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Abortion Melbourne, VIC

Australia’s Medical Termination Provider


Abortion in Melbourne & Victoria

All women in Victoria, not only Melbourne, for only $250 and all medications for $75, can have a medical abortion with 24 hour aftercare as a non-surgical alternative to an operation at an abortion clinic. Our service avoids harassment, intimidation and abuse that many Victorian women suffered attending a surgical centre. No referral is necessary from any doctor.

We will express mail all the medications that are necessary thereby avoiding the need to go to a pharmacy to get any pills. Overnight delivery is usual to Melbourne CBD.


When can I expect my medications?

All medications are sent by Australia Post Express Post in a plain non-identifiable package. Express Post will take between 24-72 hours to the majority of major cities and towns across Australia.

If you live in an apartment or unit, a homestead or station, it may be better to have the parcel sent to the nearest post office for collection.

Parcel Collect, which requires a signature and identification, provides a more reliable and earlier delivery.

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What areas do we service?

Most large cities and towns are next business day delivery, with rural towns taking 48 hours.


Next business day delivery by Express Post is usual for the following postcode areas:

3000-3210; 3335-3338; 3340; 3427-3429; 3750; 3755; 3757; 3765-3767; 3782; 3785-3796; 3800-3810; 3910-3915; 3930-3934; 3975-3977; 8000-8899; 3211-3220; 3350; 3353-3356; 3550; 3552-3556; 3629-3632; 3660-3661; 3825; 3840-3844

These postcodes cover the following regions:

  •  Melbourne and suburbs
  •  Geelong and suburbs
  •  Ballarat
  •  Bendigo
  •  Shepparton and environs
  •  Seymour
  •  Latrobe Valley


Express Post may take 48 hours for these areas:

  •  Northeast
  •  Gippsland
  •  Wimmera
  •  Glenelg
  •  Murray Mallee


Abortion Law Reform: What’s new?

The Abortion Law Reform Act 2008 was passed by the Victorian Parliament in 2008. This bill amended section 65 of the Victorian Crimes Act 1958. The amendment was moved on behalf of the Brumby Labor Government by the Women’s Affairs Minister, Maxine Morand, and was based on a Victorian Law Reform Commission report. This report recommended the removal of abortion from the Victorian Crimes Act

Legislation preventing protesters from coming within 150 metres of an abortion clinic was passed by the Upper House of the Victorian Parliament on 26th November 2015. The abortion buffer zone laws make it illegal for anti-abortion protesters to harass or film women going in or coming out of clinics.

In 2017 Dandenong Hospital refused to perform a termination on a woman who had a failed medical termination. No legal action was taken against the doctors concerned despite Minister of Health being aware of the breach. However, an internal review was put in place, management protocols were changed and the hospital authorities were reprimanded.



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