- Bond University provides parking for students, staff and visitors.
- Parking on campus is free of charge.
- The speed limit on campus is 20kph.
- Vehicles must be parked according to signage and within the marked lines of a single parking bay.
- Persons parking motor vehicles and bicycles on campus do so at their own risk.
- Bond University is not responsible for fire, theft or loss or damage of any kind to any vehicle or contents thereof whilst on university property.
- All parking regulations apply 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.
Car parking FAQs
Physical parking permits are outdated and if old permits are not removed from the windscreen they become an eyesore and vision hazard for the driver. License Plate Recognition provides a cheaper option to ensure parking is available to students, staff and valid visitors, and facilitates faster and more frequent patrols the university parking areas, which will reduce the number of unauthorised vehicles on campus.
The implementation of the control plan will have no effect on those who park correctly. Those who do not park appropriately and do not comply with the parking terms and conditions may be issued with a parking fee tax invoice of $88.00 to be paid within Care Park requirements (Care Park T&C, Care Park to provide details)
All drivers parking in designated Disability Bays must display a valid Disability Permit. Failure to display a valid Disability Permit may be issued with a parking fee tax invoice of $150.00 as per clause number (Care Park T&C, Care Park to provide details)
All drivers who park a vehicle on a yellow line or area not constructed as a Care Park may be issued with a parking fee tax invoice of $150.00 as per clause number (Care Park T&C, Care Park to provide details)
All vehicles entering site are considered to have accepted the terms and conditions of parking on Bond University property. Campus Security will carry out standard patrols and any vehicle identified as breaching the T&C’s may be issued a warning, or parking fee tax invoice for the amount of $88.00
Logon to the Application Portal provide your personal and vehicle details and you will be added to the list of approved parking list. You do not need to display a permit as we use your vehicle registration number as you permit.
You can requester up to 4 vehicles on your application, however if more than 1 vehicle is parking on campus at the same time it a warning or a parking fee tax invoice being issued.
Failure to register may result is a warning or a parking fee tax invoice being issued.
If your vehicle is dangerously parked in a way that potentially impacts the safety of others, Security will make every attempt to contact you via the contact information that you have provided on your registration form. If Security is unable to contact you to move your vehicle a towing company will be engaged to do so.
Towing, storage and disposal will be in accordance with the Tow Truck Regulations. The University accept no responsibility for vehicles that have been removed from campus by licensed tow truck operators.
Students will need to register at the beginning of each semester to park in campus.
Staff will need to register annually on or before the anniversary of your previous application.
Staff can apply for official visitors to park on campus for free. Please provide the staff member you are visiting with your vehicle registration details to allow them to complete the online registration form.
Please ensure you park in a Parking General (PG) area to ensure a warning or parking fee tax invoice is not issued on your visit.
If your visit is not planned, please contact Security to arrange parking registration.
Yes, all students, staff, and approved visitors need to register to be able to park in this area avoid being issues a warning or parking fee tax invoice.
If you are parking in P1, 2, 3 or other parking area within the precinct please ensure you check the terms and conditions for each area as they are not under the University control. Gold Coast Council and other fines may apply.
Do you have further questions? Please send an email to [email protected]