Hospital.
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