Therapy Tracks

Therapy Tracks provides Allied Health services to people living in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands and Broome. We are passionate about improving the quality of healthcare services in remote Aboriginal communities. Our clinicians have extensive experience in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology and Prosthetics & Orthotics, particularly in the rural and remote settings. 

We are a social enterprise Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology, and Prosthetics & Orthotics clinics throughout the year. This enables us to provide a responsive, innovative, best practice service for our clients involving family and carers as necessary both on site at our clinics or within the comfort of their community, and importantly limiting their need to travel to regional centres. 

Contact us today to find out how as registered NDIS providers we can assist you to live better within your community. 

Central Australia

Occupational Therapy, Prosthetics and Orthotics, and Other Services Offered Here

Our Central Australia service primarily covers the APY Lands and surrounds. Realising that it can be difficult for clients to travel, our Central Australian services focus on coming to the client to offer allied health in the comfort of their own community.


Prosthetics and Orthotics offered here

Our Broome Prosthetics and Orthotics services are offered at one of our two clinics in Broome or in the comfort of a client’s community. At the moment we are only offering Prosthetics and Orthotics in Broome, but plan to expand soon.

About Therapy Tracks

Therapy Tracks was started to service remote communities in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands of Central Australia. From there we expanded to also offer Allied Health Services in and around Broome.

As it’s often difficult for people living in remote communities to travel to rural centres for Allied Health Services, we are able to travel to these communities in order to better service clients. Going further, research from the NPY Women’s Council Aboriginal Corporation suggests that better health outcomes can be achieved by people remaining on country.

A person's feet in rustic shoes standing on red soil.


Central Australia contact information

Phone: 0431 275 718 (WhatsApp)

We cover most of Central Australia. Please get in touch to arrange a time for us to visit you.

Broome contact information

We can come visit you, or you can come to one of our clinics.

Phone: 0466 044 594

Far North:

Office 5, Kimberley Regional Offices, Weld Street

Broome WA 6725



1/50 Dampier Terrace

Broome WA 6725


Broome Aboriginal Medical Service:

2 Dora Street

Broome WA 6725