The Baby Bundle is given to parents and caregivers of every baby born in a NSW hospital. The Baby Bundle bag is filled with useful products to help you and your baby get off to a good start when you arrive home. You will receive the Baby Bundle before your discharge from hospital. If your baby wasn’t born in a hospital, you will receive it once they are registered with NSW Births, Deaths and Marriages.
The Baby Bundle is given to all parents who live in NSW and their baby was born after 1 January 2019.
All items meet Australian safety standards. Items include:
The bag also has important information to support your child's health, development, and learning:
Each Baby Bundle has about $300 worth of products. Items may change from time to time.
If either parent is a NSW resident at the time of your baby's birth, you can request a Baby Bundle via MOH-BabyBundles@health.nsw.gov.au. The Baby Bundle will be delivered to a NSW address free of charge.
No. Parents or carers must live in NSW to receive a Baby Bundle.
Yes, if your baby is up to three months old and you live in NSW.
The Baby Bundle is for each baby born. If you have twins, you will get two Baby Bundles etc.
No. The Baby Bundle is given to all NSW parents of babies born after 1 January 2019.
No. Accepting a Baby Bundle is voluntary.
The companies who supply products for the Baby Bundle are small to medium Australian-owned businesses.
Civic Disability Services, a Sydney-based social enterprise, delivers the Baby Bundle.
If you have not received a Baby Bundle but believe you should have, please contact MOH-BabyBundles@health.nsw.gov.au and let us know:
Congratulations on the birth of your child.
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