Southern Tasmania Area Health ServicesTasmanian Health Service - Southern Region

Argyle Street Car Park

Open: 7am – 10pm, 7 days a week

On Level 3 there is a drop-off zone that gives your access to the Wellington Outpatient Clinics.

This information was correct at time of publication. For updated information please refer to

Market Place Car Park

Open: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Vodafone Central

Cnr Argyle and Bathurst Street, Hobart

Open: 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week

Street Parking

Metered parking spaces are available outside the hospital in Campbell and Argyle Streets.

Short Term Parking

Short term parking for people with disabilities, and/or for patient drop off/ pick up is available outside the Hospital at the Argyle and Liverpool Street entrances.

Hospital Access

The Liverpool Street entrance to the hospital is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days per week.  The Argyle entrance is closed between the hours of 8.30pm to 6am. The Campbell Street entrance is currently closed due to redevelopment works.

Hobart City Council parking officers patrol RHH parking spaces and parking tickets will be issued for unauthorised parking.

The RHH accepts no responsibility for payment of fines, nor is the RHH able to waive fines.

Redevelopment Works

Due to the redevelopment of the hospital some drop/off pick up areas may be closed during building works and some entrances may also be closed.

Pensioner Concession Parking Vouchers

Hobart City Council offers a book of parking vouchers to eligible Pension Card holders. These coupons entitle you to four hours free parking in any of Council's Multi-Storey Carparks on any one day per week. At the expiration of the four free hours normal rates apply.

Conditions apply. For more information on eligibility or conditions please ring the Customer Service Centre on (03) 6238 2711 or email

Cancer Patient Transport System (transport 2 treatment)

The Cancer Council Tasmania provides transport for Tasmanian cancer patients and their carers travelling to treatment through a program called transport 2 treatment.   The transport 2 treatment program provides a range of transport options as well as travel assistance for cancer patients around Tasmania.  The program can also reimburse travel costs to people transporting friends or relatives to treatment and offers financial assistance to patients who can drive themselves but have difficulty meeting the high costs of travel.

Phone:                         (03) 6233 2030