Getting to our facilities
The Caboolture Hospital is located forty eight kilometers north of Brisbane's central business district. The main entrance and the Emergency Department entrance are both off McKean Street. This entrance provides patients and visitors access the hospital carpark.
The hospital is accessable by bus, train, taxi and private transport. Major routes for public transport are located outside the hospital and at the Caboolture railway station.
Finding your way within the hospital
Downloadable versions of the Caboolture Hospital maps:
- Caboolture Hospital grounds map (PDF 128kb)
There are carparks available for patient, visitor and staff use on the Caboolture Hospital grounds. Please ensure you allow adequate time as on-site parking facilities are limited.
Parking around the Caboolture Hospital area and the hospital complex is regulated. Parking in nearby streets is controlled and has time limits.
There are designated two minute pick up/drop off areas for patients and visitors in the hospital grounds, in front of the main entrance of the hospital and outside Emergency entrance (see facilities map). People exceeding this two-minute limit may be fined. Parking fines apply for illegal parking elsewhere in the hospital grounds.
Bus stops are located outside the hospital on McKean Street.
The nearest railway station is Caboolture Railway stations. This station is approximately 1.5 km from the Caboolture Hospital and have many bus connections.
For public transport information, call the TransInfo Hotline phone number on 131230 or visit http://translink.com.au.
The closest taxi rank is located at the main entrance to the Caboolture Hospital on McKean Street. This rank is located at the main entrance of the hospital and the closes to the Central Admission for people being admitted to or discharged from the hospital. Free taxi telephone are located on the Ground Floor of the Main building of the Caboolture Hospital.
On discharge, Ambulance transport can be arranged for patients, who, for medical reasons cannot travel by other means. An authority for transport must be signed by your doctor. Ambulance transport departure time is at the discretion of the Queensland Ambulance Service, because emergencies are given priority service.