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What is health translations?

Health Translations enables health practitioners and those working with culturally and linguistically diverse communities to easily find translated health information.

The Health Translations Directory provides direct links to reliable translated health resources produced in Australia.

We do not host or upload resources, but provide a link to resources hosted on third-party website. Organisations are responsible for registering their own multilingual resource on the Health Translations Directory.

Reliable information

Reliable information

Our resources are regularly reviewed to ensure quality and accuracy. Look for the green Audited multilingual resource which indicates a resource has been reviewed within the last 3 years


13,962 multilingual resources and counting

New resources are regularly being added. If you have health information translated into languages other than English, we would like to hear from you.


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Information can be found in a variety of ways. Search on topics, languages, or organisations.


Great for health practitioners

Health practitioners and organisations who work with culturally and linguistically diverse communities can use our site to find reliable translated health information, including a unique tool to help identify what language your client speaks.

The Health Translations Directory is always improving

The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health has been contracted to manage and improve Health Translations. We are regularly reviewing our collection and improving your experience of the directory. We rely on your contributions. If you are aware of a multilingual health resource, produced in Australia, please register it here or let us know.

Our content partners

Positive Partnership

Like all school-aged children, those on the autism spectrum benefit from strong and productive relationships between home and school. Positive Partnerships is a federally funded program developed to support these relationships by producing evidence based materials and practical resources, and delivers them nationally through parent/carer workshops, professional learning workshops and webinars.

Royal Children’s Hospital

The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) is a leading provider of specialist public health services for infants, children and adolescents and is the major specialist paediatric hospital in Victoria, caring for children from across Australia and overseas. The RCH is internationally recognised as a centre of clinical excellence and is also a state-wide teaching, training and research hospital.

Heart Foundation

The The Heart Foundation is a charity dedicated to fighting the single biggest killer of Australians – heart disease. For over 50 years, we’ve led the battle to save lives and improve the heart health of all Australians. Our sights are set on a world where people don’t suffer or die prematurely because of heart disease.

National Asthma Council Australia

The National Asthma Council Australia is the national authority for asthma knowledge, setting the standard for asthma care. We are a not-for-profit charity based in Melbourne with national reach. Our small staff works with a national network of leading health professionals dedicated to asthma and related conditions.

Raising Children Network

The raisingchildren.net.au offers free parenting videos, apps and articles backed by Australian experts. The website provides trusted information about children’s health, sleep, behaviour, physical activity, family relationships and raising teenagers. It also includes dedicated resources on autism spectrum disorder and disability. Raising Children Network is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.

Asthma Foundation Victoria

The Asthma Foundation of Victoria is the leading consumer authority for people with asthma and linked conditions and their family and carers, providing a range of services and programs to the Victorian community and health professionals. These include support, advice, counselling, resources, education and training to assist people to manage their asthma all year round.

Cancer Council Victoria

Cancer Council Victoria is an independent charity that has been leading the fight against cancer since 1936. We are the largest non-government provider of cancer research funds in Victoria. Cancer Council undertakes three important aspects of cancer control — research, prevention and support for people with cancer, their families and friends.

Continence Foundation

The Continence Foundation of Australia is the peak national organisation working to improve the quality of life of all Australians affected by incontinence. The National Continence Helpline (1800 33 00 66) is a free and confidential service staffed by continence nurse advisors who provide advice, resources to consumers and health professionals and information about local continence services.

Diabetes Victoria

At Diabetes Victoria we support, empower and campaign for all Victorians affected by diabetes. In order to reduce the impact of diabetes in culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities, we provide a range of multilingual, culturally appropriate programs and services.

NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service.

In 1997, the NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service was established as a result of NSW Health's plan, Health Services for a Culturally Diverse Society (1995). The plan identified the need for the development of a co-ordinated state-wide approach to provide information about health issues and health services to people who speak languages other than English.

Bolton Clarke

Bolton Clarke offers exceptional service in, at home support, retirement living + residential aged care.

Breast Cancer Network Australia

BCNA (Breast Cancer Network Australia) is the peak national organisation for Australians affected by breast cancer, and consists of a network of more than 120,000 members and 288 Member Groups. More than 90 per cent of our members have had a diagnosis of breast cancer, and the remaining members have had a personal experience with breast cancer through a family member or friend.