to the melanomaWA website, which was created to provide information on sun and skin safety to the people of Western Australia and abroad. The other key focus is to provide information and support to those who have been diagnosed with Melanoma, as well as the family and friends that make up their own personal support networks.

If you have any comments or queries please send an email to admin@melanomawa.org.au

You can also call the melanomaWA Office on (08) 9322 1908…

A full list of contact emails can be found at the About and Contact Tab.


2015 Melanoma March across Australia!

5 events across WA!

The Melanoma March is back and this year it is going to be even bigger and better! We will have events in Bunbury, Busselton, Perth, Rockingham and Karratha as we raise funds to go towards a National Research project as well as supporting us in providing awareness initiatives and support programs here in Western Australia.

The Melanoma March is to be launched nationally in Melbourne on Thursday 5th February but you can get in now and register to come along and get behind those in our community who have been touched by Melanoma, and to remember those who have passed!

We also have Facebook event pages for each site so look up ‘melanomaWA’ on Facebook and go to our events.


Please Click Here or on the Banner Above to go to the Melanoma March Registration Page


Chefs Long Table Lunch – Sunday 22nd February, Bunbury 

The amazing people at Chefs Long Table Lunch are supporting melanomaWA and we would like anyone who is interested to come along and support the event that helps us!

Please Click on the below Flyer for a full size version, and if you would like to volunteer at the event for melanomaWA please email community@melanomawa.org.au

2015 CLTL Poster for email copy


Improvement Resources + melanomaWA… the word is out! 

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L-R: Martin Slabbert, Clint Heal, Hayden Ballantyne, Andy Bell, Sarah Coleman and Bonnie Stacey at the Announcement night

melanomaWA are proud to have developed a valuable partnership with Improvement Resources, so it is with great excitement that we can announce our next big step together.

In 2015, Improvement Resources will be our Major Corporate Sponsor!

The team at Improvement Resources first approached Clinton Heal in 2012 to understand how they could support his very important cause of melanoma support and awareness . They were immediately inspired by Clinton’s story and what he has been able to achieve since being diagnosed with melanoma, and were keen to get on board.

As two young, passionate and ambitious Western Australian organisations, there was an instant cultural fit and a partnership grew from there.

Three years on, Improvement Resources continue to generously support us and create opportunities to grow our partnership further. Their donations and business improvement expertise have helped us grow as an organisation, and allowed us to expand our support services and awareness.

melanomaWA are very grateful that Improvement Resources have given us the opportunity to dream bigger. Their hands on approach and solid commitment will help us achieve our goals, including minimising the devastating effects of melanoma in our community.

We are both extremely proud of what we have achieved together and look forward to even bigger things ahead!

Improvement Resources are a growing team of integrated consultants passionate about driving improvement in any situation, organisation or industry. With their head office located in Perth, the work they do expands across Australia, where their clients include a number of major mining, oil & gas, and manufacturing companies.

Having expertise and experience in engineering, business improvement and operational leadership, whatever the challenge, they work with clients to deliver fresh thinking that drives positive and sustainable change. Find out more at www.improvementresources.com.au



We hold a number of monthly meetings throughout Western Australia for anyone touched by Melanoma.

Please go to the Support Group tab for group meeting details or email support@melanomawa.org.au for more information.