• COVID-19 Update: We are still open

    Following the Victorian Government's announcement of stage 4 lock down Monday 3rd August, there are no changes to the existing restrictions already in place for IVF and elective surgeries. We are still here for you.

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  • Before Baby

    If you're thinking about starting a family in 2021, sign up for our free 4 week pre-pregnancy guide to learn about fertility, food, fitness, and mindfulness. There's even finance tips.

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  • Online and phone consultations available

    Our team is here for you with online consultations with fertility specialists, nurses and counsellors.

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  • Ivy artificial intelligence is here

    Ivy AI, pioneered by Virtus Health, helps to select the best embryo to help you get pregnant.

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  • Fellas, Get A Grip

    We're in the middle of a national sperm drought, and need your help!

    Become a sperm donor today

We offer a range of fertility treatments to help you conceive and it doesn't always mean IVF.

Melbourne IVF provides a range of services at fertility clinics in and around Melbourne.

At Melbourne IVF, we have Australia's leading minds in fertility.

Find out more about the costs of fertility treatment.


Here are all the common fertility and pregnancy FAQs on COVID-19. 

Get Me Pregnant podcast with Melbourne IVF

If you're starting out and trying to navigate fertility treatment, listen to Get Me Pregnant!, our brand new podcast created in partnership with with Mamamia.


Research is a key focus for Melbourne IVF and integral to improving patient care and IVF success rates.

Hetero couple holding their baby

Melbourne IVF holds regular free information sessions for individuals and couples interested in learning more about IVF and other fertility treatments.

Misunderstandings of Miscarriage film

Virtus Health is the proud partner of a moving, new film available on Stan, focused on opening up conversations around miscarriage. 

Mens corner

Conceiving a healthy baby depends on a number of factors, including healthy sperm. In fact, male infertility is the second biggest issue after a woman’s age so it’s important to understand how the male reproductive system works.