Disability parking permits
The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) issues disability parking permits.
You can apply for a disability parking permit if you are unable to walk or find it hard to walk due to a medical condition or disability.
If you park in a disability parking bay without displaying a permit, you may be fined. The permit number and expiry date must be visible from outside the vehicle.
There are two types of disability permits an Australian Disability Parking Permit and a Queensland Disability Parking Permit.
For more information about disability parking permits and conditions of use, please call TMR on 132 380 or visit Queensland Government – Parking permits.
Monitoring of disability parking bays
Our Community Parking Officers monitor disability parking bays on roads, Council property and some large shopping centres.
Community Parking Officers and the police can issue fines to people who park in disability parking bays without a permit.
Some shopping centres have an agreement for us to monitor their disability parking bays. This gives our Community Parking Officers the ability to fine people who park in their disability parking bays without a permit.
Our Community Parking Officers monitor these shopping centres:
- Arndale Shopping Centre
- Beenleigh Mall
- Beenleigh Market Place
- Eagleby Shopping Plaza
- Grand Plaza Shopping Centre
- Greenbank Shopping Centre
- Hyperdome Home Centre
- Jimboomba Convenience Centre
- Jimboomba Shopping Centre
- Logan Central Plaza
- Logan City Shopping Centre
- Logan Hyperdome
- Loganholme Shopping Village
- Marsden Park Shopping Centre
- Marsden on Fifth
- Riverlakes Village
- Underwood Market Place
- Waterford Plaza.