Tharawal – Allied Health Services

187 Riverside Drive, Airds NSW 2560

When you come to Tharawal you have the right to be treated with respect.

We are a BULK BILL service. All patients must ensure they have a valid Medicare card upon every visit to the GP.

Speech Pathology

Speech Pathologists support children and their families in all areas of communication. Speech Pathology can help with the following difficulties:

  • Pronunciation – children learn new sounds as they grow and develop. Sometimes, children have difficulty pronouncing these sounds and their speech can be difficult to understand
  • Voice – this may include a husky/hoarse voice or loss of voice.
  • Stuttering – repetitions of sounds and words, block or silences or lengthening of sounds when talking
  • Understanding – Children may have difficulties understanding what we say and ask them to do e.g. following instructions and answering questions (receptive language)
  • Talking – Children may have difficulties expressing their ideas. They may rely on using actions to tell us what they want or need, have difficulty speaking in sentences or telling stories (Expressive Language)


Optometry is about more than making sure you have the right glasses.

The optometrist at Tharawal provides comprehensive optometric examination that includes a full eye health check.

This service is important for your general eye health and should be performed annually for diabetics.

Eye examinations are bulk-billed to Medicare, so there is no cost to you.

An added benefit of seeing the optometrist at Tharawal is that most spectacles can be provided free-of-charge if required.


Podiatry manages foot conditions of diabetic and non-diabetic people.

Patients with diabetes can access the podiatrist at Tharawal for annual diabetic foot screening and education about the various foot problems that can be caused by diabetes.

These include: poor blood flow, numbness, ulcers and joint issues. You can receive advice about the importance of skin integrity and correct footwear.

Non-diabetic foot complaints include heel pain (plantar fasciitis), ingrown toenails and general foot pain.

Podiatry clinic is run once per month and is available by referral from your GP.


Dietitians work with the doctors to advise patients on the specific nutritional management of chronic health conditions i.e. how you can better prevent or manage your health conditions with the foods you eat.

They give dietary advice, help promote healthy eating habits and develop specific diets for people with different nutritional needs such as diabetes, heart disease, obesity, cancer, food allergies and intolerances.

During your initial consultation, the dietitian will assess your nutritional needs by reviewing your past medical history, current symptoms, daily activities and daily dietary intake.

The dietitian will then translate the science of nutrition into everyday information you can use to improve your diet and your health.

They can help you set diet and exercise goals and provide techniques to achieve them.

They may also book follow up visits to help you to assess goals, maintain dietary changes, and stay motivated and on track

Diabetic Nurse Educator

The diabetic educator provides education and advice for those with newly diagnosed and long-standing diabetes alike.

This includes a review of the effectiveness of current treatment as well as advice regarding lifestyle changes.

She provides a holistic approach to treatment and suggests whole families undergo lifestyle changes if required.

Exercise Physiology

Exercise physiologists help people who find exercise difficult due to their chronic medical conditions, injuries, disabilities or to improve overall health. They prescribe exercise plans and provide education around safe exercise. You can learn about how exercise supports the management of a range of health conditions including diabetes, heart disease, osteoarthritis and chronic pain. They also support people with muscle and bone injuries including lower back pain, joint replacements and to help prevent falls.

During an initial consultation the exercise physiologist reviews your past medical and exercise history. After completing some small exercise assessments they work with you to put together an exercise program and go through the exercises with you in the clinic.  


The Audiologist at Tharawal is an Allied Health professional who specialises in the non-medical assessment and management of hearing loss for 3 to 18 year olds.

Contact Numbers


187 Riverside Drive, Airds NSW 256002 4628 4837
FAX Number02 4627 8066
PO Box 290 Campbelltown, NSW 2560 


Demountable 2 - 187 Riverside Drive, Airds NSW 2560

02 4628 4837 (option #2)

02 4624 9400


187 Riverside Drive, Airds NSW 256002 4624 9430


187 Riverside Drive, Airds NSW 256002 4620 0400


187 Riverside Drive, Airds NSW 256002 4620 0298


105 Townson Avenue, Minto NSW 256602 9820 7447


105 Townson Avenue, Minto 256602 9820 7447


187 Riverside Drive, Airds NSW 256002 4628 4837
Hours of Operation

Tharawal AMS

Monday - Thursday 8.30am-5.00pm
Friday 9.00am - 4.30pm
Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays CLOSED

Community & Administration

Monday - Thursday 9.00am-5.00pm
Friday 9.00am - 4.30pm
Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays CLOSED

Oorunga Wandarrah MACS Centre

Monday - Friday 7.30am-5.00pm
Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays CLOSED

Waranwarin Child & Early Learning Centre

Monday - Friday 7.30am-6.00pm
Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays CLOSED

Waranwarin Family Support Program

Monday - Friday 9.00am-5.00pm
Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays CLOSED

Tharawal Housing Office

Monday - Thursday 9.00am-5.00pm
Friday 9.00am - 4.30pm
Saturday & Sunday & Public Holidays CLOSED
Important Information:Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We are currently undertaking precautionary measures to contain and control the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and our clinics and offices are temporarily closed to walk-in appointments.


For GP & Health related services

Please call us to book an appointment or to speak to a team member about the latest restrictions on: 02 4628 4837


For all emergencies please contact 000

You can also call the healthdirect helpline on 1800 022 222 to speak with a registered nurse.


For more detailed information about COVID-19 visit the Department of Health website.

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