Pregnancy, Babies & Childrens Expo Sydney 2019: A Must See Guide

This post is dedicated to a past event, please check out a list of expos on currently by clicking here


Mummy Confession: I love finding all things baby! Now with a baby niece, it gives me more reason to investigate all that is baby and mum products all over again!

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The Pregnancy, Baby Children’s Expo is hitting Sydney in just a couple weeks now! I wanted to chat about some of my top recommendations on what to check out (and maybe even purchase) for mums and mums-to-be as well as products I will be going to investigate further! In BOLD are brands I know and love and would recommend stopping by to have a chat about what they can offer! I have also put *s next to ones that look interesting (but have not tried personally). This is not an exhaustive list of everything you can find there, but things I figured that new and expectant mums would be on the lookout for.

Tickets are FREE if you register before the show, and it’s perfect for mums, mums-to-be and anyone who loves seeing all there is in baby and children’s products as well as getting some good deals (and maybe a sample or two)! They even hold classes and talks by experts if you are after advice or help in the parenting realm! (From Antenatal information on “what now?!” when you’re pregnant to breastfeeding, first aid, car seat safety and more!

Sydney Pregnancy Babies & Children’s Expo: May 17-19, 2019–Sydney Showground Exhibition Centre, Sydney Olympic Park
Friday 10am – 4pm, Saturday & Sunday 10am – 5pm

Get your free ticket here!

Not from NSW? That’s ok! They have other states where they will be holding expos this (& next) year, too!
Brisbane, QLD: 28-30 June 2019
Perth, WA: 9-11 August 2019
Melbourne, VIC: 18-20 October 2019
Adelaide, SA: 18-19 April 2020
Sydney, NSW: 9-10 November 2019
Melbourne, VIC: 22-23 February 2020

Before we get into the “what you must see”s, just know that this event is good even if you have children in tow! They have some areas where kids can explore, so check those out if you need to keep those little toddlers at bay! (Activities and Entertainment for Kids)

I will try to update the information below as it becomes available (including some of what you can find at these stands.)

*Interesting looking & Highly Recommended products:
(P)= Pregnant Mums (M&B) – Mum & Baby

*Belly Bunker- Allows pregnant mums to lay on their bellies!
*Charli Chair- Shower with your baby while the Charli Chair supports them! I’ve seen this many times and love the concept!
*Child’s Farm- Baby bath and skin products. I LOVE these products! They are beautiful smelling, organic, and eczema friendly! My sensitive skin babe and eczema/allergy babe both use it with no issues. Highly recommend trying their 2-in-1 shampoo and body wash (in a couple different smells) as well as their baby lotion
*Happiest Baby- A revolutionary new bassinet which applies the 5 s’s for baby sleep!
*JJOBI Toy steriliser Box- UV Steriliser for more than just bottles
*Milton- Steriliser products and washes for keeping things clean at home and on the go for baby
*Nail Snail Baby Nail Trimmer-A safer way to trim baby’s nails
*Pelvic Floor First- pregnancy and postpartum pelvic care and knowledge
*RedNose– have a chat with midwives and see the safe ways to sleep and wrap babies.
*Shnuggle- Smaller and more portable infant bath.
*Silly Billyz– Super snuggly hooded towels and robes (and other things to keep baby clean, snug and dry such as bibs)
*Strucket- Strainer meets bucket. Great for cloth nappy users.
*Subo Food Bottle– Innovative reusable non-squeeze food bottle to put baby food, smoothies, yoghurt and similar foods in for babies, toddlers, children and grown ups!
*Upang Toy & Bottle Sterliser- UV Sterliser for toys, bottles and even your mobile phone!

Bigger Shops with a range of baby items available:

Sometimes there are bigger stalls at the expos where you can find a range of products (not just limited to one brand or type. These stalls should have a range of different items and brands for you to shop. I haven’t included these in the categories below, as they usually have a big range of products.

Baby Bunting: Prams, car seats, nursery furniture, and a huge range of products from different brands

Chemist Warehouse: Save money when you shop at Chemist Warehouse for a range of baby items!

The Stork Nest: A range of baby products from various different brands all in one spot.

For Mums & Mums-to-Be

Breastfeeding Products & Support:
Australian Breastfeeding Association—Eonian Care—Inspired Mother—Lansinoh—Made to Milk Lactation Cookies—Maternitea—Medela—Multi Mam

Maternity Wear:
Belly Bandit—Bravado Designs (nursing bras)—Hotmilk Lingerie—Mamaway Maternity—New Beginnings Made for Maternity—ProjectMe—SRC Health

Nappy Bags:
Il Tutto—IsokiKooshy Kids—Mama Qucha—Skip Hop

For Babies

Baby Clothes & Accessories:
Attipas—Babies2 Infinity—Babydream—Baby Piper Organic—Bedhead Hats (hats)—Bellelis—Bries Booteek—Poppy&Pom—UGG—Wildwood Kids—Zookkie

BabyDink Carrier—Baby TulaErgobaby—HugA-Bub Baby Carriers—Manduca Baby Carriers—MiaMily—Moby

Baby Monitors
Angelcare—Roger Armstrong Nursery Products

Bath &  Body Skin Care (for baby):
Baby  U—Bubba Organics—Child’s FarmCurash–Covital—Dalan D’Olive Natural Skin & Hair products—Dermeze—GAIA—Goat Kids—Little Innoscents—Milk & Co—Mustela—Real PawPaw—Seabamed—Sudocrem

Car Seats: Britax—Chicco

Cloth Nappies (& some brands stock other reusable products, too):
Bambooty—Bare + Boho—Bubblebubs Modern Cloth Nappies—Hippybottomus Modern Cloth Nappies—Itti Bitti—Pea Pods

Prams & Strollers: Baby Jogger—BabyZen yoyo—Britax (possibly Baby Bunting)—Bugaboo (Baby Bunting)—Chicco—Cybex—iCandy—Joolz—Micralite—Redsbaby—Saint Infans Strollers—Silver Cross—Stokke—UPPA Baby—Valco Baby

Sleep Things , Swaddles & Nursery Products:
4MomsAden + AnaisBaby StudioBubba BlueErgopouch—Little Earth Co—Love to DreamRoger ArmstrongThe Gro CompanyTula Baby— Woombie (Bub Mania)



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