Accommodation and travel to the Repatriation General Hospital


For patients and visitors needing accommodation there are many suitable options close to the hospital. For more information visit SA Tourism.

Our hospital has limited accommodation for patients from the country and remote locations. Please ask us about the options available.


Private Car

There is a patient pick-up and drop-off zone at the main entrance of the hospital and outside The Repat Clinics.

For longer periods, park in one of the car parks located throughout the Repat grounds. All car parking is free for patients and visitors.

Car parking spaces for people with disability permits are available in all patient and visitor car parks.

The hospital courtesy car can transport people around the hospital grounds and is available to collect people from convenient pick up points between 9.00 am and 3.30 pm Monday to Friday.The courtesy car can be paged from any area in the hospital, so please see any of the friendly staff who can assist with this, to take you to your chosen destination.

Bus services

Bus stops are located on Goodwood Road. Local bus routes provide public transport to and from the city centre, Marion Interchange and Flinders Medical Centre.

For more information visit Adelaide Metro.

Taxi services

Free taxi phones are available in the main entrance foyer and the clinics area of our hospital.

Adelaide Independent Taxi
ph: 13 22 11

Suburban Taxi
ph: 131 008

Yellow Cab  
ph: 13 2227

There is also a taxi rank on Daws Road adjacent the main entrance and also outside the Repat Clinics.

Ambulance services

Patients who are transported by ambulance to or from hospital or between hospitals at their request, are responsible for any SA Ambulance Service accounts for transport.

Transport assistance

The Red Cross may be able to help with use of their patient transport service.

The Patient Assistance Transport Scheme (PATS) provides some financial reimbursement to country patients and approved escorts with the cost of travel and accommodation when they are required to travel over 100 kilometres (each way) to receive specialist medical treatment that is not available at their nearest centre.

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