Transport to the clinic is available on request.
If you require an interpreter to be present during your consultation please advise the receptionist.
As Family Planning NSW is a not-for-profit organisation that relies on donations, self-generated income and government funding to provide services, we charge a low fee for our clinical services. Some exemptions exist. Please click here for more information about our fees.
Monday to Friday - 8.30am to 5.00pm
Family Planning NSW provides a range of reproductive and sexual health services for women and men of all ages, these include:
Family Planning NSW clinics are staffed by fully qualified doctors, nurses and receptionists. Family Planning NSW is committed to training post graduate doctors and nurses, therefore another doctor or nurse may be present during your consultation.
Learn more about our clinics by going to our General Clinic Information page.
To download a Dubbo clinic information sheet, with map, hours and contact numbers, click here.
Family Planning NSW Dubbo provides a safe and friendly environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. Dedicated clinics are held at the Family Planning NSW Centre to provide a safe environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to talk to female doctors and nurses about women's business - Pap tests, STI checks, contraceptive advice, pregnancy advice, menopause and menstral problems.
Aboriginal Specific Women’s Health clinics are held four times per year and Aboriginal Women can ring to make a booking or just drop in on the day.
Aboriginal Women's Advisory Group
The Dubbo Centre hosts the Aboriginal Women’s Advisory Group. The purpose of this group is to advise, support and offer recommendations on the creation of partnerships with local Indigenous services, organisations and Aboriginal community people including, government and non-government agencies to promote reproductive and sexual health services.
Membership is open to Aboriginal women in the local communities who have a role in supporting women and promoting the importance of reproductive and sexual health for people in NSW. The Aboriginal Women’s Advisory Group meetings are held bi monthly on the second Wednesday of the month. The meetings generally last one hour from 12.30pm to 1.30 pm. Lunch is provided.
If you want to join these meetings please contact the Dubbo Centre on Ph: (02) 6885 1544.