Our friends at Babyology are once again putting on the brilliant Sydney Babyology Baby Shower presented by Nurofen for Children in 2019, and it's just around the corner!
We’re excited to share more details on what expectant mums (and co) will enjoy on the day – including more than $10,000 worth of prizes ready to be given away!
Meet us at the Intercontinental
It’s on Sunday 23 June at the luxe Intercontinental Sydney Hotel in Double Bay and tickets are selling fast!
MC-ing our events is writer and broadcaster, Shevonne Hunt, host of parenting podcast Feed Play Love and mum of two. Special guest speaker, Chris Minogue will share tips and tricks gathered from her 30 years experience as a mothercraft nurse.
PS – Queensland mums, sit tight. Babyology Baby Shower presented by Nurofen for Children is headed to Brisbane for the very first time on Sunday 25 August.
Here’s what our generous sponsors are offering in prizes
We’re so happy to add a Bugaboo Bee 5 pram to the prize pool, valued at $999. The Bee 5 is perfectly made for navigating city streets with ease – perfect for our Sydney hills and footpaths.
Nurofen for Children
Since 1999, Australian parents have trusted Nurofen for Children to help their kids with pain and fever as they grow up.
Nurofen for Children are giving away one $139 Nurofen for Children FeverSmart Temperature Monitor, one pack of Nurofen For Children FeverSmart Refills and one $457 Cocoonababy pack (above).
Bing Lee are passionate about bringing affordable premium electrical goods and technology to hard-working Australian families. Bing Lee are gifting one lucky baby shower guest a $649 Dyson Air Purifier PLUS a $50 Bing Lee voucher.
Amazon has generously offered a $989 prize pack: $529 MAXI COSI Mico Newborn Baby Capsule (above); a month’s supply of size 1 Huggies Ulitmate Nappies valued at $65; a $119.95 Skip Hop Duo Signature Diaper bag; a $24.95 The Gro Company newborn sleeping bag; and a $249.95 Bottle Feeding Tommee Tippee Essential Starter Kit.
An easy-to-use and trusted product to safeguard precious skin, Cetaphil builds the foundation of healthy skincare for your family.
Our event partner Cetaphil Baby are giving one lucky guest a $300 Cetaphil Baby product hamper loaded with Cetaphil Baby, Cetaphil Sun and Cetaphil products for the whole family.
Cetaphil Baby are also gifting a $200 Endota Spa voucher to one lucky mum-to-be, to help get some no doubt much needed pre-baby ‘me time’ sorted.
Australian owned and manufactured, Life-Space provide premium, specialist probiotics which support the health of parents, children and babies.
Life-Space are generously giving one lucky baby shower guest a $300 EFTPOS gift card and also a year’s supply of Life-Space Probiotics worth $570.
So what are you waiting for?!
Grab your tickets and come along to this brilliant afternoon. We can’t wait to meet you!
Sydney Babyology Baby Shower presented by Nurofen for Children
Sunday 23 June
Intercontinental Hotel Double Bay
33 Cross Street, Sydney
Choose from the 11.30am or 2.45pm session.
These events are presented in partnership with our brilliant sponsors including:
This article originally appeared on Babyology.
How would you feel if someone gifted a second hand item at your child's party?
It's not about being cheap. It's about reducing waste.
5 reasons why holidaying with little kids is an oxymoron
Someone invented a portable 'pee cup' so your kids can wee in the car
Hey, it's better than a water bottle?
25 moments to share with your baby before their first birthday
You can't get those first 12 months back!
15 memories to make with your kids (before they grow up too much)
A buckte list of activities to help you make the most of your kids' young years.
Part-time working mums are the best employees. Here's why.
It's a lot to juggle, but you working mums are a catch.
5 ways to buck routine (and replace it with fun) these holidays
Presenter Shevonne Hunt is hanging on for the last day of school, and there is plenty she's looking forward to these holidays.
17 must-see ‘big things’ to drive by on an Australian road trip
There are over 150 kitsch (but fun) ‘big things’ in our nation.