Accessible Parking Application





I understand the permit must be clearly displayed when parking on University grounds, The holder is responsible for ensuring the permit is readily observable by an authorised person. Failure to comply will result in an expiation notice being issued

In consideration of the issue of a  parking permit I acknowledge / undertake / accept that: 

  • This is my only application for a parking permit and is made on the basis of 'home' campus only for the vehicles provided on the form.
  • I must comply with all traffic and parking rules by observing parking, road marking, directional and control signs within the University grounds as per the "University of South Australia Act, 1990' by-laws and to pay any fee which may become payable by virtue of the said by-laws
  • Ignorance of [parking regulations is not an excuse for illegal parking. All complaints or enquiries must be directed in writing to the FM Assist office on the campus concerned
  • While parked pursuant to the above mentioned by-laws neither the University no any of its authorised persons are liable for any loss or damage to my vehicle or contents.
  • Authorised persons have full control of car parking areas and have the right to order the removal of vehicles and / or persons creating a nuisance. Car parking permits may be revoked.
  • Permits must clearly be displayed at all times when parked in University grounds with the holder being responsible for ensuring the permit is readily observable by an authorised person. Permits must be affixed to the left hand side of the front windscreen (passenger side). If you use a sun-shield please ensure that your permit is clearly visible. Failure to comply with this direction may result in an expiation notice being issued.
  • The Adjunct / Designated Accessible permit entitles the holder to park on University grounds in the relevant area, if there is a park available in that area, but does not guarantee that a parking space will be available.
  • An adjunct permit entitles the holder to park if there is a space available in any unreserved parking area on any campus, (except city campus car parks) 
  • A Designated Accessible permit entitles the holder to park in the nominated space on any campus.
  • If for any reason you require to bring another car on campus and it does not have your normal parking permit, please report to FM Assist where you will be issued with a casual parking permit valid for that day.