About Us:

Kelvale is a modern, purpose-built General Practice within an attractive garden setting and located 20km southeast of Perth, at 53 Railway Avenue Kelmscott WA 6111 (near the Albany Highway).

  • Open 7 Days a week
  • 24/7 Online Bookings
  • Guaranteed same-day appointments
  • 24 Hour On-Call Doctor
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Walking distance from Kelmscott railway station
  • Ample FREE on-site parking
  • FREE Wi-Fi on premises

A wide range of GP procedures are expertly carried out every day in this well-equipped surgery.

New Patients are welcome at the Practice.

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Open 7 Days:

Appointments can be booked during opening hours:

  • Mon to Fri - 7am to 7.30pm
  • Sat - 8.30am to 2pm
  • Sun - 9am to 11am
  • P/Hols - 9am to 11am

After hours appointments available:

  • Mon to Fri - 7am to 7.30am
  • Mon to Fri - 5pm to 7.30pm
  • Sat - 8.30am to 2pm
  • Sun - 9am to 11am
  • P/Hols - 9am to 11am

Walk in Patients will always be accommodated where possible.

Out Of Hours:

You may talk to one of our doctors after hours by calling: 0417 924 576.

Home visits can be arranged for existing Kelvale patients. More details at the link below:

After Hours Services

Book Online:

Online Bookings can be made on your smartphone, tablet or home computer.

Online Bookings Info


For routine consultations we bulk bill the following:

  • ALL pension card holders and their dependent children
  • ALL children under 16 for immunisations and care plans

For all other patients there is a small charge in excess of the Medicare rebate.

With Medicare EasyClaim the rebate is paid back into your account within minutes. Payments can be made easily with Cash, EFTPOS or Credit Card.

Note: After hours visits are privately billed. More details at the link below:

Our Fees


Did you know? Under the Australian Government's National Immunisation Program the following groups can receive a FREE FLU VACCINE:

  • Pregnant women
  • Children aged 6 months to younger than 5 years
  • People 65 and older
  • Aboriginal Australians 15 and older

More information on colds, influenza and flu vaccinations


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