But more than 1400 Australians are being requested to register as donors in Qatar for transplants.
According to new figures released on Wednesday by the Organization and Tissue Authority, in 2018, in year 2018, donations were 144 more beneficial, in total 1544 were brought.
Dena's consent has increased from 59% in 2017 to 64% in the year.
There were 554 Australians in 2014 who gave organs.
After the launch of the national program in 2008, it was twice as donated.
Federal Minister Ken Watt says that clearly "substantial progress" has been made but more Australian people can do it.
In a statement on Wednesday, he said that about 1400 Australian people were waiting for transplants and about 12,000 people on kidney dialysis considered donations, negotiated with their families and made registers at the Australian Organ Donor Register.
"By increasing our consent to 70%, Australia will be ranked among the top 10 exhibition countries in the world, and now we are in the 6% of this achievement."
In Australia, people can register their intentions to donate their organs or tissues, but their families must confirm the decision after death.
Mr Wyatt said that an expert provides them support and information when four to four families say yes to a donation.
Over 275 donors serving 96 hospitals in Australia are specialist nurses, doctors and support staff.