A. No. Pedestrian safety is a major priority for BAC and it is imperative that pedestrian crossings are not encumbered by vehicles stopped either partially or entirely across them.
It is an offence under the parking regulations to stop your vehicle within a certain distance either side of a pedestrian crossing. In an effort to prevent vehicles from stopping on or near a crossing we have designated the area either side of the crossing a “No Stopping” zone, which is enforced.
A. No. It is an offence under the parking regulations to park in an area designated for people with disabilities without the correct authorisation. If you require the use of a bay due to limited mobility or disability, but do not have the required permit, please call +61 7 3406 3261 between 8am to 3pm Monday to Friday and at least 24 business hours in advance to discuss arrangements. If prior arrangements are not made fines may apply.
A. No. You will appreciate that vehicles stopping in bus zones create a problem for bus drivers pulling into and out of these bays and present a danger for vehicles and pedestrians. You should note that it is irrelevant how long your vehicle remains stationary in the area, simply stopping a vehicle in a bus zone is an offence.
A. You may stop on the public roads in front of the terminals for no more than two minutes. However, due to security restrictions, you are not permitted to leave your vehicle under any circumstances.
A. All appeals must be in writing and posted to Brisbane Airport Corporation, P.O. Box 61, Hamilton Central QLD 4007; or faxed to +61 7 3860 8648.
Please note, under BAC’s arrangements with the Australian Government, issuing officers have no discretion in issuing or cancelling parking infringements.
A. If you were not the driver or you did not own the vehicle at the time of the offence you must complete a statutory declaration stating the name and address of the driver or owner of the vehicle, and send it to Brisbane Airport Corporation, P.O. Box 61, Hamilton Central QLD 4007.
A. All parking infringements issued at Brisbane Airport are issued on behalf of the Australian Government under the Commonwealth Airports (Control of On Airport Activities) Regulations 1997. BAC derives no income from the collection of parking infringements for the Commonwealth.
A. All airport roads are signed “No Parking” or "No Stopping" for a number of safety and security reasons. In recent years accidents have been caused by drivers attempting to re-enter the roadways or merge with moving vehicles at speeds of up to 100 km/h.