- New South Wales – Child Death Review Team, NSW Ombudsman’s Office
- Queensland - Queensland Child Death Case Review Committee, Commissioner for Children and Young People and Child Guardian
- South Australia – Child Death and Serious Injury Review Committee, Government of South
- Northern Territory – Northern Territory Child Deaths Review and Prevention Committee, the Children’s Commissioner, Northern Territory
- Western Australia - Child Death Reviews, WA Ombudsman
- Victoria - Commission for Children and Young People
- Victoria - Consultative Council on Obstetric and Paediatric Mortality and Morbidity
- Tasmania - Child Death Review Committee, Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services
- Tasmania - Council of Obstetric & Paediatric Mortality & Morbidity
- New Zealand - Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee
The ACT works with a number of child death review groups which have been established across the states and territories of Australia and to New Zealand to review the population characteristics of children who die. Each state and territory in Australia with the exception of Western Australia keep a register of child deaths. A register of child deaths is kept nationally by New Zealand.
The member jurisdictions of ANZCDR&PG have varying governance. Read here for further information.
Collectively the member jurisdictions are known as the Australian and New Zealand Child Death Review and Prevention Group (ANZCDR&PG), a collaboration which has met annually since 2005. The role of the ANZCDR&PG is to identify, address and potentially decrease the numbers of infant, child and youth deaths by sharing information on issues in the quantitative review and reporting of child deaths, and to work collaboratively towards national and international reporting. The ACT