Visiting and staying

  • Check the latest visitor information before your visit
    Patient visitor restrictions at the Queensland Children's Hospital can change quickly during the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure we continue to maintain safe access to health care for children and young people.
    Please check the latest updates on our COVID-19 page before your arrival. You can also download the MyQCH app to receive notifications about any service changes.
    Limiting the number of visitors in our facilities and following physical distancing guidelines continues to play an important role in helping us maintain safe access to healthcare for children and young people.
    To help us maintain appropriate physical distancing, we ask that you consider limiting the number of people (including siblings) accompanying your child and/or visiting wherever possible.

Information for families about staying at, or nearby the hospital including emergency accommodation, long-term accomodation and government subsidies available. Read more

Tips and helpful information to help make sure your outpatient appointment runs as smoothy as possible. Read more

Tips and helpful information about what happens when you arrive at Queensland Children’s Hospital for a planned treatment or operation. Read more

Our Emergency Department operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week providing care for children who need urgent medical attention. Read more

Information about the range of food and retail outlets located within, and near-by the Queensland Children’s Hospital precinct, including opening hours and locations. Read more

To help you stay connected with family and friends during your stay, the Queensland Children’s Hospital provides a free Wi-Fi service for patients, families and visitors. Read more

There are a range of resources and amenities available to families visiting The Queensland Children’s Hospital including family lounges, laundry facilities, WiFi and playrooms. Read more

Useful resources to help you find your way around the hospital and navigate the children’s health care system including an introductory video, welcome booklet and floor-by-floor map. Read more

As part of your child’s ongoing care, your team at the Queensland Children’s Hospital may liaise with your local hospital so your child can complete their treatment closer to home. Find out more about the transfer process from the Queensland Children’s Hospital back to your local hospital and health service. Read more

The Queensland Children’s Hospital is served by three public car parks in South Brisbane. Read more

Useful contact information for families wanting to make a general enquiry, or call through to a particular hospital service or department.  Read more

Contact details for security services and information about what to do if you have experienced or witnessed someone behaving inappropriately at the hospital. Read more

Keeping patients safe and healthy during their stay is our number one priority, but safety is everyone’s responsibility and we need your help, too. Here are some simple rules to keep your child safe in hospital and help us keep everyone else safe as well. Read more

Information about support services and facilities available to help make being away from home less burdensome for inpatients and their families. Read more

Helpful information for families travelling to the Queensland Children’s Hospital including parking and drop-off areas, public transport, and accommodation. Read more

Important information about visiting your child or loved-one in hospital, including designated visiting hours, items to avoid bringing with you and how to avoid the spread of infection. Read more