SA's IVF Leader Since 1982

Fertility Treatment Costs

Flinders Fertility operates an open and transparent fee structure, and we provide all patients with an individualised quotation prior to commencing treatment.

The out-of-pocket fees below are a guideline for patients who are eligible to receive Medicare rebates, and who have exceeded the Medicare Safety Net threshold during the calendar year. For more information on the cost for fertility treatment, see our Frequently Asked Questions at the bottom of this page.

Fees are effective 1 July 2022 and subject to change.

Treatment Estimated Out of Pocket Costs
Consultations and Scans
Initial Free Consultation NIL
Subsequent Consultation $160
Scans $191
Fertility Assessment
AMH Test / Clinpath $95
Semen Analysis / Pathology SA NIL
IVF - 1st Cycle $2,615
IVF - 2nd Cycle (same calendar year as 1st Cycle) $2,050
IVF - 3rd & 4th Cycle (same calendar year as 1st Cycle) $1,550
Cancelled Cycle $940-$1440
ICSI - 1st Cycle $3,150
ICSI - 2nd Cycle (same calendar year as 1st Cycle) $2,585
ICSI - 3rd & 4th Cycle (same calendar year as 1st Cycle) $1,985
Cancelled Cycle $940-$1440
Frozen Cycle
Frozen Cycle $1,535
Cancelled Frozen Cycle $138
Ovulation Induction (OI)
OI with Clomid $550
Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI)
IUI with Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) $1,685
Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT)
PGT-A Testing per Embryo $476
PGT-A Biopsy Fee per Treatment Cycle $400
Donor Sperm
Donor Sperm Clinic/Overseas Recruited Registration Fee $750
Donor Sperm Clinic Recruited - Sufficient for 4 ICSI cycles, 2 IVF cycles or 2 IUI cycles (includes 12 months free storage) $2,500
Donor Sperm Overseas Recruited - Sufficient for 3 ICSI cycles, 3 IVF cycles or 3 IUI cycles (includes transport of donor sperm) $3,070 (US dollars)
Donor Sperm Client Recruited (includes cryofreeze & 6 months' storage) $2,050
Storage fee for donor sperm $500 per annum
Storage Fees
Egg and Embryo Storage $500 per annum
Semen Storage $500 per annum

Frequently Asked Questions

Patients should register for the Medicare Safety Net as soon as possible and contact Medicare on 132 011 or visit to find out more about how out-of-pocket costs for fertility treatment are determined.

Flinders Fertility is motivated by a commitment to helping patients achieve a successful pregnancy in the shortest time possible. While we run a business, we don’t need to worry about our share price on the stock exchange and we don’t have large profit targets to meet, so our focus is on providing great IVF results and affordable care.

We show our fees in the same way that other clinics do, which is after the estimated Medicare and Safety Net rebates. This is to make it easier for you to compare fees for fertility treatment before you start. When comparing costs for fertility treatment, please bear in mind that some clinics may not reveal all costs associated with treatment, and hidden costs may arise.

All patients need to have a referral from a GP or specialist to enable them to access fertility treatment. For consultations, if you (and, if applicable) your partner do not have a referral, you will need to pay the full consultation fee.

If you are a couple, both partners need to be tested (and possibly treated) for infertility. It is a joint endeavour, even if only one partner is infertile.

Patients with Private Health Insurance should contact their health fund to ascertain whether their policy covers day surgery admission fees and anaesthetic costs for IVF treatment, and whether any exclusion periods apply. Private Health cover does not generally cover consultations or treatment fees for IVF, but you may be entitled to a rebate on some medications – you will need to check this with your fund directly.

Patients are only able to access Medicare rebates if there is an underlying medical condition leading to their infertility. This means that unfortunately, the majority of single and same-sex couples are not eligible for Medicare-funded treatment.

There is no Medicare item number associated with donor sperm or storage fees, so these are always out-of-pocket costs.

If you don't have a Medicare card, you will need to pay full fees for your consults and any fertility treatment. Please contact us for a price list of non-Medicare rebated fertility treatments.

We can accept payment by debit card, credit card, or direct transfer to our bank account, details below:

BSB: 085 458
Account: 92 875 4301

Recognising that fertility treatments are not cheap, we offer ZipPay and Supercare.

For security reasons, we are unable to accept cash payments.

We offer gap payment for IVF/ICSI cycles, reducing the amount of upfront payment you need to make; however, as it takes approximately 6-8 weeks to receive your Medicare Safety Net Rebate afterwards, we suggest that you pay the full fee if you are able to do so. That way you will receive all of your Medicare Rebates and Safety Net Rebates in your bank account 2-7 days after egg collection.

  • Cancer patients - we offer bulk-billed treatment and free storage.
  • Health Care Card Holders (concession cards) - we are the only clinic in South Australia to offer discounted fees for concessional card holders – see price list for Concession Card holders.
  • We also offer reduced fees for patients who have more than two IVF cycles within a calendar year (shown in the fee table above).

Other than for cancer patients, we do not offer bulk-billed treatment.

In some circumstances, the ATO will allow patients to withdraw funds to pay for an IVF cycle from their superannuation fund; however, this is not a straightforward process and it depends on having a diagnosis such as acute or chronic pain or mental illness. We have recently been advised that the ATO now require a medical report from a psychiatrist in support of applications for patients seeking early release of superannuation on the grounds of mental illness.

Flinders Fertility continues to support patients with a diagnosis of mental illness by providing a letter of support from their fertility doctor to confirm their infertility diagnosis, and a quotation to show the cost of treatment. However, our understanding is that the application form will need to be signed by your usual GP or medical practitioner and a psychiatrist.

For more information see:

You may also wish to apply using Supercare

This information was updated in August 2020

If your IVF treatment involves admission to Day Surgery, you will need to pay day surgery admission fees and anaesthetic fees. These are subject to change but will be included in your quote.

Our doctors have decided not to offer the “green whistle” egg collection for clinical reasons.

Want to find out more?

For more information regarding our treatment fees, please contact our Finance Team on (08) 8155 5333 or by email to: