• Gonorrhoea is most commonly diagnosed in men who have sex with menyoung (heterosexual) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in remote and very remote areas, and travellers returning from high prevalence areas overseas.
  • Increasing prevalence in general population, especially in women of reproductive age.
  • Previous infection does not provide immunity to new infection.
  • Reduced susceptibility to first-line treatment is emerging in urban Australia and is being monitored closely.