The Fertility Treatment Rebate is designed to help with the costs of IVF and other Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) treatments.
Women in NSW who have received an eligible fertility treatment from 1 October 2022, will be able to submit a claim for the $2,000 rebate.
The rebate is available until 1 October 2026, or until the available funds are exhausted.
You can only apply for the rebate once.
To apply you must:
- be a woman
- be a resident of NSW
- have received fertility treatment from an accredited ART provider
- have received eligible fertility treatment(s) from 1 October 2022
- be claiming out-of-pocket costs not reimbursed by another government program or rebate, such as Medicare.
You must not have received the treatment:
at a publicly supported IVF clinic as part of the lower cost fertility treatment program
for the sole purpose of fertility preservation.
Note: Service NSW acknowledges people in the transgender community, or who are non-binary, may receive fertility treatment but may not identify as women.
What you need
- a MyServiceNSW Account
- 2 proof of identity documents
- the Fertility Treatment Rebate Declaration Form – PDF completed by the provider and yourself
- documentary proof that you're a resident of NSW, such as one of the following:
- a utility bill in your name showing your address details
- a copy of your current lease agreement
- a screenshot from the Rental Bond Database showing details of the relevant lease
- your bank account details for the electronic funds transfer.
- proof of payment of treatment(s), showing:
your full name
a description of the treatment you received
the date of your treatment
the out-of-pocket cost (of each treatment claimed)
the name of your fertility specialist
the name of your provider.
Note: You can claim the full $2,000 rebate with evidence of out-of-pocket costs that are less than $2,000.
Proof of identity
How to apply
- Check the eligibility requirements.
- Select the ‘Apply online’ button.
- Log in, or create your MyServiceNSW Account.
- Follow the prompts to apply for the rebate.
- The rebate can only be claimed for out-of-pocket costs after claims from Medicare have been made.
- If you received the Pre-IVF Fertility Testing Rebate, you can still apply for the Fertility Treatment Rebate.