See inside The Kinghorn Cancer Centre through our 360° panoramic virtual tours. Scroll down the page to view all nine panoramas, and:

  • Use your mouse to click and drag each panorama to look around, above and below you
  • View a larger version of a panorama in full screen mode by clicking the square in the panorama’s top right corner
  • Where white arrows appear on the floor when you hover your mouse over a panorama, you can click on these to navigate around the space

Foyer and Atrium

The main wall of the foyer and atrium area in The Kinghorn Cancer Centre features a permanent installation artwork, White Water Falls (2012) by the British land artist Richard Long, which spans eight floors.

The foyer includes a reception and patient waiting area, and provides access to the Nelune Centre and wellness centre, our ground floor treatment areas. Lifts and stairs provide access to the first floor consultation areas, which include a waiting area, education area, MDT (Multidisciplinary Team) room and consultation rooms.

Higher levels house the Professor John Shine Room and other meeting rooms, a reflection garden, offices, laboratories and write-up areas and the Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics, which includes a genomic sequencing laboratory and bioinformatics/clinical data entry area.

The view from the rooftop takes in St Vincent’s Hospital and the surrounding Darlinghurst area, as well as Sydney CBD, Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.

The Nelune Centre

Wellness Centre

Consultation Areas and MDT (Multidisciplinary Team) Room

Professor John Shine Room and Reflection Garden


Open Plan Office Area

Genomic Sequencing Laboratory

Bioinformatics/Clinical Data Entry Area

Rooftop View