Community Information Sessions

Main entry car park closure

There’ll be temporary changes to car parking on the campus from early September due to the WWHS Redevelopment Stage 3 project.
The 1-hour main entry carpark will close from 7am, Monday 7 September 2020 for approximately 6 months.
As a result, the current staff car parking area on the campus’ north end off Edward Street will be changed to 2-hour general use parking.  
An evening shuttle bus service will be introduced to take staff on the afternoon shift to their vehicles in streets surrounding the campus.
We understand that this temporary car park closure will impact staff. The temporary closure is required to extend the Stage 3 construction site
to undertake car parking, footpath, paving and landscaping works. As a part of these works, a small number of trucks will use Yabtree Street, Doris Roy Lane and Lewis Drive.

Please also note:

  • Drop-off zones to remain in front of the Emergency Department.
  • Additional accessible car parking and after-hours JMO parking will be available in front of the Mental Health Unit.
  • Pedestrian access to the Hospital’s temporary main entry will still be via the footpath on Lewis Drive.

07 Sep 2020

SSB ground floor corridor

A linkway to connect the new Stage 3 building with the first floor of the Acute Services Building is under construction.  

As a safety precaution, exclusion zones will be established in the Support Services Building (SSB) ground floor corridor. Details here. More  


Green Travel Survey

As a staff member who will relocate into the new Stage 3 building in 2021, we’re keen to know about how you plan to travel to and from your new workplace. This information will inform a Green Travel Plan to support sustainable travel options.

A short, confidential online survey* is now open. The survey will close at 6pm, Thursday 24 September 2020.
The survey link can be found here.
You can also paste the link into your search browser

*This survey is only for staff who will relocate into the new Stage 3 building in 2021.



Wagga Wagga Base Hospital signage

Please be advised that there’ll be a change to pedestrian access to the Wagga Wagga Base Hospital (WWBH) this week-end due to the first stage of works to remove signage from the 5th floor of the WWBH.
As a safety precaution, pedestrians will be diverted around the Hospital fire stairs access towards the temporary main entry from 7am Saturday 19 September until 6pm Sunday 20 September. A traffic control officer will be available to direct pedestrians.