About BreastScreen SA

BreastScreen SA provides more than 90,000 free screening mammograms (breast X-rays) each year to South Australian women primarily aged 50 to 74, with the aim of diagnosing breast cancer at an early stage, before it can be felt. With around 1 in 10 South Australian women developing breast cancer before the age of 75 (and 9 in 10 having no family history of the disease), early detection can maximise the options for simpler treatments and more successful outcomes.

The program has been caring for South Australian women from ocean to outback since 1989, and has seven clinics located in the Adelaide metropolitan area, and three mobile screening units that travel to 34 locations across the state.

Find a breast screening clinic

We have seven metropolitan clinics, with mobile units that visit 27 rural locations. Find your closest clinic

Screening for Aboriginal women

Breast screening is free for Aboriginal women. Call BreastScreen SA to make an appointment now!

What is a breast screen?

A breast screen appointment can take as little as 10 minutes