Prostate Cancer Action Group S.A. Inc  

Proudly Affiliated With

Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia



How can I obtain more information?


There are variety of support services available

for men diagnosed with prostate cancer and their partners/carers.




 Support Services 


Support Groups   Cancer Help Line



South Australian and Northern Territory Support Groups

These groups are a great help to the majority of prostate cancer patients and their partners.  The main reasons for being a member is support, information and meeting others in similar situations.  The meetings are a mixture of general discussions and talks by qualified people. 

See here for all PCFA Affiliated Prostate Cancer Support Groups    

Adelaide Group   check their page

meet 3rd Monday, (Feb to Nov) 7pm 411 Fullartone Rd, Fullarton

in 2014 the Adelaide Group merged with the Mitcham Group see below!

Ian or

see Adelaide-Mitcham Group

(08) 8296 3350
(08) 8277 3424

Adelaide-Mitcham Prostate Cancer Support Group Jeff or
(08) 8277 3424
(08) 8296 3350
Alice Springs Support Group    

Barossa Prostate Cancer Support Group check their page

meets on the third Tuesday of each month at Don Piro’s home,
28 Kindler Ave, Nuriootpa. Please contact Don

Don Piro

(08) 8562 3359 or
0419 863 124

Darwin Support Group check their page

meets on the second Monday of each month, at the
Harbour Room, Christ Church Cathedral, corner
of Smith St and the Esplanade, Darwin at 7.30pm


or Allan

0439 952 625

(08) 8927 9703

Kingston And Robe PCSG Bob (08) 8767 2288
0408 672 288
Limestone Coast Prosate Cancer Support Group (Mt Gambier) Richard (08) 8724 9057
0427 978 898

McLaren Districts Prostate Cancer Support Group check their page

in reccess


Mitcham PSA Support Group check their page

in 2014 the Adelaide Group merged with the Mitcham Group see here!

Meetings Normally fourth Thursday of each Month, Feb to Nov
Colonel Light Gardens RSL Club
4 Prince George Parade
Colonel Light Gardens
at 7.0 pm to 8.45pm

see Adelaide-Mitcham group

Murray Bridge PSA Support Group check their page

Meetings Normally third Wednesday of each Month, Feb to Nov at 7.30pm at OUR WELLBEING PLACE, 108 SWANPORT RD., MURRAY BRIDGE

Trevor (08) 8569 1342

Naracoorte Men's Cancer Support Group
meet on 4th Wednesday at the Naracoorte Hotel
73 Ormerod St, Naracoorte at 10am

Graham (08) 8737 2779
0408 803 793

Payneham Support Group check their page

Meetings Normally third Tuesday of each Month, Feb to Nov at 7pm at Payneham RSL Clubrooms, 360 Payneham Rd, Payneham.

Closed - no longer meeting!  

Prostate Cancer Support City of Onkaparinga Group
check their page

Meetings Normally first Wednesday of the Month (except January) in Boardroom at Noarlunga Hospital Centre, Alexander Kelly Drive, Noarlunga Centre
from 6.30 pm to 9 pm


or John

(08) 8326 5588

(08) 8382 6671

Port Pirie Prostate Cancer Support Group
Meet Feb - Dec 1st Tue of each month
Pasminco BHAS Bowling Club
1 Halley Street, Port Pirie



(08) 8632 1324

(08) 8632 2367

Prostate Cancer Action Group - SA  not a support group

normally meet 2nd Tuesday at 5.30pm, Feb - Nov,
144 South Terrace, Adelaide

Bob Wood 0448 454 314

Whyalla Support Group

meetings are held first Tuesday of each month except January, at University of South Australia Nicolson Ave, Room 72. At 7.30pm.

Terry O'Brien
(08) 8645 1310
(08) 8644 0591


Support Groups Australia wide

In 2008 a PCFA Chapter of SA and NT support groups was formed. PCFA Central Australia Chapter.

 Cancer Help Line 13 11 20

The Cancer Help Line, through the Cancer Council South Australia, offers information, advice and support to all South Australians.  A further programme now works in conjunction with the Help Line - Cancer Connect.  This was set up by the Cancer Council South Australia after consultation and advice from medical professionals.  The programme offers a cancer patient and his family an opportunity to talk with someone who has had a similar experience - peer support. ie Linking people through their experience of cancer.


The aim of the volunteers is to give hope and encouragement, practical information and referral to appropriate sources for further information.


Information and support can be obtained through the Cancer Help Line at the Cancer Council South Australia on 13 11 20

Call the Cancer Help Line and you will be connected to a trained volunteer who has had a similar experience to you.

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Disclaimer Clause - This Group, either as a Group or individually, does not treat or prescribe for any human disease, and is not a provider of professional advice. Nor does it purport to act as a provider of any professional advice. If any man has concerns about his prostate health, he should consult a health professional. The Group acts as a means of creating an awareness of prostate health, and encourages men to take a more proactive interest in their overall health situation, by promoting stimulation for independent thought and analysis.


The group does not recommend any particular treatment or product, and stresses that it is important that any person should consult his/her health professional before making any decision about any treatments.



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