Dietitians provide food and nutrition support to people of all ages to help improve their health.

They commonly see people for:

  • General nutrition and healthy eating
  • Pre diabetes, Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, polycystic ovarian syndrome and gestational diabetes
  • Carbohydrate counting for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes
  • Heart disease, including high cholesterol/triglycerides and high blood pressure
  • Weight reduction
  • Fatty liver
  • Digestive issues, including indigestion and reflux, diverticular disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), coeliac disease and constipation
  • Osteoporosis/vitamin and mineral deficiencies, including anaemia
  • Loss of appetite
  • Being underweight
  • Texture modified diets (soft, minced or pureed diet for swallowing difficulties)
  • Pre-conception, pregnancy and breastfeeding nutrition
  • Mindful eating approaches to address non-hungry/emotional/comfort eating
  • Paediatrics 0-17 years old, including food allergies

During an initial consultation the Dietitian will:

  • Assess your diet, lifestyle and physical activity
  • Provide information about healthy eating for you and your family
  • Help you understand the link between food and your health
  • Work with you to set and achieve healthy eating and lifestyle goals, considering personal food preferences, family needs and any other factors
  • Help you access other services that may assist you to achieve a better health outcome

Review sessions with the dietitian can be provided for ongoing support to help you achieve your health goals.


  • No referral or health care card is required to see the Dietitian.




Individual appointments for adults
Pension/Health Care Card holder/Senior $21
Low fee $21
Medium fee $31.90
Full fee: Standard consultation/ review appointment $96
Full fee: Long consultation/ first appointment $162
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