AEDs don't save lives – people with AEDs do

You may have been redirected from the Service NSW AED registry to the NSW Ambulance GoodSAM AED registry. NSW Ambulance now holds the NSW AED registry that is connected to the Triple Zero (000) call taking system in this state.

Together with chest compressions, a publicly available defibrillator (also called an Automated External Defibrillator, or AED) can help save a life. These defibrillators are simple, safe and designed to be used by anyone without prior training.

By mapping all publicly available defibrillators in our registry, we can help a GoodSAM responder to see if a  defibrillator is located near to a person experiencing cardiac arrest and use it to improve that person’s chance of survival.

If you own a defibrillator or have seen one that is not already shown on the GoodSAM map, please register it using the link below.

You can also register an AED you’ve seen within the GoodSAM app – just tap the flame icon on the map.

NSW Ambulance GoodSAM in-app screenshot of how to register an AED

If you or your organisation have several defibrillators that you would like to make publicly available, please get in touch with our team at and we can help you.

Watch how to register an AED

Every minute counts – register an AED

To find out more about volunteering as a GoodSAM responder, click here.