Sixteen study sites across south-eastern Australia enables older adults from regional and rural areas to join their city counterparts in landmark medical research.


ASPREE Study Centre Locations

Above: Yellow dots indicate ASPREE project hubs across south-eastern Australia.  To view details of a ASPREE centre, click on the appropriate state or territory on the left of the page. Members of the ASPREE team travel to Mildura, the Sapphire Coast, South Gippsland and Mount Gambier to conduct annual study visits.




ASPREE centres


National Co-ordinating Centre, Melbourne

Level 2, 553 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC 3004

P: 1800 728 745       E:

Ballarat ASPREE Centre

706 Sturt Street, Ballarat VIC 3350

P: 1800 728 745      E:

Bendigo ASPREE Centre

Bendigo Regional Clinical School 
106 Wattle Street, Bendigo VIC 3550

P: 1800 728 745      E:

Geelong ASPREE Centre

Neurosciences Department, 
Level 2 (Bellarine St entrance) Geelong Hospital, Kardinia House, Geelong VIC 3220

P: 1800 728 745      E:

Mildura ASPREE Centre (satellite site) 

Monash Mildura Regional Clinical School 
231-237 Thirteenth Street, Mildura West VIC 3500

P: 1800 728 745      E:

Traralgon ASPREE Centre

Monash Rural Health
10 Village Ave, Traralgon VIC 3844

P: 1800 728 745      E:

Warrnambool ASPREE Centre

21 Banyan Street, Warrnambool VIC 3280

P: 1800 728 745      E:

Wodonga ASPREE Centre

256 Beechworth Road (shared office with Hearing Professionals Wodonga), Wodonga VIC 3690

P: 1800 728 745      E:



Study centres


Burnie ASPREE Centre

Rural Clinical School, Brickport Road
University of Tasmania, Burnie TAS 7320

P: 1800 728 745      E:

Hobart ASPREE Centre

Menzies Institute for Medical Research
University of Tasmania, 17 Liverpool Street, Hobart TAS 7000

P: 1800 728 745      E:

Launceston ASPREE Centre 

Building C, Health Science and Nursing
University of Tasmania
Newnham Campus, Newnham Drive, Launceston TAS 7250

P: 1800 728 745      E:



Study centres


Canberra ASPREE Centre

Clinical Trials Unit, The Canberra Hospital
Building 1, Level 2 Yamba Drive, Garran ACT 2605

P: 1800 728 745      E:

Wollongong ASPREE Centre

Shop 3/1 Memorial Drive 
Shellharbour City Centre,  Shellharbour NSW 2529

P: 1800 728 745      E:




Study centre


Adelaide ASPREE Centre

Discipline of General Practice
Room 814,  Level 8, 115 Grenfell St
The University of Adelaide, Adelaide SA 5000

P: 1800 728 745      E:

Page updated: 1 June 2022


Aspirin and anaemia risk in older adults
Aspirin and anaemia risk in older adults

A new analysis of ASPREE trial data has found that prolonged daily aspirin use increases the risk of anaemia in some older adults. Findings from ASPREE-Anaemia, a sub-study of the ASPREE trial, may help GPs identify older patients at higher risk of anaemia and who may benefit from regular monitoring for development of the condition.

Poor gait/handgrip linked to dementia risk
Poor gait/handgrip linked to dementia risk

Walking speed and grip strength could be early indicators of dementia before the onset of noticeable symptoms, new findings from the ASPREE trial reveals. Researchers found slow walking speed combined with weak hand grip was a stronger predictor of cognitive decline and dementia in older adults than either measure alone.

ASPREE Australian research locations