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National Allergy Council 

Who we are

The National Allergy Council is a partnership between the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) and Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia (A&AA).

Through our important projects we deliver a wide range of educational resources and training programs to help improve the lives of five million Australians living with allergy. 

We advocate for improving access to quality allergy care and improved management of allergies, particularly severe allergies across all sectors of the community.

Latest News

  • New Food Allergy Aware website

    11 June 2024:  The Food Allergy Aware website has been updated with a fresh new look and feel and now incorporates all the information from our Food Allergy Education website. The Food Allergy Aware website is a hub for information and resources by the...
  • New eczema videos
    11 June 2024:  As part of the Nip allergies in the Bub Food Allergy Prevention project, The National Allergy Council has developed a series of videos to help parents and caregivers manage eczema in babies. The four new videos explain: How to use...
  • It's Food Allergy Week!
    26 May 2024:  Each year Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia hosts Food Allergy Week to raise awareness about food allergies. This year’s theme is ‘When eating out: Always ask, Always tell’ which is a reminder to people working in food service to always ask...
  • Allergy 250K school-aged teens Sydney camp
    17 April 2024:  Our recent camp held in March in Sydney was our biggest camp so far, with 36 school-aged teens attending along with 10 Allergy 250K peer mentors. We managed 66 different food allergies over the weekend with a limited onsite kitchen...

About the
National Allergy Strategy

The National Allergy Council continues to implement the National Allergy Strategy.

Implementing the National Allergy Strategy will help to improve the health and quality of life of Australians with allergic diseases, and minimise the burden of allergic diseases on individuals, their carers, healthcare services and the community.