Our Locations

Woolloongabba

Suite 1, 12 Annerley Road Woolloongabba Qld 4102

P: (07) 3177 2000

F: (07) 3177 2001

Parking

FREE PATIENT PARKING IS AVAILABLE onsite behind the buildings at ground level, as well as paid parking located in the underground carpark. Entry via the ramp to the left of Princess Plaza.

North Lakes

Our North Lakes rooms are located at Suite 5, level 1, 12 Endeavour Blvd, North Lakes.

P: (07) 3177 2000

F: (07) 3177 2001

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Parking

Some visitor parking is available at the rear of the building as well down the ramp in the undercover parking area, or in the surrounding streets at no charge, please only park in designated visitor parking spots.

The Gap

The Gap rooms are located at Suite 14 / 970 Waterworks Road, The Gap.

P: (07) 3177 2000

F: (07) 3177 2001

Parking

Parking is often available at the front of the building, or in the surrounding streets at no charge.

FOR Neonatal Paediatrician or an appointment with Dr. Pamela Douglas regarding Complex problems of breastfeeding and unsettled infant behaviour please go to:

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Suite 2F, Lobby Level, 111 Newdegate Street Greenslopes QLD 4120

P: (07) 3177 2000

F: (07) 3177 2001

Parking

Parking is often available in the surrounding streets at no charge, however, there are two car parks located on site that charge hourly rates up to $25/day.

For paid parking we recommend you use the orange car park found through the emergency entrance as it is our closest paid car park


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