In 1974 Austria removed all criminal penalties for abortions in the first three months of pregancy. While most people interpret this action as making abortion legal, some public authorities argue that the change merely removed any penalty for conduct that remains illegal (or at least publiclly disfavored). The change was challenged on the basis that it violated the Austrian Constitution and Article 2 of the European Convention. The Austrian Supreme Court rejected the challenge in Decision of the Constitutional Court of 11 October 1974, 39 Erkentnisse und Beschluesse des
Verfassungsgerichthofes (1974), summarized in ANNUAL REVIEW OF POPULATION LAW, Vol. I, 49 (1974), and abortion was deciminalized during the first trimester of pregancy. A 2007 brief by the Center for Reproductive Rights contesting the existance of an international right to life and relying in part on the Austrian decision can be found here.
Whatever the proper interpretation of the 1975 change, abortions can be obtained throughout Austria, although there is some geographic difference in availability. Many public hospitals provide abortion in the Eastern half of the country, but only a few private practiitioners in the West. A brief UN report on reproductive issues can be found here. Yahoo news is reporting that some public officals are pressing to tie federal money for hospital care to making abortions more widely available. The news story can be found here.