Useful Resources

Multicultural Health Communication Service: This site provides information about health issues and health services to people who speak languages other than English. It includes many publications on a wide variety of health issues.

Maps and Directions

Pregnancy and Birth

NSW Ministry of Health: Thinking of having a baby. Planning a pregnancy and becoming pregnant

NSW Ministry of Health: Having a Baby. A guide to labour and birth.

NSW Ministry of Health: Having a Baby. This link provides the booklet in multiple languages.

One in three women who ever had a baby wet themselves: Information on urinary incontinence and pelvic floor muscle exercises

Physiotherapy Exercises Before and After Birth: Information for women about important exercises during pregnancy and after childbirth 

Australian Multiple Birth Association

Maternity Center Association, National Partnership for Women & Families [USA]


Tresillian Internet site

Australian Breastfeeding Association


What were we thinking: This website contains information about common experiences in the early months of parenthood and some effective ways of thinking about and managing them.

Raising Children Network

National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect

Families NSW Child First Program: Early Words

Families NSW: Resourcing Parents

First Aid and Health

Red Nose (previously SIDS and KIDS)

St Johns Ambulance

Royal Lifesaving Association 

The Black Dog Institute: for information on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mood disorders

Beyond Blue: for information on anxiety and depression

How is dad going?: provides all kinds of dads with access to the best information and resources.