COVID-19 Clinics and Testing Centres

Visit the Testing for COVID-19 page for information on who is eligible to get tested and how (including information for people entering SA from NSW or Victoria). If you meet the criteria for testing for COVID-19, there are a range of testing options available.

You do not need a referral to visit most dedicated COVID-19 and Respiratory clinics.

You may require a 'referral form’ from your GP to access some drive-through and home testing services.

Metropolitan testing

Mobile COVID-19 testing sites (no referral or booking required)

  • Elizabeth - Corner of Goodman Rd and Langford Dr (Temporary site open Monday 28 September to Friday 2 October 2020, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm).

Respiratory clinics (no referral required, by appointment)

Respiratory clinics test anyone with symptoms. They do not test interstate arrivals with no symptoms who are required to get tested. All ages, bookings essential:

Metropolitan COVID-19 clinics (no referral or booking required)

Metropolitan drive-through testing (no referral or booking required, all ages)

  • Adelaide - Victoria Park/Pakapakanthi, access via Wakefield Road (left-hand turn only) (8.00 am to 6.00 pm, 7 days). Cars and motorbikes only (no walk-ins or cyclists).
  • Aldinga GP Plus Health Care Centre, Pridham Boulevard (8.00 am to 4.30 pm, 7 days). Cars and motorbikes only (no walk-ins or cyclists).
  • Daw Park - Repat Health Precinct, 216 Daws Rd (8.00 am to 4.30 pm, 7 days). Cars and motorbikes only (no walk-ins or cyclists).
  • Northfield - Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre, 207-235 Hampstead Road (8.00 am to 4.30 pm, 7 days). Cars and motorbikes only (no walk-ins or cyclists).
  • Port Adelaide - Harts Mill Car Park, Mundy Street (8.30 am to 4.00 pm, 7 days). Cars and motorbikes only (no walk-ins or cyclists).

Other metropolitan drive-through testing options

You will need a ‘referral form’ from a GP and make a booking to access these services:

Regional testing

Regional respiratory clinics

Respiratory clinics test anyone with symptoms. They do not test interstate arrivals with no symptoms who are required to get tested. All ages, bookings essential:

Regional COVID-19 Clinics

Some regional clinics, drive-through and home-based testing services may require you to make an appointment and get a referral from your GP. Visit the links for further information:

Essential worker testing

SA Pathology’s mobile collection services provides free COVID-19 testing for interstate truck drivers and interstate travellers requiring swabs. No booking required.

  • Bordertown - Border Site, Dukes Highway (8.00 am to 4.00 pm, 7 days)
  • Mount Gambier - Border Site, Princes Highway (8.00 am to 4.00 pm, 7 days)
  • Port Augusta - Puma Port Augusta Truckstop, National Highway 1 (8.00 am to 11.00 pm, 7 days)
  • Tailem Bend - Tasco Caltex Tailem Bend Roadhouse, 8786 Princes Highway (12.00 am to 4.00pm, 7 days)
  • Yamba Quarantine Station, National Highway A20, Yamba (7.00 am to 7.00pm, 7 days)

Home testing

Patients need a referral from their GP to access home testing services.

Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services testing

If you would like to know more about COVID-19, or feel that you have some symptoms, please call your local SA Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service:

Cost of COVID-19 tests

There is no cost to Medicare eligible patients for COVID-19 testing if you are tested at SA Health or PHN facilities.

Private providers may charge a gap for COVID-19 testing.

Overseas residents who fall ill in Australia (and are not eligible for Medicare) often have health or travel insurance. For those who do not have adequate insurance coverage, SA Health COVID-19 testing clinics will waive the costs of diagnosis (tests) and treatment of coronavirus (COVID-19).