Voluntary Assisted Dying NSW

The NSW Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2021, introduced by independent MP Alex Greenwich, is currently before NSW Parliament. 

In November 2021, the bill passed the Lower House by 52 votes to 32. Now, it must also pass the Upper House chamber to become law in NSW.

In February 2022, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Law and Justice released their report on the provisions of the bill, recommending the Legislative Council (Upper House) consider the bill. Thank you to all of you who took the time to send your own submissions and speak at the hearings. You can read more about the inquiry here and read the Committee's final report here.

For a Flow Chart Table of the Proposed VAD Process, click here.

To download our new Guide to the Debate in NSW, click here.

Victoria, WA, Tasmania, SA and Queensland have already passed compassionate voluntary assisted dying laws.
NSW cannot be left behind.

Will you help us get this law over the line in NSW?


We need your voice - Sign the NSW VAD petition.

Urgent Action Needed
Petition now closed


Bertie and Darcie, whose father Lawrie made the unimaginable decision to take his own life in 2016 after many years living with MS, have launched a petition to NSW Parliament. If you live in NSW, please add your name to their petition urging the Upper House to pass the VAD Bill without delay - and ask your friends and family to sign too.


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Take action


Contact Your MP
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Join the NSW VAD Alliance
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Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions

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GGA Resources

For more content including documentaries, publications and resources on end-of-life in Australia, head to our resources page.



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