Dietitians Australia is the leading voice in nutrition and dietetics in Australia.
Our mission is to champion the professional nutrition and dietetic workforce to empower people and communities.
We help build healthier communities by communicating credible and timely nutrition messages to the public. Through advocacy, we campaign for healthy food systems that are accessible for Australians. We also work to foster world-class research to support evidence-based practice.
As Australia's peak body for dietitians, we provide support to more than 8000 members and raise awareness about the importance of nutrition in public health.
Reconciliation is an integral part of our organisation. Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) formalises our commitment to reconciliation and cultural understanding among our members.
We're led by a qualified board of directors, senior management team and Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
All of our staff are passionate about improving health outcomes for Australians and advancing the field of dietetics.
Our membership is made up of 8000 dietetic professionals. Each year we recognise their achievements and support professional development through grants and scholarships.
Our senior management team support our board, staff and members. They work together to advocate for diet and nutrition issues affecting Australians. Learn more about our team.
Our Board is responsible for governing Dietitians Australia. Meet each of our Board Directors.
We celebrate our members and their contributions to the dietetics profession and Dietitians Australia.
Our governance structures run independently from our Board.
This includes the Dietitian and Nutritionist Regulatory Council (DNRC) who are responsible for the upholding the standards of the APD credential, and also the standards set by the National Alliance of Self Regulating Health Professionals.
It also includes the Australian Dietetics Council (ADC) which provides independent advice on accreditation and regulation to our Board.
The Dietitian and Nutritionist Regulatory Council (DNRC) is the governance structure responsible for overseeing the profession's regulatory functions.
The Australian Dietetics Council (ADC) is the governance structure for our accreditation and recognition services and has been operating since 1 July 2009.
Our corporate and member policies. Download and view our current corporate documents.
Our strategic plan provides the framework for our operational planning to ensure Dietitians Australia delivers the best value for our members.
Our annual report provides an overview of our financial and non-financial performance and key achievements.
Our media releases support our commitment to sharing evidence-based messages to help Australians lead healthier lives.
Our spokespeople can provide nutrition advice on a range of topics to the media.
Read our media releases to catch up on the latest news from Dietitians Australia.
Each of our spokespeople has a passion for dietetics and experience working with the media. All our spokespeople are Accredited Practicing Dietitians (APDs).
Partners and advertising
We've established affiliations and partnerships with organisations that support our mission to build healthier communities through nutrition.
We also offer advertising opportunities for organisations to reach our community of dietitians.
Through affiliations and partnerships we can strengthen our influence in building healthier communities through nutrition.
We offer several advertising opportunities for organisations wishing to reach those working in dietetics and nutrition.
Get in touch
Our national office is located in Canberra. Contact us to speak with one of our friendly staff.
We regularly share news and updates on our social media channels. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn.
Contact our national office