But more people are instructed to register as a donor, with 1400 foreigners still waiting for transplants.
There were 144 more beneficiaries of donations in 2018 than the year before, making it total until 1544, new new data from the Organ and Tissue Authorities was discovered on Wednesday.
That's when addressing donor a year with 64 percent, in 2017 of 59 percent.
There were 554 Australians who gave organs in 2018.
This was more than a doubling of donors since the national program began in 2008.
Ken Wyatt, a journalist, says clearly "important progress" has been, but there are more Australia can do.
"About 1400 Australians are now waiting for a transplant, and about 12,000 people are on kidney dialysis, it is important that everyone thinks about donation, tells their families and registers about the Australian Organ Donor Register," he said in a statement on Wednesday.
"Increasing our concentration to 70 percent would be Australia in the top 10 executing countries and we are now within 6 percent of achieving this goal."
In Australia, people can register their intention to donate their organs or tissue, but their families have to decide to kill them.
Mr Wyatt said three in four families say yes to a specialist if a specialist advises with information and information.
There are now more than 275 specialist specialists, doctors and support staff catering up to 96 hospitals through Australia.
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