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Stirling Cross Blood Cancer Centre (Perth)

8 Tassels Pl, Innaloo WA 6018

Exterior of the Sterling Cross accommodation centre

The Leukaemia Foundation’s essential services will now be based in one central location for the first time in the organisation’s 25 year history in Western Australia. The Stirling Cross Blood Cancer Centre based at Innaloo opened its doors in 2018 to provide families with vital accommodation when they are forced to relocate to Perth for life-saving treatment.

The Leukaemia Foundation offers 10 fully furnished one and two bedroom apartments for accommodation at the Stirling Cross Blood Cancer Centre at Innaloo.

The Stirling Cross Blood Cancer Centre offers a safe, secure and central location close to essential amenities and services, less than 25 minutes from all major metropolitan treating hospitals, and with easy access to a major transportation hub.

It is important that people undergoing treatment for blood cancer are supported by their family and can maintain those familial bonds whilst undergoing treatment. Each of the fully furnished apartments includes a sofa bed, allowing even the one bedroom apartments to accommodate three people, keeping the family unit together.

Blood cancer support staff will be located on site and available for patient and carer support during the week.

Thank you to our major supporters who gave generously to the project:

  • Adrian and Michela Fini
  • The Burgon Family
  • The Torelli Family
  • The Ricciardi Family
  • Lotterywest
  • Famous Pacific Shipping
  • CBH Group


Please call us on 1800 555 021 or fill out our accommodation request form if you or someone you know is in need of accommodation in Perth while having blood cancer treatment.

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