It’s who we are, it’s what we do.
Test for HIV and STIs at least twice a year.
To coincide with this year’s World AIDS Day on 1 December, we’re encouraging all gay and bisexual men – whether you brunch or study, bottom or top – to get tested for HIV and STIs.
HIV testing has been integral in our community’s fight against the epidemic since it began – it’s part of our culture and who we are.
In NSW, testing rates are at an all-time high. We are heading in the right direction towards our goal of virtually eliminating new HIV transmissions by 2020 but we must maintain the momentum.
And that’s where you can play a part.
So, from Broken Hill to Bondi, up north to down south, test often for HIV and STIs and help end HIV.
How often should I test?
Once, twice, four times? Find out how often you should test for HIV and STIs by using our calculator.
Where can I test?
Find the nearest location where you can get tested for HIV and STIs here. Not near a testing site? You can get a HIV Dried Blood Spot (DBS) testing kit delivered to your home. Learn more about DBS testing and order a kit here.
Remind me to test
It’s easy to forget when you last had a HIV and STI test and when it’s time to get the next one. Sign up to receive free e-mail or SMS reminders here.
Go behind the scenes!
Browse below for some beautiful behind the scenes shots taken across NSW.