South Brisbane

COVID-19 update

Please note that the following COVID-19 restrictions are currently in place at Icon Cancer Centre South Brisbane. As of 29 December 2021, visitors are not permitted to enter Icon centres across South East Queensland. 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.

About Icon Cancer Centre South Brisbane

Getting to Icon Cancer Centre South Brisbane

Public Transport

The centre is a short walk from the Mater Hill busway station on Stanley Street, which is at level 1 of the Mater Medical Centre. The busway is serviced frequently from both the city and suburbs and is the most convenient way to access the clinic. The clinic is also an approximate 10 minute walk from the South Bank railway station. For public transport information, timetables and maps visit translink.


Car parking is available within the grounds of the Mater Private Medical Centre (hourly rates apply). Street parking is available for limited hours only (check restrictions prior to leaving your vehicle).

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Services at Icon Cancer Centre South Brisbane

Medical Oncology

  • 26 chair day oncology hospital
  • Management and diagnosis of solid tumours
  • Chemotherapy, immunotherapy and targeted therapies for a range of different cancer types


  • Treatment for malignant and non-malignant blood disorders
  • Administration of supportive therapies and blood products such as hormone treatments, bisphosphonates and iron infusions
  • Minor procedures for diagnostic and prognostic purposes
  • Apheresis – including therapeutic plasma exchanges and stem cell collections

Treatment at Icon Cancer Centre South Brisbane

Amenities at Icon Cancer Centre South Brisbane



Access to allied health

Access to clinical trials

Scalp cooling system

Pre-admission education clinic

Cancer care coordination

A dedicated cancer care coordinator is available to support patients and their loved ones from when they receive their diagnosis, through their treatment and beyond.
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