The nationwide service which matches egg donors with infertile women is now lobbying for legislative change and says the nation is in urgent need of uniform laws.
Aussie Egg Donors helps donors, recipients and surrogates to navigate
They have no age requirements but have a number of older members and a membership of more than 200.
"My first recipient was 51 when her baby was born," Aussie Egg Donor's co-director Rachel Kunde, 25, said.
"Most clinics have a cut off of 50 at time of treatment. There are pretty much no discriminations on our site. We allow all ages."
NSW is one of the few states where surrogacy is permitted and Aussie Egg Donors are now lobbying for universal laws across the country to make surrogacy legal.
Ms Kunde said varying laws between states had boosted membership in recent years with an increasing number of couples turning to the site for information and support.
Aussie Egg Donors' directors include a women based in Melbourne and another surrogate mother in