CMV, or Cytomegalovirus, is a common virus that can infect people of all ages. Once CMV is in a person’s body, it stays there for life. Most healthy adults and children will have no signs or symptoms and no long-term effects from CMV. It can, however, be very dangerous to unborn babies.


At CMV Australia we understand just how difficult a diagnosis of CMV can be for your family. The early days following diagnosis can be bewildering and upsetting. As your child gets older they may face new challenges as a result of the virus. Join us today and allow us to support you on your journey.


Pregnant women are recommended to take steps to reduce their risk of exposure to CMV and so reduce the risk of their developing baby becoming infected.

Thank you to all of our corporate sponsors and everyone who supports the congenital CMV Association of Australia, particularly those who recently supported our inaugural CMV Winter Ball and the 2016 June CMV awareness month.

CMV Australia relies on your generous collaboration and our common belief that all parents should be CMV aware before pregnancy so that they can have an opportunity to help protect their babies from cytomegalovirus.

A special mention to our major corporate sponsors:

DiaSorin Australia, Hotondo Homes, Digital Flashbacks, D’vine Celebrations and Money Clip Private Wealth