Temporary Access Parking Permit

Temporary Access permits will only be issued for a period up to 3 months. Those who require an Access permit for a longer period must apply for a Disability Parking Permit through any Service SA Customer Service Centre.

Please show your Medical Certificate to staff in FM Assist when collecting your permit. Failure to do so will result in the permit not being issued.  



  • I must comply with the University Guidelines and Conditions, including all University traffic and parking rules by observing, road-marking, directional and control signs within the University grounds as per the University of South Australia Act 1990 By-Laws. Failure to meet these conditions and guidelines will result in a parking Expiation Notice and/or the permit revoked.
  • I acknowledge the granted permit entitles the holder to park within any Access park on University grounds. The University does not guarantee that a park will be available.
  • Temporary Access permit must be displayed on the dashboard at all times, when parked in an Access park.
  • Permit is only valid for the specified time.
  • Parking without a valid permit or with a vehicle not registered to the permit will result in an Expiation Notice.
  • While parked pursuant to the above mentioned By-Laws neither the University nor any of it's authorised persons are liable for any loss or damage to my vehicle or contents.
  • Authorised persons have full control of parking areas and have the right to order the removal of vehicles and/or persons creating a nuisance.
  • I agree to abide by the provisions contained therein, which may vary from time to time.
I understand and agree to the terms and conditions