If you need to park your car at UWA:
If you are a full-time or part-time student who is currently enrolled in a degree program and has completed a minimum of 48 points towards a degree course (as indicated by the UWA Student Records System), you may be eligible to obtain a parking permit.
Students who are enrolled in Non-Award Courses (e.g. AccessUWA, UWA Extension (Continuing Education), Not For Degree and Cross-Institutional) are not eligible for a parking permit.
If you have not completed 48 points of study, you are generally not entitled to a parking permit.
If you are a graduate of another university you may apply for a permit, but you will also need to provide evidence of your previous degree.
Students in their first academic year of a degree program, as indicated by the Student Record System, are not eligible for a student parking permit unless already a graduate of another university.
First-year students are encouraged to use public transport.
Students residing at University Hall, Trinity College, St George's College, St Catherine's College or St Thomas More College are not eligible for a UWA Student parking permit.
The Postcode exclusion list is currently under review with the possibility of changes occurring in 2016.
UWA supports alternate travel options such as public transport, walking and cycling to and from campus. Visit public transport for more details.
If you live in any of the following postcode areas you are not eligible for a Student parking permit:
You can email Parking Permits if you'd like to apply for an exemption to any of these restrictions. You'll need to provide the following details:
Permits purchased from studentConnect will be posted to your contact address.
You should apply for a student parking permit before the beginning of semester, because long delays may occur.
Full year and Semester 1 permits will be available from 28 January 2016.
Semester 2 permits will be available from 19 July 2016.
If you have a student parking permit, you can park in the yellow parking areas (car parks 1, 4, 8, 9, 21 [upper], 31, 35, 37 and 43).
A parking permit does not guarantee you a parking bay.
If all the yellow student parking areas are full, you may park in short or long-term pay and display parking areas after purchasing and displaying a ticket.
For non-permit holders, or if the permit-parking areas are full, there are long and short-term pay and display parking areas:
Short-term (8am to 5pm)
The maximum amount of time you're allowed to park varies, so make sure to check before leaving your car.
Car Parks 1, 3, 4, 20 (Car Park 37 parking is restricted between 7.00am to 8.00pm).
At the end of the time limit on the signage, the vehicle must be moved from the carpark.
The ticket vending machines accept credit card and coin payments and only accept 10c, 20c, 50c, $1 and $2 coins. No change is given.
If you are using the credit card payment option, there will be a minimum charge of 1 hour.
Please don't park in reserved, disabled and service bays.
You don't need a permit for red and yellow bays on weekends, or after 5pm and before 8am on weekdays (except Car Park 37 where parking is restricted between 7.00am to 8.00pm, Monday to Friday)
Student carpooling permits are no longer available.
If you have to return your permit and you have paid for a full-year student parking permit, you can apply for a refund before 15 July 2016.
Permits returned before 15 July 2016, may receive a 50% refund. No refund will be given after 15 July 2016.
You must return your parking permit.
Please note There is no refunds for Semester 1 permits.