Sexual Health

Resources on campus

University Health Service

For sexual health checks, contraception, education & treatment of sexually transmitted diseases.

Counselling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

For relationship counselling


The ALLY network aims to create a more supportive and inclusive culture for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and questioning heterosexual (GLBTQIQH) students /staff.

The Queer Collective

For students who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, intersex, queer, questioning or as a straight ally.

Women’s Collective

A social, political and organising space for all women

Where to get condoms on campus  

External resources

NSW Sexual Health Infoline 1800 451 624

The NSW Sexual Health Infoline (SHIL) is a free and confidential sexual health information and referral line staffed by experienced sexual health nurses. The NSW Sexual Health Infoline provides free and confidential information and advice to members of the community. The hours of operation are 9am to 5.30 pm, Monday to Friday.

Family Planning NSW Talkline 1300 658 886

The Talk line provides callers with information, advice and options across a wide range of reproductive and sexual health issues, including: contraception, pregnancy, STIs, women's health, men's health and healthy relationships.

Play it Safe

This is an interactive site which aims to connect young people with sexual health information and sexually transmissible infection (STI) testing, treatment and prevention services. The site enables young people to carry out a personalised sexual health risk assessment, search for local health services including General Practice for STI testing and treatments, and ask personalised questions about sexual health.

Let Them Know

This website was developed to help people who have been diagnosed with STIs to tell their sexual partners that they might also be at risk.

The Drama Downunder

This website provides information about some of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) experienced by gay men (HIV-positive or HIV-negative). It has the facility to help gay men who have been diagnosed with STIs to tell their recent sexual partners. To make the process easier gay men can choose between sending an SMS or e-postcard. The SMS message is anonymous. The e-postcard can either be sent anonymously or with your email address attached.

Melbourne Sexual Health Centre

This website provides information about sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in other languages.


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