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Frequently asked questions

About the project

The Queensland Government has committed $399.5 million for the redevelopment of Caboolture Hospital, which includes $352.9 million for the redevelopment of Caboolture Hospital and $46.6 million to deliver a new multi-storey car park. An additional $3.55 million has also been committed to refurbish the Caboolture Hospital kitchen and move to a new patient meal service.

The Federal Government committed a further $10 million for a new 8-chair Day Chemotherapy Unit at Caboolture Hospital, providing chemotherapy and infusion services for cancer patients. The new Day Chemotherapy Unit will be delivered as part of the Caboolture Hospital Redevelopment refurbishment program.

The new five storey Clinical Services Building (CSB) and the new Multi-Storey Car Park will be built at the front of the hospital. The CSB will sit between the existing hospital and McKean Street and occupy the space that was used for the former public carpark.

Construction of the new five storey Clinical Services Building began in late-2020 and construction of the new Multi-Storey Carpark began in early 2021. Construction on the new Day Chemotherapy Unit has also commenced and is being delivered as part of the Clinical Services Building works.

The Kitchen Refurbishment works are scheduled to begin in 2022.

Construction Impacts

As part of the project implementation and approvals, Lendlease are required to have a construction management plan. This plan outlines what will be put in place to minimise impacts from dust, noise and vibration. This is very important as the construction zone is close to homes, schools, and the existing hospital.

Lendlease has a traffic management plan. Traffic control will be in place along McKean Street and/or the hospital ring road as required to manage vehicle access to and from the construction site.

Future car parking

Yes. Caboolture Hospital will have a new $46.6 million multi-storey car park.

The new six storey car park will have over 1,000 parking spaces in a mix of multi-storey and at-grade facilities. 

Accessible parking spaces, electric vehicle charging bays and motorcycle parking will all be available in the carpark

Yes. When the new multi-storey carpark opens, all onsite parking, including spaces outside the multi-storey car park, will be tariffed.

The fee/tariff structure is set by the State Government and Queensland Health.

Fees will be shared with patients, visitors and staff, along with how to access concessional parking rates, closer to the opening of the multi-storey car park.

The fee/tariff structure is set by the State Government and Queensland Health.

Fees will be shared with patients, visitors and staff, along with how to access concessional parking rates, closer to the opening of the multi-storey car park.

Yes. Concessional parking rates will be available for eligible patients and carers.

A staff rate will also be available to hospital staff.

It will always be free to use the drop-off and pick-up zone at the front entrance of the hospital.

We recognise and appreciate the dedication and contribution of our volunteers and have therefore ensured hospital volunteers will be able to access a very limited number of spaces free of charge.

Keeping you informed

Metro North Health work closely with Lendlease Building to ensure the community is kept informed about the Caboolture Hospital Redevelopment Project. You can subscribe to receive Lendlease’s fortnightly Site Activity Update which includes information on key construction activities. Updates will be delivered to your inbox every fortnight.

Lendlease Building, the Managing Contractor, held an Industry Briefing Event in August 2020 identifying procurement opportunities on the project.

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More information

Redevelopment Project Team
Phone:  (07) 5316 5464
Email: Caboolture_Projects@health.qld.gov.au

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