ACON is NSW’s leading health promotion organisation specialising in HIV and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex health. Incorporated in 1985 as the AIDS Council of NSW, ACON has been widely recognised for its innovative HIV and health campaigns.

414 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills

1800 063 060



Sydney Sexual Health Centre

The Sydney Sexual Health Centre is the oldest sexual health service in NSW. Funded by the NSW Ministry of Health, it is a busy clinical, educational, research, and community-oriented centre offering specialist expertise in sexually transmissible infections and HIV.

Level 3, Nightingale Wing, Sydney Hospital

Macquarie St, Sydney

(02) 9382 7440



The Albion Centre

The Albion Centre is Australia’s only major multidisciplinary centre with a primary focus on HIV management. With more than 60 professional staff and over 130 volunteers, it has significant experience in HIV, sexual health, hepatitis and education and training both in Australia and overseas.

150 Albion Street, Surry Hills

(02) 9332 9600



Parramatta Sexual Health Clinic

The Parramatta Sexual Health Clinic is one of the largest sexual health clinics in NSW and provides treatment, diagnosis, follow-up, education and counselling for sexual health, sexually transmissible infections and HIV/AIDS. Clinic services are provided free of charge.

Level 1, Jeffrey House, 162 Marsden St, Parramatta

(02) 9843 3124


HIV/AIDS Legal Centre

The HIV/AIDS Legal Centre is a specialist community legal centre funded to provide free legal services and advice to people with HIV-related legal matters. It also provides community legal education and advocates for the reform of laws and the legal system in areas that affect people living with HIV.

9 Commonwealth St, Surry Hills

(02) 9206 2060



Bobby Goldsmith Foundation

Established in 1984 by a dedicated group of Bobby Goldsmith’s friends, the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation is Australia’s oldest HIV charity and helps people with HIV to stay in their homes and out of hospital, pay for vital medications, return to work and live well.

Level 3, 111-117 Devonshire St Surry Hills

(02) 9283 8666



The Ankali Project

The Ankali Project was established in 1985 to provide one-on-one emotional and social support to people living with HIV/AIDS. The project recruits, trains and then supports volunteers who in turn provide support to those living with HIV or AIDS for an initial period of six months.

150 Albion St, Surry Hills

(02) 9332 9742

Email: ankali@thealbioncentre.org.au


Positive Life NSW

Positive Life NSW works to promote a positive image of people living with and affected by HIV with the aim of eliminating prejudice, isolation, stigmatisation and discrimination. It provides information and targeted referrals, and advocates to change systems and practices that discriminate against people with HIV, their friends, family and carers in NSW.

Suite 5.2, Level 5, 414 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills

(02) 9206 2177



ATSI: Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders Project 

The ATSI program was developed to address the gaps in sexual health and blood borne virus health outcomes between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. Primarily, the program seeks to develop the capacity of Indigenous communities to respond to sexually transmissible infections, HIV, and viral hepatitis, and networks with women’s groups and individual Aboriginal HIV/sexual health workers and community groups.

Level 2, St Vincent’s Medical Centre

376 Victoria St, Sydney NSW 2010

(02) 02 9206 2042



SWOP: Sex Workers Outreach Program

The state’s leading sex worker health agency, SWOP promotes the health, safety and well-being of sex workers, and affirms their occupational and human rights.

Level 4, 414 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills

Tel: 1800 622 902



National Association for People Living with HIV/AIDS

The National Association for People Living with HIV/AIDS is the national peak organisation representing people living with HIV in Australia. It champions the participation of positive people at all levels of the national response and through leadership in advocacy, policy, education and prevention. It also strives to minimise the adverse personal and social effects of HIV.

Suite G5, 1 Erskineville Rd, Newtown

1800 259 666



Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations

The Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations is the national federation for the HIV community response with its members made up of the AIDS councils in each state and territory, the National Association of People Living with HIV/AIDS, the Australian Injecting and Illicit Drug Users League (AIVL), the Anwernekenhe National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HIV/AIDS Alliance, and Scarlet Alliance, the Australian Sex Workers Association.

Level 1, 222 King St, Newtown

(02) 9557 9399



The Institute of Many

The Institute of Many is a peer-run social umbrella for HIV positive people. As well as online membership, TIM organises casual events at various locations in the last weekend of every month in Sydney, providing an opportunity to make friends, talk, share knowledge and skills, and to combat loneliness and fear of living with HIV.




a[TEST] – Surry Hills

414 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills

Results in 30 minutes. Wednesday and Thursday 4:30pm – 7:30pm.



Sydney Sexual Health Clinic

Sydney Hospital, Macquarie St, Sydney

(02) 9382 7440


Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Sexual Health Clinic

16 Marsden St, Camperdown

(02) 9515 1200


Parramatta Sexual Health Clinic

Jeffrey House, 162 Marsden St, Parramatta

(02) 9843 3124


Clinic 16

Royal North Shore Community Health Centre, Level 5, 2C Herbert St, St Leonards

(02) 9462 9500


Albion Street Centre

150-154 Albion St, Surry Hills

(02) 9332 9600


St Vincent’s Hospital

Level 4, Xavier Building, 390 Victoria St, Darlinghurst

(02) 8382 3707


Kirketon Road Centre 

Above the Darlinghurst Fire Station, Victoria St (entrance), Kings Cross

(02) 9360 2766


Short Street Centre 

Sexual Health Clinic, St George Hospital, Ground Floor – Prichard Wing, Short St, Kogarah

(02) 9113 2742


Campbelltown Sexual Health Clinic

Level 1, 261 Queen St, Campbelltown

(02) 4628 5878


Liverpool Sexual Health Clinic 

Bigge Park Centre, cnr Elizabeth and Bigge streets, Liverpool

(02) 9827 8022


Nepean Sexual Health Clinic 

Court Building, Nepean Hospital, Derby St, Kingswood

(02) 4734 2507


ACON Hunter 

129 Maitland Rd, Islington

Tuesdays 3:30pm-6:30pm and Thursdays 9:30am-3:30pm. Drop in service.

(02) 4962 7700


Lismore Sexual Health Service – SHAIDS

4 Shepherd Lane, Lismore

(02) 6620 2980


Pacific Clinic

670 Hunter St, Newcastle

(02) 4016 45360


Illawarra Sexual Health Service

Port Kembla Hospital, Fairfax Rd, Warrawong

(02) 4276 2399

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