The following websites could provide useful information and support.

Resources for intended and recipient parents.

Your IVF Success website. This is an independent government-funded website that provides success rate (and other) information about Australian fertility clinics.

The Egg Donation Australia website, which offers education and support to both intended parents and donors at all stages of their donor egg journey.

The Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority (VARTA) website, which provides information and resources aimed at assisting people with all areas of ART. The site includes access to the Time to Tell video series, a resource for helping you talk to your donor-conceived children about how you became a family.

The Size Inclusive Health Australia website, a non-profit association providing information about specialists in Australia practising size inclusive care, including the Health at Every Size® (HAES®) approach. Find an HAES® practitioner in your area.

Resources for LGBTQIA+ individuals and families

The Rainbow Families website, a charity that supports, celebrates, empowers and advocates for same-sex or LGBTQIA+ parented families and the children of those families at every stage of their lives.

Resources for donor-conceived children and adults

The Donor Conceived Australia website provides support for donor-conceived people, as well as education regarding donor conception (for both current and prospective parents, donors and the wider community). Donor Conceived Australia also advocates for nationally consistent legislation to deal with donor-conception. Find Australian legislation here.

The We Are Donor Conceived website, a (USA-based) resource centre for donor-conceived people around the globe and a place where donor conceived people can share their stories to inspire greater understanding about the unique challenges they experience.

The Donor Conceived Community website, a community comprised of peer support groups for people attempting to navigate their way through donor conception.

The Donor Conception Network website, a (UK-based) charity offering information, support and workshops for parents and donor-conceived people.

The Donor Conceived Aotearoa website, an advocacy group (based in New Zealand), aimed at enabling parents, donors, the community, government and the fertility industry to understand the needs and experiences of donor-conceived people, both in Aotearoa (New Zealand) and around the world.

The DNAngels website, a non-profit ‘search angel’ organisation dedicated to assisting individuals seeking to identify their biological parent(s) using DNA interpretation, mapping, and extensive research.

Resources for counselling

To find counsellors who are members of the Australian and New Zealand Infertility Counsellors Association (ANZICA), go to the Professional Groups page of the Fertility Society of Australia and New Zealand website.

Select ‘Private Practice Counsellors’ from the Quick Overview menu on that page.