Double Bay COVID-19 Respiratory

Drive Thru Clinic

Important update 20 March 2021

Please be advised the Double Bay Doctors COVID-19 Drive Thru Respiratory Clinic has been temporarily suspended for 2 weeks from 20 March 2021 to 3 April 2021.


What to do in the meantime?

If you are experiencing respiratory symptoms, you can:

  1. Book a Telehealth appointment; or,

  2. Get a COVID-19 test and bring proof of your negative COVID-19 test result (within the last 7 days) with you to your regular GP appointment. Please remember if you are experiencing respiratory symptoms, you will be required to wear face mask to your appointment.

We'll be in touch soon with an update.

Best wishes,

Bondi Doctors team


How it works

The COVID-19 Drive Thru Respiratory Clinic (Drive Thru Clinic) in Double Bay is suitable for any patient experiencing fever or respiratory symptoms who wants to see a doctor. Respiratory symptoms include sore throat, cough, shortness of breath and/or nasal congestion.


Please note you are welcome to attend the Drive Thru Clinic in person, without a car.

Watch a walk-through of our COVID-19 clinic here.

Comprehensive, appointment-only service:

  1. Drive Thru Clinic: Examination, COVID-19 testing (where applicable), follow up care including scripts, if required.

  2. Results follow up: You will receive an SMS result within 24 - 48 hours confirming your test results. If you continue to have symptoms we encourage you to make a Telehealth appointment with your doctor for review. Please ensure you adhere to NSW self isolation guidelines until your result has returned.


You will REMAIN IN YOUR CAR for the duration of your consultation.

For more information visit

Drive Thru Clinic opening hours

Monday to Friday 9.00am to 12.30pm

Saturday & Sunday 11.30am - 2.00pm

Where is the Drive Thru Clinic located?

Jamberoo Lane, Double Bay.

  1. Entry to Jamberoo Lane, is from William Street, Double Bay.

  2. Note that Jamberoo Lane is located adjacent to the Cross Street Council Carpark in Double Bay.

  3. There is no access to Jamberoo Lane from Cross Street whilst the Clinic is in operation.