Achieve better health through diet and nutrition

* In the wake of the recent Coronavirus outbreak, patient and practitioner safety and support remain our highest priority. If you have been feeling unwell or have been diagnosed with Coronavirus, we would encourage you to re-book your appointment after clearance from a medical professional.

* Our Nutrition and Dietietics clinic continues to support our community and is currently open for face to face or telehealth appointments. We continue to follow the advice and restrictions of the QLD Government and we strongly encourage compliance of these guidelines for all clients, staff and students. Please contact our reception team on 1800 188 295 if you  have any questions or concerns about your individual situation.

Receive evidence-based dietary advice and discover a holistic approach to nutrition, immunology and physiology. Our clinic is open to the public and no referrals are required.


Our Dietitian can help you with:

Personal dietary advice

Lifestyle/behaviour changes

Women's reproductive health

Food allergies and intolerances

Chronic conditions and heart disease

Weight management

Skin conditions

Nutrition for sports performance

No referrals required

Open to the public

Telehealth consultations available

Telehealth consultations allow you to receive the same level of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention aspects that you'd receive with face-to-face consultations over the internet in the convenience of your own home.

We've recently introduced telehealth services in the following clinics - dietetics, exercise physiology, physiotherapy, speech pathology and psychology.

If you'd like to experience telehealth for yourself, our dietitians are currently on hand and appointments are available. Please call our reception team on 1800 188 295 or email us at

What we do

Our Accredited Practising Dietitians are skilled at working with your health care team to improve your health through nutrition. Our dietitians have experience with a range of health conditions including weight management, coeliac disease, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, gut health, eating disorders, nutrition-related deficiencies, paediatric and women's health.

Personalised dietary advice

Receive evidence-based advice to improve your health as well as for the effective treatment and management of a range of conditions including Diabetes (Type 1 and 2), pregnancy and lactation, heart disease, reducing blood pressure and cholesterol, nutrition for cancer sufferers, food allergies and intolerances, gastrointestinal disorders such as IBS, IBD, Crohn's, coeliac, inflammation and auto immune diseases, bowel symptoms such as constipation and incontinence, nutrition to improve skin health and conditions such as psoriasis, acne and rosacea, pelvic floor dysfunction and a whole range of chronic conditions.

A holistic approach

Maintaining a balanced diet is essential for maintaining good health. If you have a chronic health condition you will receive nutritional education that helps you understand the diet-disease relationship and practical advice for healthy eating and food preparation. Follow up sessions are beneficial and essential to check your progress and to develop further strategies for successful completion of goals being set.

What to expect when you first visit

During your initial consultation, your dietitian will ask you questions about what you are eating, your general health, and lifestyle. It may be useful for you to bring to your appointment a list of your medications and any recent blood tests. Your dietitian will analyse what you are eating, work with you to develop a plan, and support you to achieve your health and nutrition-related goals.

Consultation fees

Standard $100 $60
Concession card holder $70 $55
Chronic disease management* $80 $60

* Medicare rebates may be available - please enquire within. HICAPS terminals for instant private health insurance rebates. ** Fees effective 1 July 2021.

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Public Transport


The tram, G:Link, has two stops on campus. The G:Link line begins at the Gold Coast University Hospital, travels south through Southport, Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach, and terminates at Pacific Fair shopping centre. See the G:Link website for details on stations, tickets and times.


Bus and train

You can catch the bus to our Gold Coast campus from a variety of locations, including nearby train stations at Helensvale, Nerang and Robina. There are also a number of bus routes that connect to the tram.

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Where to find us

Level 4, Ian O'Connor building (G40), Gold Coast campus, Cnr Parklands Drive and Olsen Avenue, Southport QLD 4215


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