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At Telethon Kids Institute, we have a dedicated and diverse team of over 1,000 staff, students and honorary researchers. While our main facility is based within the Perth Children’s Hospital on the QE11 Medical Centre campus in Nedlands, Western Australia, we have sites spanning several centres and locations throughout Australia.

Looking for travel or parking information for our facility on the QE11 campus? See more about visiting the Telethon Kids Institute at PCH here.

TKI building

Western Australia


Nedlands
Telethon Kids Institute

Traditional Custodians: Nyoongar Wadjuk People (pronounced Ngoong-aar Whad-juk)

In August 2018, Telethon Kids moved to our current facility at the Perth Children’s Hospital (PCH) on the QEII Medical Centre campus. Our co-location with PCH and other health and research organisations allows for greater collaboration between our researchers, clinicians, nurses and allied health professionals to deliver better outcomes for children.

With a footprint across seven floors of PCH, our purpose-built facility features more than 7000sqm of workspace and 2000sqm of laboratories, as well as dedicated clinical suites and a cryogenics facility. 

Telethon Kids Institute
Northern Entrance
Perth Children’s Hospital
15 Hospital Avenue
NEDLANDS WA 6009

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Mon – Fri
08:30am – 5:00pm

T | +61 8 6319 1000

Subiaco
CliniKids

Traditional Custodians: Nyoongar Wadjuk People (pronounced Ngoong-aar Whad-juk)

Our centre for Autism research, CliniKids resides in what was formerly the Telethon Kids Institute headquarters. 

The first clinical service of Telethon Kids Institute, this state-of-the-art facility in Subiaco was designed to meet the needs of children with autism spectrum disorder, co-designed by parents to make sure their needs were built into the design.

100 Roberts Rd
Subiaco WA 6008

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Mon - Fri
8.30am - 5pm

T | +61 8 6319 1133

Joondalup
ORIGINS Project

Traditional Custodians: Nyoongar Wadjuk People (pronounced Ngoong-aar Whad-juk)

The ORIGINS Project is the largest study of its kind in Australia and aims to follow 10,000 families in the Joondalup and Wanneroo communities over a decade to discover the causes of non-communicable diseases and improve child and adult health. 

The Joondalup Health Campus hosts around 30 members of the 50-strong ORIGINS Project team, who use the space to run paediatric clinics and assessments.

Suite 213, Medical Centre West
Joondalup Health Campus
60 Shenton Avenue, 
Joondalup WA 6027

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Mon - Fri
8.30am - 5pm

T | +61 8 9408 3118 

Cockburn
Ear Health Research

Traditional Custodians: Nyoongar Wadjuk People (pronounced Ngoong-aar Whad-juk)

The Telethon Kids Institute Ear Health research team investigates the causes, impact, treatment, management and prevention of ear disease and hearing loss. 

Based in Cockburn, the Telethon Kids Ear Health research team is integrated within the Cockburn Health Centre and from the centre provides a range of health and support services to the community.

Cockburn Health and Community Facility
11 Wentworth Parade, 
Success WA 6164

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Mon - Fri
8.30am - 5pm

T | +61 8 9494 3700

Broome

Traditional Custodians: Yawuru People (pronounced Ya-roo)

Based in Broome, Telethon Kids Kimberley provides a launching site for cutting-edge, place-based research across Western Australia’s north. 

There are several exciting Telethon Kids Institute programs operating out of Broome, including the Yawardani Jan-ga Equine Assisted Learning Project and SToP Trial. 

Postal address: 
PO Box 1570,
Broome WA 6725

Physical office address:
Unit 1/48 Dampier Terrace,
BROOME WA 6725

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Mon - Fri
8.30am - 4pm

 

Port Hedland

Traditional Custodians: Kariyarra People (pronounced Gurri-udda)

Unprecedented support and funding provided by BHP since 2014 has enabled Telethon Kids to have an active presence in the Pilbara.

Beginning with the Hedland FASD Project and the more recent extension of our presence in the Pilbara with the 1000 Families Initiative in Port Hedland and Newman, Telethon Kids has the opportunity to expand our work alongside local services, networks and Aboriginal communities, and build a platform for community-led, place-based research in Western Australia’s North.

Postal address:
PO Box 2183,
SOUTH HEDLAND WA 6722

Physical office address:
Unit 56/1 Daylesford Close
SOUTH HEDLAND WA 6722

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South Australia


Adelaide
Telethon Kids Institute/Fraser Mustard Centre

Traditional Custodians: Kaurna People (pronounced Garna)

Telethon Kids and the Department for Education and Child Development joined forces to create the Fraser Mustard Centre based in Adelaide, where key decision makers have first-hand access to research.

Level 7
Department for Education
31 Flinders Street
Adelaide SA 5000

Mon - Fri
8.30am - 5pm

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T | +61 8 8207 2039