Surrogacy in Australia is altruistic, and there are no matching agencies such as there are overseas.
Anna McKie is the Surrogate/IP Support Manager at Surrogacy Australia, helping to launch the Support Service (SASS) which is now up and running. This episode provides an overview of the SASS, what’s involved and outlining the benefits for surrogates and intended parents.
I do not endorse any particular service or option. You should undertake your own due diligence when researching the options before choosing a particular pathway. You should also seek legal advice.
Anna is also a surrogate, and is preparing to carry for a couple in South Australia. You can hear more about her story in Episode 30.
You can read more about How to Find A Surrogate in Australia, and the steps you need to go through when pursuing surrogacy.
If you are a woman considering becoming a surrogate, you can find out more about the requirements in this post.
The Surrogacy Handbook
Australia Surrogacy Community on Facebook
If you are interested in reading more about surrogacy in Australia, you can listen to more of the Podcast. You can also read more stories from Australian surrogates in Amazing Surrogacy.
If you are new to surrogacy, you can read about how to find a surrogate, or how to become a surrogate yourself. You can also download the free Surrogacy Handbook which explains the processes and options.
Looking for a surrogate and not sure where to start? We Need a Surrogate – What’s Next? And if you have a surrogate or intended parents, you can get started on the surrogacy process.
You can read a broad overview for surrogacy in Australia and how it works.
You can also book in for a consult with me below, and check out the legal services I provide.
If you would like to book in for a consult with me, you can do so at the link at the bottom of the page. Remember – if you are a woman considering becoming a surrogate, you can access a FREE initial consult to help you decide if surrogacy is right for you.