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Prices at South Bank

Prices for South Bank's car park located on Little Stanley Street, entry via Tribune and Glenelg Streets are shown below. Please also find the details of South Bank car park specials available.

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South Bank car park prices and specials

Monday-Friday, Day (enter/exit between 5am and 6pm)

0.0-0.5 hours $6
0.5-1.0 hours $16
1.0-1.5 hours $18
1.5-2.0 hours $18
2.0-2.5 hours $20
2.5-3.0 hours $20
3.0-3.5 hours $25
3.5-4.0 hours $25
4.0-5.0 hours $30
5 + hours $36
Maximum (per day) $36

Monday-Thursday, Night (enter after 6pm)

0-3 hours $10
3.0-4.0 hours $10
4.0-5.0 hours $10
5.0 + hours $10

Friday Nights (enter after 6pm)

0.0-1.0 hours $16
1.0-2.0 hours $18
2.0-3.0 hours $20
3.0-4.0 hours $25 
4.0-5.0 hours $30
5.0 + hours $36 

Weekends and Public Holidays (enter after 5am and exit by 1am)

0.0-1.0 hours $16
1.0-2.0 hours $18
2.0-3.0 hours $20
3.0-4.0 hours $25 
4.0-5.0 hours $30
5.0 + hours $36

Online only special

Get a flat rate of $6 for parking Monday to Thursday after 6pm (for a maximum of three hours) when you book a car park online - click here

Early bird special

If you enter the South Bank Car Park on Little Stanley Street (entry via Tribune and Glenelg Streets) before 10am and exit before 7pm, you'll pay just $16 for parking. Available Monday to Friday only. You must park on Lower Level B2 and validate pass on level B2 upon arrival in the car park.

Morning special

If you enter the South Bank Car Park on Little Stanley Street (entry via Tribune and Glenelg Streets) after 5am and exit before 9am, you'll pay just $2 for parking. Subject to change without notice. Please check the car park signage rates prior to entering.

Lost Ticket

$36

After hours

Let-out (this fee is applied if you need to collect your car after 1am) $80

For all information regarding the underground South Bank car park, please call 07 3867 2022.

If the South Bank car park is ever full, parking is also available at:

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre;
Queensland Performing Arts Centre;
Queensland Art Gallery;
Queensland Museum;
State Library of Queensland;
SW1; and
Southpoint.