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Revitalisation of RPA's western campus

Changes to hospital parking as RPA's redevelopment progresses.

A view of RPA's western campus, showing on-grade parking with the Professor Marie Bashir Centre in the background.
SydneyConnect Image: A portion of Royal Prince Alfred Hospital's western campus

Early works are continuing to support the $750 million redevelopment of Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. This includes the temporary relocation of services to the western campus. 

We are excited about the works which will include:

  • revitalising the western side of the RPA campus
  • the new Parent and Baby Unit which opened last month,
  • a new Infusion Centre and administration buildings,
  • new covered walkways,
  • pedestrian crossings,
  • green spaces and outdoor seating areas,
  • new access to King George V Building,
  • mobility access parking scheme spaces, and cultural and history displays.

The District's Executive Director of Capital Infrastructure and Engineering Jon Gowdy said the changes will improve access to the hospital for staff and visitors and create additional, friendly outdoor areas to sit and take a break.

"The works will start to bring the western side of the campus to life and will make the space more inviting for everyone," he said.

To support the works, there will be changes to hospital parking, with the 150 car spaces in the KGV Car Park off Missenden Road at Camperdown, to be relocated to the Patient and Visitor Car Park and Staff Multi-Storey Car Park off Hospital Road from 1 July. 

There'll be a shuttle bus service every 30 minutes from the multi-storey car park to the hospital's main entrance.

The hospital's General Manager Kiel Harvey thanked everyone for their patience and understanding as the redevelopment progresses.

"I'd like to extend my gratitude to our patients, visitors, staff and the community for their patience as the redevelopment gathers pace.

"The redevelopment will deliver wonderful new areas and refurbishments across our campus that will ensure we're able to continue to provide the very best care for our patients, their families and the community," Mr Harvey said.