Location and Parking

Located on the laneway behind Hunter Imaging, 1 Albion St, Maitland, NSW, 2320. Carparking facilities available right outside the clinic on Albion Street.


Australian Skin Cancer Clinics specialise in the early detection, diagnosis, treatment and management of Skin Cancer and Melanoma.

Our Doctors have a special interest in Skin Cancer medicine, and with no referral necessary we make it easy for you to get your skin checked! We also perform Advanced Skin Cancer Surgery at an affordable price.

Our reception staff are available to take appointments now, so don't delay - book an appointment today! It could save your life.

Fees and Payments

Our standard consultation fee is:

$90 (with no Concession Card) of which you will receive a partial rebate from Medicare.

$60 (with Concession Card) of which you will receive a partial rebate from Medicare.

Bulk Billing is available for Pensioners and Veterans, and children aged 16 and under.

Payment methods accepted: Cash, Eftpos, Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard), Cheques. Please note we do not accept American Express.

For more information please ask Reception.

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Dr Mary Boyling

Dr Boyling completed her medical degree (MBBS) in 1995 at the University of Adelaide South Australia before moving to the Hunter Valley to complete her general practice training ( FRACGP) in 2000. She also completed a Diploma of Paediatrics (Hunter Postgraduate Medical Institute - HPGMI) in 2000. Since that time she has worked as a general practitioner regularly performing skin cancer checks and minor surgical procedures. After completing a Melanoma Course in 2006 run by HPGMI and The Newcastle Melanoma Unit, Dr Boyling commenced working at Maitland Skin Cancer Clinic in February 2015 as well as continuing her general practitioner career in Maitland.

Dr Boyling completed certificates in dermoscopy (a diagnostic technique for skin cancers) and skin cancer medicine in 2015, the Diploma of Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery in 2016, and the Advanced Clinical Certificate of Dermoscopy in 2017 (all through the Skin Cancer College of Australasia). She is an accredited member of the Skin Cancer College of Australasia (SCCA) and is currently studying to complete the Diploma of Dermoscopy.

Dr Boyling has a family with three children, three horses, one dog and two turtles, keeping her very busy! In her spare time she enjoys gardening, horse riding and running, having just completed her first marathon.

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Dr Owain Roberts

Dr Roberts moved to Australia fron the UK in January 2012. He completed his Diploma in Practical Dermatology in July 2014 and has since gained certificates in Skin Cancer Medicine and Dermatoscopy.

He has been working from the Maitland Skin Cancer Clinic since July 2016 and also works as a General Practictioner in Newcastle.