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Address: Suite 25, Level 11
809-811 Pacific Highway Chatswood 2067

Fax Referral: 02 9185 0942


Monday8.30am – 5pm
Tuesday8.30am – 5pm
Wednesday8.30am – 5pm
Thursday8.30am – 5pm
Friday8.30am – 5pm


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Aurora Dermatology is located in the Leura Building facing the Pacific Highway, between Brown Street and Victoria Avenue.
You can find us by taking the left commercial elevator to Level 11 where we are located in Suite 25.
The Leura Building car park can be found on the corner of Brown Street and the Pacific Highway.
On arrival you may enter number 25 on the intercom to gain access to the car park and our friendly receptionist will let you in. You are then able to park in the visitor car park and make your way up to Level 11 through the commercial elevator.

Chatswood Train Station is a three minute walk to our clinic.

If you are arriving by train, once you have exited the station you can follow the escalator to the traffic lights on the corner of 7/Eleven and head Southwest up Victoria Avenue. 

Turn right at the corner of the Pacific Hwy and Victoria Avenue and you will see the Leura Building.

Chatswood is now also part of the new Sydney Metro Train Network directly connecting Kellyville and Rouse Hill to Chatswood with services  every 10 minute. It will also connect to the city and Bankstown by 2024. 

Recent changes to Chatswood to City Bus routes can be found here.


There are many GP clinics in Chatswood who can refer to Aurora Dermatology.

Click this link to find a GP near Chatswood, Artarmon. St Leonard’s, Lane Cove, North Sydney, Hunters Hill, Killara, Northbridge, Castle Cove, Mosman, Pymble, St Ives, Cremorne and Gordon.  

Here is our online referral form for your GP to refer to our urgent clinic (we reserve places for urgent skin patients weekly).

Urgent patients can be seen within 24 to 48 hours with a call from a GP and generally this is for conditions where there is severe pain, itching, swelling or high levels of discomfort related to your skin condition.

Urgent conditions include: 

  • Allergic Reactions
  • Suspected Skin Cancer
  • Cystic Acne
  • Severe flare-ups of eczema, psoriasis, rosacea
  • Shingles (your GP can treat, but can refer for complex cases. Antivirals must be taken within three days)
  • Severe acne with joint pain, fever
  • Drug skin reactions
  • Blistering Rashes
  • Spreading Rashes

The number for GPs to call our urgent clinic is 9423 0033