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COVID-19 Change to BreastScreen Queensland services

For information on BreastScreen Queensland services call 13 20 50 or visit the website.

BreastScreen Queensland Gold Coast Service

BreastScreen Queensland provides free, high quality breast cancer screening and assessment services for women. 

Women aged between 50 and 74 years are recommended to attend for a regular breast screen every two years.  Women in their 40s or aged 75 and older are also eligible for a free breast screen. 

You can have a breast screen at either a permanent location or at our mobile unit. You do not need a doctor’s referral.

A breast screen, or screening mammogram, is an x-ray that can pick up very small changes in the breast tissue, before they can be felt or noticed. For women over 50, a breast screen is the most effective way to detect breast cancer in its early stages.

If you have a lump, nipple discharge or any new breast changes, please contact your doctor without delay.

Our services

  • Health promotion and education
  • Screening mammograms
  • Assessment of screen-detected abnormalities
  • Counselling
  • Reminders to invite women to return for rescreening.

Find us

Permanent locations

The BreastScreen Queensland Gold Coast Service is permanently located at:

Service Location Map
Burleigh Waters Treetops Shopping Centre, Classic Way    Burleigh Waters
Helensvale Helensvale Plaza Shopping Centre, Sir John Overall Drive  Helensvale
Robina Shop 5013, Level 1 Arbour Lane, Robina Town Shopping Centre


Southport     Level 1, Hot Tomato Building, 60 High Street  Southport

There are early morning, evening, and Saturday appointments available at some locations.  Eligible women can make an appointment by phoning 13 20 50 between 8am–4.30pm weekdays, or online via the BreastScreen Queensland website.

Our mobile service

Each year, our mobile unit provides free breast screening at:

Location Dates
Nerang January - early Feb
Elanora March – April
Eagleby May –  early July
Pimpama July – early September
Jimboomba September – late October
Beaudesert Late October – December 
Tamborine January 2025

Last updated 22 Jan 2024