From 1 July 2010 podiatrists and podiatric surgeons must be registered with the Podiatry Board of Australia and meet the Board’s registration standards to practise in Australia.
The Board keeps an up-to-date public register of all registered podiatrists and podiatric surgeons with general, specialist and non-practising registration.
The Board has a range of resources to provide information about registration as a podiatrist or podiatric surgeon in Australia. A document providing guidance on when it is necessary to be registered as a podiatrist, a fact sheet providing information about becoming registered, and a video for graduating students are available on our General registration page.
Please refer to the registration section of the AHPRA website for further information on the registration process.
For information about the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (National Scheme) for registered health practitioners see the AHPRA FAQ.
The list of registration fees set by the Podiatry Board of Australia.
Find downloadable registration forms, supporting documents and common application forms.
How and when to renew your registration.
Information about general registration as a podiatrist.
Information about specialist registration as a podiatric surgeon.
Information about non-practising registration.
Information about student registration.
Information for practitioners with overseas qualifications in podiatry or podiatric surgery who wish to apply for registration as a podiatrist and/or podiatric surgeon in Australia.
Endorsement of registration identifies practitioners with additional qualifications and specific expertise. The endorsement available for podiatry is scheduled medicines.
Information about endorsement for acupuncture.
Information about audit.