General Parking Information
There is no public parking available at Cbus Super Stadium. Parking restrictions apply in the local Cbus Super Stadium precinct on event days. Visit the Transport section of this site for more transport information.
Private charter coaches MUST apply for permits to park in designated zones within the Cbus Super Stadium precinct.
Email your request details including registration number, seating capacity, coach type (rigid, mini, banana), length (metres) and expected ETA and ETD to Coach Parking Permit.
To apply for a Coach Parking Pass please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Only patrons with a ADPP (A1, A5 or AC) or Purple Permit are permitted to park on Stadium Drive.
There is no parking on site during major events for those with a QDPP (R1 or R5) or Red Permit.
The arrangements are as follows: QDPP (R1 or R5) and Red permit holders are permitted access to Centreline Place before events (on the south west corner of Cbus Super Stadium) to drop off only. This drop off area is adjacent to Gate B at Cbus Super Stadium. The driver of this vehicle is then required to immediately leave that area as no parking is available. This vehicle may utilise the Park ‘n Ride facility (at Firth Park, Mudgeeraba ) for patrons who wish to return to Cbus Super Stadium.
Alternately, there is a designated bus from the Firth Park Park ‘n Ride facility for QDPP (R1 or R5) and red disabled pass holders and their carers/family . These buses leave Firth Park for transport to Cbus Super Stadium 90 minutes and 30 minutes before kick-off of the main game. This bus will drop patrons directly at the Centreline Place drop off point and then pick up from that point for transfer back to Firth Park at the conclusion of the game. This bus leaves Centreline Place at Cbus Super Stadium for transport back to the Firth Park Park and Ride 15 minutes and 55 minutes after the conclusion of the event.
At the conclusion of the event, QDPP (R1 or R5) and red permit holders are permitted access back to Centreline Place to pick up passengers once the road is open to traffic.
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