Fee Information

Our services aim to support the health and well-being of all people in our community.

Depending on the type of service you need, we may be able to provide subsidy options and private health rebates. Our fees are designed to support people on various incomes and facing special circumstances. Difficulty or inability to pay will not be a barrier to receiving a treatment or service with us. A summary of our fee options can be found by clicking on the graphic link here.

Fee’s are discussed at the time of booking your service and are payable on the day of treatment.

To find out more about our fee options please scroll down through our FAQ section or contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What makes me eligible for a concession or subsidy?

We provide public funded services if you are:

  • a pensioner or healthcare card holder and their dependent/s
  • a school student up to the age of 18
  • of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent
  • a refugee or asylum seeker
  • a pregnant woman
What are my other options?

We also provide a range of services for the following:

  • full fee paying clients
  • patients referred from a GP
  • private health insurance members
  • voucher recipients
  • Veterans health care card holders (depending on service and eligibility)
  • Workcover patients (accessing services included in their cover)
NDIS Customers:

We welcome National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) clients to access our programs and services. To find out which options may be available for you, view our NDIS info page.

My Aged Care Customers:

Our Allied Health services may be funded under your My Aged Care plan or Home Care Package. We can also support you to apply for My Aged Care funding, view our My Aged Care page for more.