Noranda Medical Centre

Our Location

Unit 1 46 Benara Road, Noranda WA 6062 Australia

Access & Parking

Noranda Medical Centre is located on the Benara Road carpark entry for the Noranda Palms Shopping Village. Shopping Centre carpark provides ample parking. Disabled parking is situated outside the front entrance and also in the back carpark which faces Benara Road.

Public Transport

Morley Bus Station is our closest bus route connection which will take you to our Medical Centre via Benara Road.

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Dedication to health

We pride ourselves on being able to provide you with the highest in quality healthcare and caring medicine.

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Friday 19th April – Closed

Saturday 20th April – Closed

Sunday 21st April – Closed

Monday 22nd April – Closed

Tuesday 23rd April – 8am – 6pm


  • Bulk billing available
  • Ample parking available
  • Open 7 days
  • Male and female doctors
  • New patients welcome
  • Appointments available
  • Pharmacy & Pathology onsite
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What makes Noranda Medical Centre so different?

Noranda Medical Centre is located  on Benara Road in Noranda. We have a pharmacy and pathology onsite.
We are conveniently located in the shoppers car park of the Noranda Palms Shopping Centre which offers ample parking.
We have both male and female doctors.  New appointments are welcome.


Contact Information

Book appointment (08) 9442 5111 for after hours, please call 13 26 60

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Unit 1 46 Benara Road, Noranda WA 6062 Australia

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