Getting here - overview
The car parks at Auckland City Hospital can
be very busy, particularly in the middle of the day and during
wet weather. Please consider asking a friend or family member to
drop you off or use public transport, go to www.maxx.co.nz for
times and services.
The main entrance to Auckland City Hospital is
just off Park Road and is clearly marked. To find the main reception
desk from the main entrance, take the escalator or a lift up to
Level 5. At the top of the escalator on Level 5 you will find a
waiting area with couches, as well as a reception desk.
Patients can wait in the comfort of the
Transition Lounge after discharge while they are waiting for
relatives to collect them. The Transition Lounge is located on
Level 5 of the Support Building near Car park A.
There is a free 15 minute drop off and pick up in car park A
(opposite the Transition Lounge). There are also two car parking
spaces, (marked in blue) opposite the Transition Lounge, where
relatives can park for 5 minutes while they collect their family
Department vehicle access
urgent or critical care, drivers should follow the signs to the
Emergency Department which is clearly signposted from the
Buses stop on Park Road near the Main Entrance to the hospital. Detailed bus and public transport routes can be found at MAXX
or call Maxx on 09 366 6400, or 0800 10 30 80 from the Hibiscus
A taxi phone is located in the Main Entrance on Level 4, and at
the entrance to the Emergency Department. Taxi ranks are located
outside the Main Entrance (Level 4).
Cycle storage is
available for visitors in the entrance to Car Park A at Auckland
City Hospital. Bring your own lockable chain. You can check out
cycle paths around the area at
Auckland Transport’s website.
Waitemata shuttle service
This shuttle provides transport assistance from
people living in the Waitemata DHB area with an appointment at
Auckland City Hospital. For more information please
here (PDF) or call 0800 809 342 or (09) 426 0918.
There are two car parks at Auckland City
and Starship Children's Hospital.
Visitors and patients to Auckland City Hospital should
use Car park A. This is situated at the front of the
hospital and accessed from Park Road. There is also a free 15
minute drop off and pick up in this car park.
Visitors and patients to Starship Children’s Hospital
should use Car park B behind Starship, which is accessed from Grafton Road
or Park Road.
Disabled car parks are provided in both car