BCNA Information Forums

Held in rural, regional and metropolitan locations around Australia, our Information Forums are free events for women and men diagnosed with breast cancer, and their partners, family and supporters.

Learn about the latest in breast cancer treatment and care, and ways to manage the emotional and physical impact of breast cancer from breast cancer experts including medical oncologists, oncology psychologists and other health professionals at these inspiring events.

We provide lunch, information displays from a number of organisation and groups supporting people with breast cancer, and time to meet with others who have been through a similar situation.

Regional and rural forums held throughout 2014 support women, men and their families, thanks to the support of the Australian Government’s 'Supporting Women in Rural Areas Diagnosed with Breast Cancer' Program.

Upcoming forums


Date: Wednesday 11 February 2015
Time: Registrations open from 9.00 am
Forum Program:

10.00am – 2.40pm

Venue: Horsham Golf Club

304 Golf Course Road, Haven (via Horsham)


  • Medical Oncologist, Dr Theresa Hayes - hear about the latest in treatment and care
  • Oncology Psychologist, Jane Fletcher - on strategies to improve your emotional wellbeing 
  • Be inspired by Raelene Boyle, Olympian and breast cancer survivor

Plenty of parking available on site


Places are limited so register early to avoid disappointment. Partners, family and friends are welcome.

Online registrations are now open


More forums

  •  Mt Gambier - April 2015

Can't attend?

If you are unable to attend a BCNA Community Information Forum, you can download an overview and see some photos after the event on the past forums page (allow up to a week for the information to become available).

To enquire about fourm dates or registration please phone 1800 500 258.


Supporting rural women

"I found the forum to be very informative and an enjoyable day. I know that I speak on behalf of all from rural areas when I say it was lively and a rare treat for us to be included." -- Nichole, Tamworth forum attendee

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