About Australian Clinical Labs
Australian Clinical Labs are one of the largest private pathology providers in Australia. Each year millions of patients around Australia trust us with collecting and analysing their pathology samples.
Sample analysis is performed in our 86 NATA-accredited laboratories by a team of highly-skilled scientists, lab technicians and RCPA-accredited pathologists. In 2020, Clinical Labs started offering COVID-19 testing and to date our laboratories have analysed millions of samples for COVID-19. Please select from our COVID-19 services below:
UPDATE: Clinical Labs is now offering COVID-19 Testing at Home with no out-of-pocket cost to select postcodes in South East Queensland.
COVID-19 Testing at Home
Clinical Labs is now offering our unique COVID-19 Home Visit testing service for select postcodes in South East Queensland. No out-of-pocket cost. Valid Medicare card required.
With the click of a button, you’ll avoid the queues, and experience the convenience of having one of our specially-trained collectors conduct your COVID-19 test at home, with no out-of-pocket cost. Using our MyHomeVisit Online Portal is simple, here's how:
1. Visit our MyHomeVisit Online Portal
Click the banner or link above and you’ll be directed straight to our online booking portal.
2. Answer the preliminary screening questions
These questions are to ensure you are eligible for the service. You do not need a doctor's request form, but please ensure you do have your Medicare card at the ready.
3. Schedule your test
Select an available timeslot that works best for you, and one of our medical practitioners will travel to your residence and conduct the swab test. It is recommended that if other members of your household need a test, all should be tested at the same time.
4. Complete the test
When our collector is on their way, you’ll receive an SMS notification allowing you to track their car as they approach your residence. Once our collector arrives they will tell you exactly what to do from there.
5. Receive your result
Our collector will take your sample back to our laboratory and you will receive your COVID-19 result via SMS as soon as it is ready.
COVID-19 Testing for Travel
Many countries are requesting that international travellers complete a COVID-19 PCR Test before boarding their flight.
Clinical Labs is now offering travellers the ability to purchase the below COVID-19 test for travel through our secure web portal (store.clinicallabs.com.au).
- COVID-19 PCR Test for Travel
This test is available for asymptomatic travellers only and there is no Medicare rebate available. A doctor's referral is not required. Travellers are emailed a referral form once they purchase their test.
Travellers can order a test by:
- Visiting store.clinicallabs.com.au where they create an account, and order and pay for their test.
- Travellers are then sent a confirmation email that contains the receipt/referral.
- They need to print this out and take it with them to the Clinical Labs Murarrie Collection Centre (see clinicallabs.com.au/travel for listing), along with a form of photo ID (passport or driver’s licence).
- After completing the test, their sample will be processed within 24-48 hours and they will be sent an SMS notification when their result is ready.
- Travellers then log back into store.clinicallabs.com.au where they can download their results certificate which contains all the required information to meet international travel requirements.
COVID-19 Testing & Collection
Clinical Labs is conducting COVID-19 testing, and COVID-19 Collection is available from our Murarrie collection centre in Queensland. This centre will be exclusively for COVID-19 collection - no other pathology tests will be collected at this site.
GP or Commercial referral form required. No appointment necessary.
1/8 Metroplex Ave, QLD 4172
Ph: (07) 3435 3910
Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 2:00pm
Sat, Sun & Public Holiday: Closed
PCR testing only
(Antibody testing not available at this location)
Clinical Labs can receive specimens from mildly unwell patients. Acutely unwell patients should be referred to the local Emergency Department, with the recommendation to call ahead.
Information updated 24.08.21 11:17am AEST.