Central New Farm Veterinary Surgery

At the Central New Farm Veterinary Surgery we all love animals and will treat your pets as if they were our own. 


Opening Hours

Monday – Friday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Saturday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Sunday : CLOSED


Central New Farm Veterinary Surgery has 2 sister clinics at Cleveland & Nundah Village. 

We share not only same values & passion but also information & knowledge to provide a better & convenient service. 
Our 3 Clinics are on the same computer network, all communicating with each other.

Nundah Village Veterinary Clinic Opening hours:

Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Sunday:   Closed

Phone:   07 3266 2000
Cnr 1515 Sandgate Road, Nundah Village QLD 4012


Cleveland Veterinary Clinic Opening hours:

Monday - Friday: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sunday:   9:30 am - 11:30 am

Phone:   07 3286 1800
195 Middle Street, Cleveland QLD 4163


Dr Seungho Kim - Veterinarian and Partner


I came to Australia in 2000 to follow my dream. I have been working at Central New Farm Vet Surgery since I graduated from the University of Queensland Vet School in 2008. I love working here as all animals are highly valued and recieve a high standard of care in our surgery. They are happy to come and see us. We also treat families with respect and work together to find the best health care solution for their pets. All staff members are highly approachable and willing to discuss any subject. I love all kinds of animals of course, but big cats in particular. I alway like to learn to be a better person and learn a lot through interaction with animals and their behaviour. I value humour, decency and hard work. I love to do water sports and painting when I am free but I always put my family and animals first.










Megan - Veterinary Nurse and Nurse Team Leader


Hi I'm Megan and I have been working with Central New Farm Veterinary Surgery since I finished high school. They have provided guidance through my vet nursing studies, and I have been working as a qualified nurse since I graduated with my Certificate I Veterinary Nursing. I have no pets at home so every day I come to work I feel honoured to care for our clients pets; where I can treat them as if they are my own pets.








Maddy - Veterinary Nurse

I recently completed my veterinary nursing studies and am very excited to keep learning more and growing as a vet nurse. I have had a love for animals since I was a little girl and have been fortunate enough to have had many pets in my life to take care of. I currently have two rescue guinea pigs and enjoy their unique personalities. I love being able to work with animals and share my passion for them with others.













Dr Sue Robertson - Veterinarian

I've enjoyed working at the clinic for the last 13 years, looking after the cats and dogs of New Farm. When not working, I can be found Morris dancing, on the yoga mat, or tending my vegetable garden. I have one cat at home (Andrew), a patient soul who doesn't object to wearing his pineapple costume for special occasions.














Tahnee - Practice Manager and Veterinary Nurse

I first started working with the clinics in 2009 as Veterinary Nurse. I relocated away from Brisbane for a couple of years, and when I returned to Brisbane in 2014 I came on board in the role of Practice Manager. I love being able to work surrounded by a team who is so passionate about patient care.

An 8 month old girl, and a 10 year old border collie (my first baby!!) keep me entertained outside of work. As a family, we enjoy nothing more than a weekend away camping, feet in the sand and getting some quiet time!














Alysha - Veterinary Nurse and Social Media Coordinator

I started working as a vet nurse at Central New Farm Vets in 2014. My favourite part of my job is being able to comfort our clients pets when their owners are unable to be there themselves. At home I have a Groodle called Chewie and a Scottish Fold cat called Aylee.














Chloe- Animal Attendant

I have recently started my journey working with animals. I am currently working towards my certificate IV in Veterinary nursing. I have always loved connecting with animals from a young age, and am passionate about domestic care and wildlife conservation for animals. Outside of my studies and work, I enjoy hiking, bird watching and visiting my family on the Sunshine Coast.