Rainbow Rose


Rainbow Rose

Breast screening for LGBTI people

Sexuality and gender diverse people are under-screened for breast cancer, and experience unique barriers to screening. In support of BreastScreen Victoria’s commitment to accessible and inclusive screening, we are holding two LGBTI-specific screening sessions, Rainbow Rose.

 For information about screening and eligibility please see our Screening FAQ for LGBTI people and our Breast/chest screening for trans and gender diverse people fact sheet.


  • Thursday, 14 November from 6 pm to 8 pm
  • Saturday, 16 November from 11 am to 1 pm


BreastScreen Victoria's Rose Clinic
Level 3 at the David Jones Women's Store
310 Bourke Street

Screening is free for people aged 40 and over. LGBTI people between the high-risk ages of 50-74 and highly encouraged to attend. Appointments take 10 minutes, are free, conducted by a woman, and do not need a GP's referral or Medicare card.

Register or Walk-in

Register for an appointment below. Complete the form and we will contact you to confirm your booking. 

All fields are required.  If you have trouble with this form, please contact asternes@breastscreen.org.au.

Registration is not required. Walk-ins are welcome.

Do you have breast implants?
Do you have a disability?
Have you screened with BreastScreen Victoria before?
Do you speak a language other than English at home?

Select your preferred screening time slot. You will be allocated a ten-minute appointment within this time slot.