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29 Macfarlane St
South Hobart
Tasmania 7004
03 6223 4842
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Opening Hours

The clinic is open 10 am to 7 pm Monday and Thursday.

The dispensary is open during all of the hours that practitioners are consulting. Medicine pick ups outside these hours by prior arrangement only.


Ample street parking is available.


All consultations are available by appointment only.


We ask that patients give us 24 hours notice of inability to attend an appointment. This enables us to give someone else your appointment time and cuts down on waiting time for appointments for everyone.

Payment Options

We accept cash, EFTPOS, and major credit cards (Visa and Mastercard).

Concessions available to healthcare card, pension card holders and full time students.

Contact reception 03 6223 4842

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Bioceuticals Direct Ordering

 Bioceuticals order

If you are a patient of the Hobart Naturopath, you can purchase your Bioceutical products directly from the Bioceuticals website.

Step1: Go to the Bioceuticals homepage
•    Simply click this link to the Bioceuticals homepage

Step 2: Setup an account
•    Your will now see the Bioceuticals homepage
•    Go to login in the upper right corner
•    You will need to set up an account as a “patient” and use the codeword southhobart

Step 3: Select your products.


Coriolus PSP

trametes versicolor turkey tailCoriolus PSP is a special extract of the spores from the fungus Turkey tail. It’s botanical name is Trametes Versicolor (also known as Coriolus versicolor, or Kawaratake in Japanes, or Yun-Zhi in Chinese). The medicinal plant part is the fruiting body.

The active compounds are known as polysaccharide peptide (PSP) and polysaccharide krestin (PSK).

PSP and PSK have been investigated as adjuvant medicines during chemotherapy and radiation. Studies have found that these immune enhancing polysaccharides enhance quality of life of cancer patients.

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