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Advertising hub

The advertising hub brings together news and information about the regulation of therapeutic goods advertising. It contains tools for both consumers and advertisers, including fact sheets, e-learning modules and forms for reporting unlawful advertising and for submitting enquiries.

Advertising basics, general information and enquiries

I'm looking for general information about advertising therapeutic goods in Australia, consumer resources or to make an enquiry.

Advertising Code and guidance

I am an advertiser and I want to make sure my ad is compliant. I'd like more information on the Advertising Code, as well as guidance so I can do the right thing. I'd like to submit an application to use a restricted representation.

Complaints and outcomes

I saw an ad that I think breaks the rules and I want to make a complaint. I'd also like to know how complaints are handled and in what timeframes, or see the outcome of a complaint.

Sanctions and penalties

I want to know what consequences or penalties advertisers face if the rules are broken.

Education, training and events

I want some training to help me understand everything about advertising therapeutic goods in Australia, including the therapeutic goods advertising legislation.

Regulatory decisions and announcements

I want to know about notices relating to advertisements or to find out what actions have been taken against non-compliant advertising.

Stakeholder engagement and reforms

I want to know how the TGA keeps its stakeholders and the public up to date about changes to advertising. I want to find out about the Therapeutic Goods Advertising Consultative Committee.

Contact us

To make a general enquiry about therapeutic goods advertising, you can:

Or to lodge a complaint about an advertisement you can:

If you require support to complete either of these forms, please call 02 6232 8757.

You can also subscribe to receive TGA Advertising email notifications about new or updated information on the advertising of therapeutic goods in Australia.