Parking at our Perth campus is free after 5.00pm on weekdays and all day on Saturday and Sunday in red and green zones.
At all other times, you’ll need to display a valid parking permit.
|Zone or Bay||Description|
|Red zone||Available for university staff and students, commercial tenants and university contractors who have purchased 'red' zone parking permits.|
|Green zone||Available for university staff and students, commercial tenants and university contractors who have purchased 'green' zone, 'red' zone or ‘purple’ Murdoch University Village parking permits.|
|Purple zone||For Murdoch University Village residents and staff only who have purchased 'purple' zone parking permits.|
|Reserved bays||Designated bays allocated to university staff and students, commercial tenants, University Pool Vehicles and Schools/Offices where a 'yellow' reserved parking permit has been approved and purchased. If the allocated bay is full, parking in 'red' or 'green' zones is permitted without penalty. Vehicles not registered with the permit are not permitted to park in these bays.|
|Visitor bays||Available in car parks 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7A. Tickets must be purchased and displayed 8.00am – 5.00pm weekdays. If you have a Murdoch parking permit, you are not permitted to park in visitor parking areas.|
|ACROD and Easy Access bays||A valid ACROD parking permit is required to be displayed by Murdoch staff and students, commercial tenants and visitors when parking in an ACROD bay. An ACROD parking permit holder is not required to purchase and display a Murdoch parking permit. Find out more about ACROD and Easy Access bays|
|Motorcycle bays||Motorcycle and scooter bays are available in car parks 2, 3, 4 and 7. You are not required to purchase a permit for parking in these bays.|
|Service bays||To be used by authorised contractor vehicles servicing the university. A valid temporary contractor service vehicle permit is required to be clearly displayed.|
|Loading bays||Available for Murdoch staff and students, commercial tenants or university contractors who need to load or unload equipment or goods; a strict 15 minute time limit applies. Not to be used for patron drop-off and pick up.|
The campus speed limit is 40kph, aside from car parks and sections along Discovery Way, where the speed limit is 25kph.
You are required to observe the speed limits at all times. Speed detection and traffic management activities are used for the safety of University patrons. Fines may be issued to people who exceed the speed limits or breach the University Parking and Traffic By-Laws in any way.
For the safety and welfare of the University community, pedestrian crossings are strategically positioned along the inner campus roadways and car parks. Please ensure that you allow pedestrians to safely cross and do not overtake another vehicle on the approach to a pedestrian crossing.
Our Perth campus is home to a vast array of wildlife, including some endangered species. Please be mindful of this when using our internal roadways.