Australian Government Department of Health
Put on a broad-brimmed hat that shades your face and neckWear sun protective clothing that covers as much of your body as possibleSeek shadeWear wrap-around sunglassesApply SPF30+ broad spectrum water resistant sunscreen every two hours
PROTECT YOURSELF IN FIVE WAYS FROM SKIN CANCER

Campaign materials

Campaign materials, including television, print and radio ads used for each phase of the National Skin Cancer Awareness Campaign.

All the resources are available to download.

Summer 2009-10 campaign

Television commercial

30 second television commercial

Print advertisement

Don't let your time in the sun catch up with you (1)

Radio commercial

Stapler

Summer 2008-09 campaign

Television commercials

30 second television commercial
15 second television commercial - Tanya
15 second television commercial - 400,000 Australians

Print advertisements

Don't let your time in the sun catch up with you (1)
Don't let your time in the sun catch up with you (2)
There is a lot more to treating skin cancer than removing a mole

Radio commercials

Stapler
MCG

Summer 2007-08 campaign

Television commercial

30 second television commercial

Print advertisements

Don't let your time in the sun catch up with you (1)
Don't let your time in the sun catch up with you (2)
There is a lot more to treating skin cancer than removing a mole

Radio commercials

MCG
Stapler

Summer 2006-07 campaign

Television commercial

30 second television commercial

Print advertisements

If this offends you, cover your eyes, back, chest, legs and arms
Not everyone with melanoma dies, some just go through hell
There is a lot more to treating skin cancer than removing a mole

Radio commercials

World champs
MCG

Community service announcement

An important message on sun protection from Home and Away