UQ Nutrition and Dietetics Practice

UQ Nutrition and Dietetics Practice offers a full range of professional services to the general public as well as students and staff at The University of Queensland.

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The practice offers expert nutrition and dietary advice to treat and manage a range of health conditions, as well as those seeking to improve their general health and well-being.

The practice aims to deliver a patient-centred service with a commitment to helping our clients meet their individual needs and personal goals. Our dietitians take into account each clients medical and personal circumstances to recommend the most appropriate and realistic treatment plan.

Services are delivered by postgraduate UQ Master of Dietetics Studies students under the supervision of a fully qualified Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD).

Who can you assist?

We can provide expert dietary advice for the management  nd treatment of a range of health conditions, as well as offer general advice on healthy eating and nutrition.

We can assist people with the management of:


  • Weight loss
  • Diabetes
  • Heart disease/ Cholesterol management
  • Higher blood pressure 
  • Gastrointestinal disorders such as Coeliac Disease, Diverticular Disease
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (FODMAPs)
  • Vegetarian/Vegan Nutrition
  • Food allergy and intolerance
  • Cancer and Malnutrition
  • Healthy Eating For The Whole Family
  • Pregnancy and lactation
  • PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)

What services do you provide?

As a client of our practice you will receive a comprehensive and personalised diet and lifestyle assessment as well as your own personalised nutrition program.

You may also receive personalised:

  • Individualised meal planners
  • Sport specific meal plan
  • Support to help you achieve your goals
  • Body composition assessment using Bodpod machine
  • Practical advice for healthy eating and food preparation
  • Practical advice on choosing the right foods when shopping and eating out
  • Recipe ideas
  • Label reading education
  • Educational resources and information regarding your condition and diet

Can you provide sports nutrition advice?

Yes, we are able to provide sports nutrition advice on:

  • Nutrition to optimize your sports performance and recovery
  • How to increase muscle mass (the healthy way)

  • Body composition management

  • Pre- and post-workout nutrition advice

  • Competition nutrition including: hydration, game day or race planning and “carb-loading” advice

  • Sports specific supplement advice

What can I expect at a consultation?

During your initial consultation you will be asked to provide personal information to allow for accurate assessment of your health needs. Any information you disclose will be kept between you, the dietitians and if applicable your doctor. Your notes will be held in locked storage and only shared with those people directly involved in your treatment.


Where are you located?


UQ St Lucia, Brisbane

School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences, Room 244/245 Connell Building (26B). (Building is opposite the pools and the basketball courts; we are up the ramp on level 2, just past the gym)

Dates of operation: 10 March to 27 May AND 29 July to 28 October 2020

Hours of operation:  Tues - Wed, 8am - 3pm

Ipswich - USQ Ipswich Campus (formerly UQ campus) 

Building H, Level 1, 11 Salisbury Road, Ipswich QLD

Hours of operation:  8am - 3pm

UQ Ipswich Nutrition and Dietetics Practice is easily accessible by all modes of transport. Parking, including disability parks, can be found right outside Exact Radiology in UQ Health Care parking (designated spots in in carpark 2). Taxi ranks are adjacent to the bus stop on The Crescent; and there are local bus services to the clinic. For information on public transport services please contact transinfo on 13 12 30, visit www.transinfo.qld.gov.au

Fees and Bookings

No fees apply to the UQ St Lucia Dietetics Practice. The Ipswich Practice offers competitive pricing which will be discussed prior to booking confirmation.

A referral is not necessary although it may help your dietitian better understand your dietary needs and health background. Referals may also be required to be eligible for certain rebates.  

To make an appointment, please send us a request below or call: (07) 336 56240.

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