Amie St Clair Melanoma

Amie St Clair Melanoma, based in Wagga Wagga, has been part of Melanoma Institute Australia since 2020.

About Amie St Clair Melanoma

Amie St ClairAmie St Clair Melanoma Trust was formed by Annette and Peter St Clair in 2010, in honour of their daughter Amie, who passed away from melanoma when she was just 23 years old.

Annette and Peter wanted to make a difference by raising awareness of melanoma, providing better access to specialised care for patients in the Wagga Wagga region, and supporting cancer research.

In Febuary 2020, Amie St Clair Melanoma celebrated its 10th Anniversary, and the merger with Melanoma Institute Australia was announced.

Melanoma patients in the Riverina region will benefit from strengthened and sustained melanoma services, including: 

  • Increased capacity of the free melanoma nursing services;
  • The establishment of clinical trials in Wagga Wagga;
  • Opportunities for melanoma patients within the region to contribute to MIA research;
  • Melanoma Education opportunities – both professional (GPs/Clinics) and community, including the SunSafe Student Ambassador program.

Shown above: Amie St Clair Melanoma 10th Anniversary celebration event

Latest News

Melanoma Clinical Trial opens in Wagga 

Melanoma patients throughout the Riverina now have access to a potentially life-saving immunotherapy clinical trial in Wagga, saving them a monthly 10 hour round-trip to Sydney. The MIA clinical trial is running out of the Riverina Cancer Care Centre and is the first clinical trial to open in Wagga following last year’s merger of MIA and the Amie St Clair Melanoma Trust. Read the full story here.


Upcoming Amie St Clair Events


Amie St Clair 10th Annual Ball - Postponed until Saturday 25 June 2022  










Join us to celebrate our 10th anniversary. Enjoy dinner, entertainment, raffles and auctions. 

Please note due to COVID our Ball has been postponed until Saturday 24 June 2022.

‘To have to cancel our Ball three times now has left us with a shortfall of funding, and sadly the ones who stand to be impacted most are local melanoma patients and their families,’ - Annette St Clair

Anyone wishing to donate in memory of Amie St Clair please donate via the link below: 

  Donate to Amie St Clair


Nurse Study Day: Melanoma in Practice







Please note our regional NSW Nurse Study Day in Wagga has been postponed until 2022. Please email Danielle Goss if you are interested in attending and we'll keep you updated.


Riverina Melanoma Ride  - Postponed to early 2022 










Melanoma survivor Matt Kean is doing a 1000km bike ride around the Riverina for eight days in early 2022, to increase awareness of melanoma and raise funds for Amie St Clair Melanoma - Melanoma Institute Australia. There are many ways you can join in! 

 Riverina Melanoma Ride  


Amie St Clair Melanoma Team 

Support, Education, Awareness and Events 

Annette St Clair  0448 255 223 

Amanda (Moo) Hubbard 0423 407 001

Melanoma Care Nurse 

Danielle Goss, our Melanoma Care Nurse, provides assistance and support to clients and their carers through education, support and guidance throughout treatment.

Contact Danielle on 0413 766 232


Amie St Clair Melanoma (part of Melanoma Institute Australia)  

Wiradjuri Land

Level 2, 2 Docker Street, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650

Phone: (02) 6925 0099