Where to go for a free STI test

The organisations below provide free sexually transmitted infection (STI) checks. You can also visit the Centre for Disease Control's Clinic 34.

Darwin

NameAddressPhone
Family PlanningUnit 2 The Clock Tower
Dick Ward Drive
Coconut Grove
(08) 8948 0144
Every Saturday morning: Youth Clinic 
Danila Dilba36 Knuckey Street
Darwin
(08) 8942 3444

Katherine

NameAddressPhone
Wurliwurlinjang Health Service25 Third Street
Katherine
(08) 8971 0044

Alice Springs

NameAddressPhone
Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Incorporated
Men’s Clinic
25 Gap Road
Alice Springs
(08) 8951 4444
Central Australian Aboriginal Congress
Main Clinic
Men and Women
25 Gap Road
Alice Springs
(08) 8951 4444
Alukura
Women’s Clinic
Percy Crt
Alice Springs
(08) 8953 2727
headspaceUnit 5, 5 Hartley Street
Alice Springs
(08) 8958 4544

Tennant Creek

NameAddressPhone
Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal CorporationDavidson Street
Tennant Creek
(08) 8962 2385
Tennant Creek Hospital
Emergency Department
Schmidt Street
Tennant Creek
(08) 8962 4399
Royal Flying Doctor Service
Visiting women’s health GP
Two days each month
Schmidt Street
Tennant Creek
(08) 8962 2622

Nhulunbuy

NameAddressPhone
Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation1424 Arnhem Road
Nhulunbuy
Free Call
1800 111 918

Clinic 34

Clinic 34 is a specialist sexual health service that provides testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), HIV and AIDS and hepatitis C.

All services are free and confidential and you do not need a Medicare Card

Services include all of the following:

  • testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections including HIV and hepatitis C
  • emergency HIV prevention medication
  • condoms and the emergency contraceptive pill, also called the morning after pill
  • referral service for General Practitioners (GP) and other primary health carers
  • needle and syringe program outlet - for other outlets contact Northern Territory AIDS and Hepatitis Council

If you need general medical care, pap smears or ongoing contraception please see a GP, Family Planning clinic or your local community clinic.

Last updated: 28 November 2017