Cancer treatment Australia at Icon Cancer Centre
Cancer treatment Australia at Icon Cancer Centre

No wait-list cancer care, close to home.

Care is more than just a wordCare is more than just a word


At Icon Cancer Centre, it is a belief in a personal approach to cancer care that matches your needs and those of your loved ones in the toughest of times.

From our highly experienced cancer specialists to the latest technology available in the world and a compassionate care team that understands how to support you through your cancer, you can be sure you are accessing the care you deserve.

No Wait-list

Start the treatment you need sooner at Icon Cancer Centre.

World Class Facilities

Alongside an experienced and compassionate clinical team.

Care Close to Home

With more than 35 cancer centres across Australia.
Chemotherapy treatment at Icon Cancer Centre, Australia

How we treat cancer at IconHow we treat cancer at Icon

  • Radiation Therapy (Radiotherapy)

    Radiation therapy, or radiotherapy, is the use of radiation to safely treat and manage cancer. Radiation oncologists use radiation to eradicate cancer cells, reduce their growth or relieve symptoms of cancer.

  • Chemotherapy

    Chemotherapy is the use of anti-cancer drugs to destroy cancer cells. Many different kinds of chemotherapy medicines and treatment plans are available.

  • Immunotherapy

    Immunotherapy, or biologic therapy, is a type of treatment that uses your own immune system to fight cancer.

  • Hormone Therapy

    Hormone therapy (also known as endocrine therapy) focuses on depriving cancer cells of the specific hormones that feed them.

  • Targeted Therapies

    Targeted therapy is a type of cancer treatment that targets a patient’s own specific type and stage of cancer. Targeted therapies concentrate on the difference between healthy cells and cancer cells, and interfere with the specific molecules in the cancer cells that tell them to grow and spread.

Compassionate cancer care at Icon Cancer Centre, Australia

Receiving treatment at IconReceiving treatment at Icon


1. Your first appointment

At the first appointment, you will meet with your experienced doctor who will talk you through your diagnosis and treatment plan, and address any concerns and questions you may have. Your doctor will continue to care for you throughout your entire treatment and beyond.

2. Before starting treatment

Further to your initial appointment, one of our experienced care team will take some time to discuss your treatment, what to expect, possible treatment side effects and how to manage them. They will also chat about possible anxiety you and your family might be feeling. Our team works together with your doctor to ensure your care is truly tailored to your needs and those of your loved ones.

3. Starting treatment

The length of your appointment and cycle depends on the treatment being given. Throughout your treatment and beyond, your doctor and care team are here to monitor your progress, address your side effects and listen to any concerns or fears you may have. Never be afraid to seek clarity and reassurance to ensure you are confident in your treatment and choices.

In the video below, Icon patients Rachael and Paul walk you through their experience starting radiation treatment at Icon Cancer Centre.

Our LocationsOur Locations

ACT

Canberra

NSW

Concord

Gosford

East Maitland

Norwest, Bella Vista

Revesby

Wahroonga

QLD

Auchenflower

Cairns

Chermside

Gold Coast

Greenslopes

Mackay

Maroochydore

Noosa (coming soon)

North Lakes

Redland

South Brisbane

Southport

Springfield

Toowoomba

Townsville

SA

Adelaide

Noarlunga

TAS

Hobart

VIC

East Melbourne

Geelong

Richmond

Mildura

Moreland

Moorabbin

Mulgrave

Warrnambool

WA

Midland

Rockingham

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Our no wait-list treatments do require a referral from your GP or specialist, but chatting to our team can help you understand your treatment choices and how to obtain a referral to Icon.

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