Whether you plan to catch public transport, cycle or drive, it’s easy to get to UniSA. There are plenty of transport options available to get you here.
If you are considering driving it’s a good idea to explore your campus parking options and costs first.
City campus parking (City East and City West)
City East and City West do not offer on-campus parking. You can park anywhere in the city through metered or free on-road parking and/or commercial off-road parking. Check out the City of Adelaide’s guide to transport to find available commercial car parking in the CBD.
Parking spots close to campus can be limited and may cost around $4 an hour to $15 a day (for early bird parking). For cheaper or free parking, you may have to park further away from your campus and the CBD.
Suburban campus parking (Magill and Mawson Lakes)
Magill and Mawson Lakes provide on-campus car parking to students in any of the available unreserved car parks on campus. Parking will cost you 15 cents an hour to $1.50 for a full day (8am – 6pm).
Tickets are purchased from the easily located “Pay and Display” metered parking systems around campus. Check out Magill or Mawson Lakes campuses to find Pay and Display ticket machine locations and campus parking zones.
Tickets must be shown on the lower left hand side (passenger side) of the front windscreen. Make sure tickets are clearly visible to any authorised person and remove all previous tickets. A parking fine will be issued if a ticket is not visible.
Motorcycle parking is provided on the University grounds at City East, Magill and Mawson Lakes campuses with the display of a University parking permit. At City West, motorcycles can be parked in the designated council parks, however parking on University grounds is not provided. Apply through the Tenix Parking Application System for your motorcycle parking permit.
Postgraduate student parking
Postgraduate students are eligible to apply for an unreserved parking permit on their home campus (Mawson Lakes and Magill only). Apply through the Tenix Parking Application System for your parking permit. Please contact Tenix Solutions for any queries.
Access parking for people with a Disability Parking Permit is available on all campuses, including the city campuses. Both council disabled parks and also disabled parks which are provided by the University can be accessed. Find out more.
Want more information? Check out the UniSA 2012 Parking Guidelines.