Important: Our visiting policy has changed. Check here for more information.
Parking is limited at Middlemore Hospital. Please consider using public transport. The main entrance to the Middlemore Hospital site is on Hospital Road. The bus stop and train station are located outside Galbraith Building entrance which is on Hosptial Road. Once in the main entrance check the wayfinding board for directions to different services within the hospital.
Vehicle access for parking at Middlemore Hospital is through the Main Gate 1 on Hospital Road. There are 6 car park zones and signs will direct you to the one closest to your destination.
Kidz First Hospital entrance is through South Gate 2. Parking sites outside the Kidz First Hospital entrance is specially provided for caregivers/parents who have patients in Kidz First. You do need to display a parking permit to use this carpark or risk your car being towed. However, you will not be guaranteed a place if parking spaces have all been taken.
Mobility Parking spaces can be located near most of the entrances around the hospital. Please ensure you display an authorised mobility parking pass at all times. Click here for more information about mobility parking at Counties Manukau DHB locations. Patients may be dropped off or picked up from outside the Hospital main entrance, which has a small number of free short-term parks reserved for this purpose only. Please consider others and remove cars as soon as possible.
Parking for all other visitors is available in designated paid visitor parking spaces around the Middlemore Campus. There is a new public designated parking area beside the new Edmund Hillary Block. Please follow the signs and to enter the visitor car park insert your ticket barcode up. Remove the ticket and the barrier will rise.
Autopay stations are located throughout the carpark and Hospital main entrance. After validating your ticket you have 15 minutes to exit the carpark otherwise extra payment is required. Parking prices will be updated soon.
Hours of operation: 24 hours per day / 7 days a week.
Between 2pm and 8pm (visiting hours), visitor can park for 30 minutes with no charge. The visitor must leave within the 30 minutes otherwise normal rates apply.