Choices: reproductive and sexual health services

If you have questions about sexual health and don’t know who to ask, we can help

Choices Reproductive and Sexual Health, formerly known as the Lismore and Kyogle Family Planning Service, supports adolescents and adults to make choices for themselves about their reproductive and sexual health by providing high quality, confidential and professional reproductive and sexual health services. The Service provides a bulk billing service to clients seen by a doctor, clinical nurse consultations are provided at no cost to the client and contraceptive items are provided at cost price. We encourage and welcome young people, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people on low incomes (e.g. health care card) to utilise our service in Lismore or Kyogle.

Services include:

  • Contraception information and product provision
  • Sexual health Screening test (STI testing)
  • Cervical Screening tests
  • Implanon and IUD insertion
  • Pregnancy planning, testing, information, counselling and referral
  • Gynaecological investigation and treatment
  • Fertility assessment and referral
  • Breast examinations
  • Information and medical management for menopause
  • Vasectomy information and referral
  • Disability access bed

We can provide:

  • Contraception information and product provision
  • Condoms and lubricants
  • Emergency contraceptive pills (morning-after pill)

Clinic opening times:


Address: Level 3/29 Molesworth Street LISMORE 2480
02 6620 7660
Fax: 02 6620 7661
Opening times:

  • Mondays 9.00am-5.00pm
  • Thursdays 2.00-6.00pm (Alternate Thursdays at headspace)
  • Saturdays 9.00am-12.30pm

Choices @headspace Lismore (for young people aged 12-25)

Address: 2A Carrington Street, LISMORE NSW 2480
Phone: 02 6625 0200
Fax: 02 6625 0299
Opening times:

  • Thursdays: 2.00-6.00pm


Address: Kyogle Community Health Centre 199 Summerland Way KYOGLE NSW 2478
Phone: 02 6630 0488
Fax: 02 6632 2237
Opening times:

  • Alternate Fridays 9.30am-1.00pm

Book online NOW!

Click below to book at appointment at our clinic in Lismore. Young people aged (12-25) can also make a booking at our headspace Lismore clinic.

Our Choices clinics provide high quality, confidential and professional services to assist adults of all ages to make positive choices around their reproductive and sexual health.

Quick Contacts

Tel: 02 6620 7660
Fax: 02 6620 7661

Choices @headspace
(for young people aged 12-25)
Tel: 02 6625 0200
Fax: 02 6625 0299

Tel: 02 6630 0488
Fax: 02 6632 2237

Choices reproductive and sexual health is provided by Social Futures, supported by funding from North Coast Area Health Service and NSW Health.

NSW government

Choices data is not linked to Family Planning NSW in any way. All our patient records are stored securely on local servers and we are assured by our providers that the transmission of online booking data is encrypted and secure

Program resources

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