About Us

Amcal pharmacy puts professional healthcare within reach of every Australian. From prescription care to heart health support, health tests to pain relief, Amcal’s growing range of comprehensive health services are redefining pharmacy care; making expert health advice and support more available, affordable and accessible to those in need.

From our beginnings in the 1930s as Allied Master Chemists of Australia Limited (A.M.C.A.L.), we have grown to become one of the most widely recognised pharmacies, and we’re part of the largest network of pharmacies in Australia. Amcal is an integral part of local communities in every state and territory, delivering a customer-focused healthcare experience based on advice and information to improve health and wellbeing outcomes. We are committed to providing friendly service, value-for-money and, most importantly, expert advice.




Our Charity Partners


Carers Australia


Amcal is a proud supporter of Carers Australia the national peak body representing Australia’s carers. Carers Australia advocate on behalf of Australia’s carers to influence policies and services at a national level; working collaboratively with partners, members and state and territory Carers Associations, to deliver a range of essential national carer services.


Carers are an integral part of Australia's health system and are the foundation of our aged, disability, palliative and community care systems. Caring may include help and support in any of the daily activities of the person being cared for. It may include physical and personal care and assistance such as dressing, lifting, showering, feeding or providing transport. Commonly, carers are responsible for the management of medications. Carers provide emotional, social or financial support. Caring may also involve helping the person they are caring for to be organised, reminding them to attend appointments and dealing with emergencies.


In 2015 there were over 2.8 million unpaid carers in Australia providing an estimated 1.9 billion hours of unpaid care; with a total replacement value of $60.3 billion.