Our Services

We assist individuals and families, of all ages from pregnancy to the elderly, and of all shapes and sizes. We work together to create a more energetic, confident and most importantly, healthier you!

Being diagnosed with any condition can be scary and overwhelming. Often leaving you feeling like you just don’t know what you can, or can’t eat anymore and to what extent your condition is influenced by food and your lifestyle.


Diabetes: Did you know working with an Accredited Practising Dietitian can reduce your blood sugar levels by 50% compared to people who have no support from a nutrition specialist?


Heart Disease: Reduce your heart disease risk with healthy eating. Modify your intake to reduce your risk factors of heart disease such as high cholesterol and high blood pressure and fatty liver disease.


Weight Management:  Overweight and obesity has risen to an all-time high. Many people know they need to lose weight. A dietitian can help you to plan your meals, discuss portion sizes and set realistic goals for you taking into account your relationship with food.


Mental Health: The link between food and mood has never been clearer. Current statistics indicate that half of all Australians will experience some form of mental illness in their lifetime


Together, we can make better food choices towards a healthier you.

SWeet potato and hazelnut salad

One-on-one individual consultation – 60mins $140


Having your 1:1 nutrition coach allows us to tailor an individual program that is just right for you. During our initial consultation we will discuss in detail your current diet, lifestyle and any medical conditions. We will set health and nutrition goals together. You will receive a personalised eating plan including written nutrition information to take home. We ensure any recommendations fit your lifestyle and are flexible enough for you to enjoy and persist with.




Review consultation – 30mins $80


During a review consultation, we will assess your progress and modify your meal plan accordingly. We will provide ongoing support, motivation and education to achieve your health and nutrition goals for as long as this takes.




Bring A Buddy – 2 people with like-minded health goals (up to 1.5hrs)


Bring a friend, sister, brother, partner and parent etc with a like minded health goal and help support each other to ensure success. Combine your consultation with a buddy to save money and have the extra motivational support!

You can check with your GP or Private Health Insurer to see if you are eligible for rebates. 

For further details about fees, rebates and policies visit HERE 

Aged Care


We deliver quality nutrition services aligned to the Aged Care Quality Standards and can assist with evidence, compliance and performance against the standards.


We aren’t just the milkshake queens! Here at Hunter Dietetics, we prioritise a food first approach but can recommend commercial supplements if required.


Our team are experienced aged care dietitians who take into account a resident’s medical, clinical and diet history, their current nutritional requirements, cultural beliefs and their health goals. Taking all that information into account, we are able to accurately diagnose nutrition issues and formulate a treatment plan that ensures each and every resident receives evidenced based care so they stay healthier and happier. We then communicate this plan with staff members to ensure the treatment plan is implemented.

1. Individual resident reviews and medical nutrition therapy

Malnutrition, poor appetite and unintentional weight loss

Weight gain


Texture modified diets

High blood pressure, high cholesterol and heart disease

Impaired kidney function

Altered bowel habits (constipation and diarrhoea

Muscle wasting and sarcopenia

Poor wound healing

Impaired liver function

Enteral feeding regimens

2. Meal Reviews

Ensure your menu is everything that you and your residents need and want and align with the Aged Care Quality Standards.

Strategies to reduce supplementation usage and costs

Weight and food policy review/development

Food and meal time assessment

Please contact us for a personalised quote for resident reviews or a Menu and Mealtime Quality Assessment?


What is a Dietitian?

A Dietitian is a University qualified allied health professional able to provide expert nutrition and dietary advice. A Dietitian has a strong scientific background and is able to translate scientific nutrition information into practical and understandable advice to assist people to improve their health.

Why see an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD)?

An Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) has University qualifications and participates in ongoing training and education to meet the Dietitians Australia (DA) guidelines for best practice. An APD is skilled in the complex relationship between food, diet and health and may provide nutrition and dietary advice to individuals, and/or groups on general healthy eating or a more complex medical condition.

What is the difference between a Dietitian and a Nutritionist?

The main difference is Dietitians have undertaken additional University training, including supervision in a clinical setting and medical nutrition training. The team at Hunter Dietetics are both Accredited Practising Dietitians and Accredited Nutritionists, credentialed by the Dietitians Australia.

What to bring with you to your appointment?

– Any referral letters

– Any recent blood pathology

– List of current medications

– Your payment as discussed at time of booking

– Motivation and willingness to learn

– Anything else you feel may be relevant