Where can I get an STI test, access contraception, or talk to someone? – In Real Life

Where can I get an STI test, access contraception, or talk to someone?

Where to get an STI test in Australia?

Click here to find your closest testing location.

Other Services:

National services

Australian Capital Territory

  • Meridan ACT – Meridian ACT (formerly AIDS Action Council) provides health and social support services in the ACT region with a strong focus on sexual health services.
  • Canberra Sexual Health Centre (CSHC) – Canberra Sexual Health Centre is a free service and Canberra’s leading clinic for the testing and treatment of STIs.
  • Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT – SHFPACT identifies the importance of all health workers in promoting and supporting the sexual and reproductive health of the Canberra community.

New South Wales

  • ACON – We are a New South Wales based health promotion organisation specialising in HIV prevention, HIV support and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) health
  • Body Talk – Body Talk – info for young people about the body, puberty, relationships and sexual health including STIs and contraception.
  • Family Planning NSW – Family Planning NSW is the state’s leading provider of reproductive and sexual health services and are experts on reproductive and sexual health providing clinical services and health information to people throughout NSW.
  • Family Planning NSW Talkline – Talkline provides free and confidential information, advice and options across a wide range of reproductive and sexual health issues.
  • NSW Sexual Health Clinics – For sexual health information and advice, or to find your closest appropriate sexual health service, call the NSW Sexual Health Infolink on 1800 451 624.
  • NSW Sexual Health Infolink – NSW Sexual Health Info Link. HIV & STI Testing. The decision to have a test for HIV and STI is a healthy one.
  • Play Safe – Everything you need to know about safe sex, condoms, STI treatment and testing. And Nurse Nettie is here to answer your sexual health questions.
  • Twenty10 – LGBTIQA+ Social support, counselling, housing, mental health in Sydney for young people. Social groups for adults. Inclusivity training.

Northern Territory

  • Family Planning NT – Family Planning NT, established in 1973 and located in major centres in the Northern Territory, is a non–profit Organisation, which aims to promote sexual health and rights for everyone.
  • Northern Territory AIDS & Hepatitis Council – A broad community response to HIV and hepatitis in the Northern Territory
  • Northern Territory Government – Safe, healthy sex is more than just using condoms. It is about feeling OK with who you are. There is the relationship stuff, the emotional stuff and then there is the physical stuff.
  • Safe sex no regrets – Safe Sex. No Regrets. For people aged 15–29 years old to encourage young people to get a sexual health check if they are sexually active; let people know how easy it is to get tested and work to increase the use of condoms and lube.


  • 13 HEALTH webtest – Queensland residents aged 16 years or older are eligible to take a free urine test for chlamydia and gonorrhoea through the new 13 HEALTH webtest program, which is funded by the Queensland Government.
  • Children by Choice – Promoting women’s right to safe, legal abortion. For women, by women. Based in Queensland, Australia.
  • Queensland AIDS Council – A community–based organization responsible for providing education, advocacy and support for those affected by HIV and AIDS in Queensland, Australia.
  • Queensland Sexual Health Clinics – Find your closest sexual health clinic in Queensland.
  • True – True is the state’s leading provider of high quality, reproductive and sexual health services. This includes clinic services for contraception and other health needs.

South Australia

  • Clinic 275, SA Health – Clinic 275 is a walk–in, free and confidential testing, diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections. No appointments necessary.
  • SHine SA – SHine SA provides sexual health and relationship well–being services including clinics, counselling, education and information.
  • South Australia Sexual Health Clinics – Sexual health services in South Australia


  • Family Planning Tasmania – Family Planning Tasmania (FPT) is a state–wide, not for profit organisation providing sexual and reproductive health clinic and education services to all Tasmanians. FPT is the leading agency in Tasmania working in the area of sexual and reproductive health.
  • Tasmania Sexual Health Clinics– Sexual Health Service Tasmania is a state–wide service with clinics in Hobart, Launceston, and Devonport.
  • Tasmanian Council on AIDS, Hepatitis & Related Diseases – tasCAHRD A community based Tasmanian organisation which advocates & supports communities living with and/or affected by AIDS HIV, Hepatitis and related diseases


  • Sexual Health Victoria – Sexual Health Victoria has a focus on reproductive and sexual health care, education and advocacy. Their vision is improved reproductive and sexual health and wellbeing for everyone in Victoria and beyond.
  • Jean Hailles – Jean Hailes is is a women’s health organisation that believe in physical and emotional health and wellbeing for all women in Australia throughout their lives.
  • Melbourne Sexual Health Centre – Specialises in the testing, treatment and management of sexually transmissible infections. Also offers Pap smears, contraception, and related services.
  • Victorian AIDS Council – VAC leads the fight against HIV/AIDS in Victoria by providing care and support for people living with HIV, health promotion, and advocacy.
  • Youthcentral – Victorian Government’s initiative for young people aged 12–25, offers information and advice on issues like jobs, study, travel, money and events in your local area.

Western Australia

  • Could I have it – Western Australian Sexual Health Clinics
  • Get the facts – Get the Facts provides young people in WA with information on sexual health and relationships, including contraception, body image, tattoos, piercings, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and blood–borne viruses (BBVs).
  • Sexual Health Quarters – SHQ offers a range of professional services including testing and treatment of STI’s, contraception, unplanned pregnancy, pap smears, and drop–in clinics.
  • Western Australian AIDS Council – The WA AIDS council, established in 1985, leads the Western Australian community in the provision of a wide range of services in the prevention, treatment and care of people living with HIV/AIDS

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