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Parking costs 
UniSC Sunshine Coast Only - PAYG - CellOPark fees - casual parking (pay daily, on-campus)
Vehicle type Hourly (PAYG Only) 4 hours  Full day
Car A$0.75 A$3 A$5
Motorcycle A$0.50 A$2 A$3
UniSC Sunshine Coast Only - eTickets - casual parking (pay daily, on campus)
Vehicle type 4 hours or less More than 4 hours
Car A$3 A$5
Motorcycle A$2 A$3
UniSC Sunshine Coast and UniSC Moreton Bay - vPermits – 6-month or 12-month (pay upfront, online)

Students, staff, visitors and tenants have the option of buying a 6-month or 12-month vPermit.

Vehicle type Students – 6 month Staff and community – 6 month Students – 12 month Staff and community – 12 month
Car A$100 A$180 A$200 A$360
Motorcycle A$50 A$50 A$80 A$80
UniSC Sunshine Coast Only - PAYG - CellOPark fees - casual parking (pay daily, on campus)

Start a PAYG parking session via CellOPark. For information on how to register please visit the CellOPark website.

How do I register to use the CellOPark parking app?

Download the app from the App store for IOS or Android. There is a free, one-off registration. On registration you must provide the following:

· Contact details

· A current local mobile phone number. If you don’t have a mobile number call CellOPark on 1300 467 275 (1300 GO PARK)

· Vehicle registration number (plate number)

· A valid payment method (can be a valid Visa or MasterCard credit/debit card)

After this one-off registration, you can use the system straight away:

· Click the 'Sign-up' button and complete the registration form.

· Download the CellOPark parking app and follow the steps.

· Call 1300 467 275 (1300 GO PARK) to register with the CellOPark call centre.

How do I start and stop a CellOPark parking session?

Use one of the three options below:

1. Use the CellOPark app on your smartphone. Simply select the vehicle, location and zone and click 'Start' or 'Stop'.

2. Call CellOPark on 03-91111799 and follow the prompts or the session will end automatically.

3. Go to your online account, go to "Live Parking", select the vehicle, location and zone and click 'Start' or ‘Stop'.

How do I stop a parking session?

Use one of the three options below:

1. Use the CellOPark app on your smart phone - simply click "STOP".

2. Call CellOPark on 03-91111799 - the session will end automatically.

3. Go to your online account, go to "Live Parking" and click "Stop Parking".

4. Call 1300 467 275 (1300 GO PARK) to register with the CellOPark call centre.

CellOPark terms and Conditions

It’s important you read and understand CellOPark’s terms and conditions before using these services.

If you wish to terminate your agreement with CellOPark, please contact them by emailing support@cellopark.com.au or calling 1300 CellOPark

 

UniSC Sunshine Coast only - Pay for casual parking (eTicket)

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Daily and half-daily parking eTickets are available to students, staff, tenants and visitors to the campus and are available for purchase via one of the Ticketless Parking Meters located around campus.

  1. Park on campus in a paid parking zone
  2. Go to the nearest Ticketless Parking Meter (refer to the parking map)
  3. Enter your vehicle's registration number and select car OR motorcycle
  4. Choose from two options: 4 hours or less (A$3 car; A$2 motorcycle) OR more than 4 hours (A$5 car; A$3 motorcycle)
  5. Pay with coins, Mastercard or Visa. No notes accepted. No change given.
  6. Note your receipt code.
Require a parking receipt
  1. Visit my-receipt.com
  2. Enter receipt code (from meter) and your vehicle’s registration number
  3. Click Get Receipt
  4. Click on ‘Receipt’ button to download
  5. To set up automatic email for future eReceipts click on ‘Setup email' and enter your email address

Important note:

  • Remember your registration when paying at the Ticketless Parking Meter.
  • You must pay within 15 minutes of parking on campus.
  • Parking at UniSC is a ticketless system using numberplate recognition technology—there is no need to print or display a ticket or permit on your vehicle.
UniSC Sunshine Coast and UniSC Moreton Bay - Purchase a 6-month or 12-month vPermit

vPermits are available to purchase online.

For more information please refer to the vPermit User Guide

Important note: UniSC Sunshine Coast Only

  • Parking at UniSC is a ticketless system using numberplate recognition technology—there is no need to print or display a ticket or permit on your vehicle.
  • Refer to general parking information for more details, including multiple vehicle registration.
  • The definition of Community in relation to the Staff and Community vPermit includes, but is not limited to, Innovation Centre staff and tenants, Education Queensland employees, sessional and casual staff, consultants, contractors, construction workers, sport precinct users, etc.
  • Refer to the conditions of purchase and use.
Conditions of purchase and use
  • By purchasing an eTicket, vPermit or starting a CellOPark session you agree to abide by the rules of parking and driving on campus or risk infringement.
  • An eTicket, vPermit or CellOPark does not guarantee a parking space on campus.
  • vPermits are effective from the date you select at time of purchase.
  • vPermits are non refundable.
  • vPermits are not transferrable.
  • vPermits allow up to 5 vehicles to be registered on the one vPermit, however, the onus is on the driver to nominate one active vehicle on campus using the vPermit at any one time. The other vehicle is required to purchase an eTicket when both vehicles are on campus at the same time.
  • Salary-sacrificed vPermits can be cancelled at any time permanently or for periods of leave greater then twelve weeks by cancelling within the vPermit platform and emailing parking@usc.edu.au. Cancellation takes effect in the next fortnightly pay period.
  • It is your responsibility to renew your vPermit (unless salary sacrificing) if and when required.
  • It is your responsibility to change your vPermit's vehicle registration number if required.

UniSC Sunshine Coast Only

Sunshine Coast Council parking inspectors enforce parking regulations on campus and in surrounding streets. Failure to purchase a current eTicket or vPermit will result in an infringement notice being issued.

Park only in designated areas, not in restricted areas such as service roads, driveways, building entrances or grassed areas. If you are not parked in a marked bay, you are parked illegally and risk an infringement notice.

Refer to the Sunshine Coast Council website for further information in relation to the enforcement of parking penalties, including penalty amounts, how to pay and how to appeal.

The University is not able to enter into any dispute over a parking infringement notice or resulting fine.