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Sperm Banks Australia

How do I Find a Donor in an Australian Sperm Bank?

Sperm Banks in Australia are actively recruiting sperm donors. If you feel that you could become a sperm donor and help give someone the gift of life then once you have found a match on Co-ParentMatch.com go with your sperm recipient and register with a sperm bank for a known donor program. Sperm donors in Australia are in short supply and in high demand so please help by registering now.

Take me to:

Fertility East Sperm Bank, Syndey

Fertility East is an independent fertility clinic located in Sydney.

They offer fertility treatments using donor sperm including IUI and IVF. You can use your own donor sperm or have sperm shipped from another sperm bank.

It is legal to use donor sperm in New South Wales. There currently is a shortage of donor sperm in and many sperm banks are in desperate need of local sperm donors. Fertility East recruits new sperm donors so if you would like to become a sperm donor in Australia then register with this clinic. Ask about their known donor programs if you wish to donate to someone you have found on Co-ParentMatch.com

Legal Information about donor sperm in New South Wales:

When a child born from sperm donation reaches 18 years of age, the child, if desired, can be given contact details for the sperm donor as a donor register is kept.

Under section 14 of the NSW Status of Children Act 1996, a sperm donor is presumed not to be the legal father of any child born as a result of assisted reproduction using donor semen. This means that the donor will generally not be liable under the laws governing child support, inheritance and related issues.

Fertility East Services

  • Sperm Donors
  • Comprehensive Semen analysis
  • Trial sperm preparations
  • Options for sperm freezing in order to preserve fertility


Fertility Treatment Options

  • Ovulation monitoring
  • Intrauterine insemination of donor sperm
  • Ovulation Induction and Intrauterine Insemination of Donor Sperm
  • IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation)
  • ICSI (Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection)
  • Frozen embryo storage (cryopreservation)
  • Frozen sperm storage
  • Embryo transfer


  • Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI) $1,7490.80
  • In-vitro Fertilisation (IVF) $6,879.40
  • Known Sperm Donor $375
  • Sperm Storage $300 annually



Online introductory services for sperm donors such as Co-parentMatch.com can help you if you are searching for donor sperm in Australia. Sperm banks throughout Australia will enable you to browse the profiles of sperm donors and some let you view pictures.

You can purchase sperm instantly from a sperm bank and ship it to a local fertility clinic.Always check out the shipping costs before you make your purchase.

All the sperm banks above have active sperm donation programs so if you are a young man thinking about donating then why not contact a sperm bank near you

Sperm donors always take part in a screening process and must declare their personal and family health histories going back several generations.

After a sperm donor donates at a clinic the semen is quarantined for at least six months to ensure the donor is not infected with HIV or other diseases.

Unlike a sperm bank, Co-ParentMatch.com enables you to meet your sperm donor in person and then arrange for sperm donation through by home insemination or a sperm bank/fertility clinic. You can then arrange to have artificial insemination or IVF treatment.

Fertility East, Sydney Visit