Dr. Sara Renwick-Lau is an experienced rural GP who has been providing comprehensive health care to remote communities for over a decade. Sara studied at the University of Melbourne and started her career as a doctor working at the Royal Darwin Hospital. She obtained her General Practice, specialist training while working in remote communities of the Northern Territory. She was able to purse her passion for patient-centered, cradle-to-grave medical care, provide medical education for junior doctors working in General Practice in the bush, as well as helping with the recruitment of doctors to remote NT communities.

With her husband and young family, Sara made the move to Victoria in 2007 and was immediately drawn to the pristine beauty and vibrant community of Mallacoota.

She joined the Mallacoota Medical Centre in 2008 where she enjoys the rewarding work of pursuing the prevention of disease as well as having the scope to practice the full breadth of her medical skills. She enjoys leading the Mallacoota Medical Centre team who is enthusiastic and motivated and provides a supportive environment, where patient care is foremost.

Sara’s other pursuits include family oriented activities that help provide the best opportunities for her children and others in the community. Soccer, surfing, diving, pony club, camping, enjoying the bush, visiting friends and enjoying holidays to the big smoke.

Dr. Sara Renwick-Lau is looking forward to being able to spend many more years enjoying her family and her life in the community, as well as being able to continue her important work in Mallacoota.


One of the original owners of the practice, Dr Jenny has now semi-retired from GP work in Mallacoota, however continues to provide the community with her special interest service of skin cancer treatment clinics twice a month as well as a provide locum GP services over the summer holidays.



Dr Mubashar Sherazi joined the Mallacoota Medical Centre in May 2018 as a GP Registrar under Rural Vocational Training Scheme (RVTS). He is a compassionate and experienced physician with a spectrum of clinical experience. He completed his medical degree in Pakistan which was followed by postgraduate training in family medicine and general surgery. He practiced in Pakistan as a general practitioner with special interest in general practice procedures and emergency medicine.

Dr Sherazi moved to Canada and became a Licentiate of Medical Council of Canada (LMCC). He gained valuable clinical experience in the field of General Surgery. He qualified and became member of Royal College of General Practitioner UK (MRCGP INT). He expanded his clinical skills by completing training and Certificate in Australian College of Emergency Medicine (Cert ACEM) in 2018.

As a general practitioner, Dr Sherazi has a passion about maintaining health and preventing disease. He admires the opportunity of managing the diversity of disease manifestations. He likes to provide continuity of care, providing services to grandparents, parents and children all coming from same family. Whether it is a patient facing progressive decline with aging, a woman choosing to have a child or a young adolescent concerned about primary disease prevention, he takes pride in providing care to all. He is always eager to participate in patient education, improving their knowledge regarding common diseases.

Dr Sherazi moved to the beautiful town of Mallacoota for work-life balance and professional rewards of working and getting further GP training in a rural and remote community. He enjoys participating in community activities. He goes out for bike rides, bush walking, photography and enjoys playing badminton.