Audiology Australia

Ensuring the best audiology care for all Australians


Audiology Australia is dedicated to improving and shaping hearing healthcare and and supporting people’s ability to communicate and interact in everyday settings.

As Australia’s peak professional body for audiology, we provide our over 3400+ members with professional development, ethical standards of practice and a strong, influential advocate.

We also provide a voice for hearing health, working  with our members, sector partners and health professionals to raise awareness of hearing and balance issues and better quality of life for Australians diagnosed.

The leading accrediting body setting the standards for the audiology profession, you can be confident that when you see an Audiology Australia Accredited Audiologist you are seeing one of Australia’s most trusted professionally qualified audiologists.

Our Range of Consumer Services


Discover what an Audiologist does and which clients can benefit from their service.

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Register of Audiology Australia Accredited Audiologist

Search our current Audiology Australia Accredited Audiologists on this Register.

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University Accreditation

Audiology Australia is the organisation that is responsible for accrediting Audiology Masters programs in Australia.

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Standards & Framework

Audiologist Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct sets the fundamental standards of behaviour…

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Making a complaint

Trust is important. If you wish to make a complaint, view our complaint options and processes here.

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Self-Fitting Hearing Devices

Audiology Australia has developed a free guide that explains some of the challenges associated with self-fitting hearing devices.

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AudA  Ensures Australians Can Access Outstanding Audiology Care 

As the professional community for Audiologists, we set the highest standards so when you visit an Audiology Australia Accredited Audiologist you can be confident your clinician:

Is highly qualified with at least the equivalent of an Australian university Masters-level degree in Audiology

Has developed real-world experience in the clinic through our rigorous clinical internship program

Works to the highest ethical standards and has agreed to abide by AudA’s Code of Conduct

Is skilled at the cutting-edge of their profession and undertakes regular continuing professional development to maintain their knowledge and skills

Looking back: Advancing Audiology to Support Hearing for Life

Our 2018-23 impact report demonstrates how we help our members deliver the highest standards of contemporary hearing healthcare, with benefits for consumers including:

– Successfully advocated for changes to the Medicare Benefits Schedule Audiology items to make audiology services under the schedule more accessible and affordable.
– Working with stakeholders such as the World Health Organisation and Soundfair to promote safe listening and priority hearing health areas.

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Talk to a member of our team on +61 3 9940 3900, or click below, to use the contact form.