02 9167 9004
1 Broula Street Corner Broula and Allawoona Streets, Bruce ACT 2617
Monday to Friday - 8:00am to 5:15pm
Monday to Friday
8:00am to 5:15pm
Monday to Friday - 8:00am to 5:15pm

About Icon Cancer Centre Canberra

Icon Cancer Centre Canberra has proudly delivered world-class, exceptional cancer care close to home for the local community since opening in 2018. Located on-site at Canberra Specialist Medical Centre, Icon Canberra is led by a team of highly experienced cancer specialists who provide a wide range of cutting-edge treatment options including radiation therapy, chemotherapy and treatment for blood disorders. Our dedicated, multidisciplinary team are committed to understanding each patient’s individual needs and supporting them throughout their treatment journey. Our patients are seen by one doctor for the duration of their treatment.

Getting here

By car

Free on-site parking is available for all patients undergoing treatment. Entrance via Monana Street.

By public transport

A number of public bus routes offer access to stops approximately 15 minutes walk from the centre. For specific information about public transport options, please visit Transport Canberra or phone 13 17 10.

Treatment and care at Icon Cancer Centre Canberra

Medical oncology

  • 15-chair day oncology hospital, offering chemotherapy, targeted therapies and immunotherapy
  • Dedicated infusion service delivering a wide range of infusions for treatment of both acute and chronic health conditions
  • Scalp cooling system – Cooling cap available to help reduce hair loss during chemotherapy treatment


  • Treatment for malignant and non-malignant blood disorders, including administration of supportive therapies and blood products such as hormone treatments, bisphosphonates and iron infusions
  • Minor procedures for diagnostic and prognostic purposes

Radiation oncology

  • Precise radiation therapy treatment for all cancer types using a state-of-the-art Varian TrueBeam linear accelerator
  • HyperArc – An advanced technique that precisely targets multiple intra-cranial metastases with high doses of radiation whilst minimising doses to surrounding healthy brain tissue
  • Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) – A technique that utilises advanced imaging equipment and computer software (including MRI, CT and x-ray) to precisely target a tumour with radiation beams
  • Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) – A technique that delivers high dose radiation therapy to cancerous tumours, while limiting the impact of radiation on healthy surrounding tissue
  • Stereotactic Radiation Therapy – An advanced technique that delivers pinpoint precise radiation therapy to treat small tumours with well-defined edges, including tumours that have spread from a primary cancer
  • Volumetric Modulated Radiation Therapy (VMAT) – A technique that delivers radiation therapy beams in a series of arcs or angles by a rotating machine to allow for greater access to a cancerous tumour
  • No private health insurance required; up to 90% of fee covered by Medicare

Lymphoedema screening early intervention service

  • Screening for lymphoedema risk using a SOZO machine, the latest in technology for cancer-related lymphoedema
  • Service includes ongoing monitoring of the development and/or progression of lymphoedema

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Psychology service

  • Support for cancer patients throughout their treatment journey, delivered by Dr Elly Law


  • On-site pathology, pharmacy and radiology services offering PET-CT and CT scans
  • Access to allied health and support services
  • Free Wi-Fi


COVID-19 update

Please note that COVID-19 restrictions are currently in place at Icon Cancer Centre. One support person is permitted who must be aged over 16 years old, and patients and staff are required to wear face masks at all times.

Our centre remains open for all patient treatments and it is important that patients continue with their scheduled visits. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns regarding the current restrictions.


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