Where do we visit?

For the latest confirmed clinic locations and dates, please see our bookings page. For the latest news, you may also want to like or follow us on Facebook.

If you would like to join our notification list or request a visit to your town, please complete this short form, and we’ll be in touch. We aim to be back to the locations we visit every three to six months, depending on the demand for our services in the local community. 


The Skin Cancer Doctor travels to rural, remote and regional communities to provide comprehensive and professional skin cancer services. We visit over 50 communities, mainly in Queensland, and we are expanding the locations we visit in New South Wales. If you’d like us to come to your town, please contact us

The communities we regularly visit include:

Airlie Beach, Agnes Water, Alpha, Aramac, Barcaldine, Blackall, Capella, Clermont, Cobar, Condobolin, Dunedoo, Dysart, Forbes, Gilgandra, Hughenden, Ilfracombe, Julia Creek, Lightning Ridge, Meandarra, Middlemount, Miles, Millmerran, Nyngan, Parkes, Richmond, Rockhampton, Roma, Tambo, Taroom, Texas, Tieri, Tottenham, Trangie, Walgett, Warren and Winton. 

How our clinics work

Our small team is passionate about helping communities gain better access to specialist health care and skin cancer services. We work collaboratively with local doctors and health services, supporting their invaluable work in communities.

In each location, we set up a temporary clinic at a medical facility or other suitable venues. We bring our own equipment and use several tools and techniques to examine a patient’s skin thoroughly. As part of our service, we educate each patient about the types of skin cancer, give them a guide to conducting self-checks and explain the importance of regular professional skin cancer checks.

What to look for when you check your skin for skin cancer

What to look for when you check your skin for skin cancer

A description of the types of skin cancer and treatments

Types of skin cancer and treatments

Patients do not need a referral to come to our clinics. They can book directly via our website or by calling 1300 754 637. During the 15-minute consultation, the doctor performs a full-body examination for suspicious lesions. If they find anything suspicious, they may treat it or perform a biopsy at the time, later in the day or the following day. We provide all patients who are treated surgically with a post-operative information sheet.

Our team takes the pathology back to Brisbane or Sydney for analysis. Once the results are in, we send a letter to the patient and their regular doctor. As a travelling service, we may refer simple and time-sensitive lesions to the local doctor for excision.

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