Skin Cancer Clinic

Get a skin check in Thirroul

Thirroul Skin Cancer Clinic
Partner clinic
The clinic who share our philosophy of patient focused, individualised and high quality treatment.

Around 2,000 Aussies die from skin cancer every year

95% of melanomas and 99% of non-melanoma skin cancers are caused by the sun. While Australia has been dubbed the ‘lucky country’, it also has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world. ‘Luckily’ there are steps you can take to protect yourself.

At Thirroul skin cancer clinic, you’ll get a thorough head-to-toe skin assessment. Any suspicious moles and lesions are imaged and sent to a dermatologist for further review. Because two sets of expert eyes give you complete reassurance.

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Shop 12/345 Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Thirroul NSW 2515

Opening hours

Monday 8am - 5:30pm

Tuesday 8am - 5:30pm

Wednesday 8am - 5:30pm

Thursday 8am - 5:30pm

Friday 8am - 5:30pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed


Full Body MoleMap
Full Body MoleMap
Skin Cancer Treatment
Skin Cancer Treatment
Street Parking
Wheel Chair access

Getting there

We’re located inside Seacliff Healthcare — access via Lawrence Hargrave Drive. Nearby street parking is available.

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A thorough head-to-toe skin examination by a melanographer (a trained nurse specialising in skin cancer triage). Any ‘at risk’ moles are imaged and sent for dermatologist diagnosis. No referral needed.
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MoleMap AU Skin Check Services


All the benefits of a SkinCheck with the addition of full body imaging. Because your skin is always changing, a photographic record makes it easy to spot new moles and take action.
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Skin Cancer Treatment

Full Body MoleMap

Our most comprehensive mole check and mole monitoring service. All the benefits of a SkinCheck with the addition of full body imaging and mole mapping. Because tracking mole changes assists with the early detection of skin cancers. 12 months of unlimited free spot checks.
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Skin Cancer Treatment

At MoleMap, a skin cancer doctor can provide minimally invasive and more advanced cancer treatment. This includes surgical, topical and cryotherapy.
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Saving lives. One skin check at a time

Helena Alemao Testimonial
Brent Griffin Testimonial
Lewis Testimonial
Helena Alemao
Helena Alemao
45 years old
High Risk
“When dad was suddenly diagnosed with melanoma I had to be proactive about my own skin.  My Full Body MoleMap resulted in 39 moles being documented and sent for dermatologist review.”
Family history
Fair Skin
Many Moles
Brent Griffin
Brent Griffin
59 years old
High Risk
“A suspicious mole was picked up during my Full Body MoleMap. A few days later I had a phone call from my doctor…I was told it was Clark level 2 melanoma.”
Atypical moles
71 years old
High Risk
“At my annual full body skin exam, the melanographer found a small pin-sized spot on my ear and recommended I have it examined further. It turned out to be cancerous. If it wasn’t for MoleMap, it would have gone unnoticed.”
Changing mole

Helping you spot skin cancers early

  • Consultant dermatologists highly experienced in skin cancer diagnosis
  • World-class Melanographers that check skin all day, every day
  • Clinicians with extensive training in detecting and treating cancers
Leyla Nsar
Lead Melanographer
Registered Nurse

Leyla Nsar

Lead Melanographer
Registered Nurse
Dr. John Levy

A/Prof. Dr John Levy

Skin Cancer Doctor
Dr. Simon Tucker

Dr Simon Tucker


What to expect from your skin check

Step 1: Comprehensive skin check

A melanographer (a nurse, specially trained in skin cancer detection) will perform a detailed skin check.

Step 2: Dermatologist review

Dermoscopic (under the skin) images of moles of concern will be sent to an accredited dermatologist for review and diagnosis.

Step 3: Trusted report

Get your report within 10 working days. Included is your dermatologist diagnosis, images, and advice on the next steps (if needed).
patient report
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Your questions, answered

How much does a skin check cost at MoleMap Thirroul?

The cost of a skin check at Thirroul skin cancer clinic is determined by the type of service you select. At MoleMap Thirroul, our most comprehensive service is our Full Body MoleMap. This includes full body imaging and ongoing, proactive skin monitoring. It is recommended for anyone with a medi­um to high risk of get­ting melanoma. For people at low risk or who have spotted a new or changing mole, we suggest having a SkinCheck (there's the option to have it with or without total body imaging). For more information on the pricing and what's included, visit our SkinCheck or Full Body MoleMap pages. Don’t know your skin cancer risk? Take our quick risk quiz to find out.

Why is a full body skin cancer check important?

The thought of skin cancer is scary. Yet, it is highly treatable if spotted early. The Full Body Mole Check is our most comprehensive services. Not only do you get a head-to-toe skin assessment, but we also take images of your skin and moles. These images can be used to track, compare, and monitor any changes to your skin over time. This proactive surveillance helps detect skin cancer early—when it’s most treatable.

How often should I get a skin cancer check?

This depends on your individual skin cancer risk. As a general guideline, we recommend getting an annual professional skin check and mole check. However, if you have had skin cancer previously or have multiple risk factors, you may need more frequent screening.

Should I do a DIY skin check or leave it to a professional?

Both at-home skin checks and professional skin cancer checks are important. We recommend doing a DIY skin check every three months. You can use the new season as a reminder. In many cases, skin cancers are spotted by people checking their own skin. A regular at-home skin check (see how to do a skin check here) can assist with spotting changes early. After all, you know your skin best.  

Having said that, a yearly skin check (or as recommended by a specialist) with a skin cancer detection expert ensures your skin is carefully assessed from head to toe. There are some places you wouldn’t expect to find cancer. Our melanographers are trained in skin cancer detection. It’s what they do day in, day out. They have the tools and experience to detect skin cancer not visible to the naked eye. This gives you the peace of mind your skin has been thoroughly checked.

When it comes to DIY skin checks, what is the A.B.C.D.E. rule?

Great question. The A.B.C.D.E. rule is an easy-to-follow guide to check for the ear­ly signs of melanoma. It helps you to know what changes to look for in your skin and moles. Check for:

Asym­me­try – does one half of the mole match the other?

Bor­ders – are they irregular?

Colour – is the colour uneven or has the colour changed? 

Diameter – a suspicious mole will usu­al­ly increas­e in size. Melanomas are, typ­i­cal­ly, at least 6mm in diam­e­ter.

Evolv­ing changes – look for new moles or changes to existing moles.

Visit our MoleMap Thirroul skin cancer clinic for more information.

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