The services offered by New Mums' Helper will result in a relaxed mum, a baby who is more settled, and a family who can enjoy this special time together with less stress.  What a wonderful investment to make in the well-being of your precious family.


It is important for you to feel comfortable with your New Mums Helper, so I am happy to visit you free of charge to introduce myself.  Contact me now by email or phone 0411 984 063 to arrange a free visit!


I have several pricing options according to your needs.  You can choose the number of hours for each visit.  Minimum booking block is three hours.  The fees are:


 First Meeting  -  free

3 hours  -  $87

4 hours  -  $116

5 hours  -  $145

6 hours  -  $174


Or you may choose to make a pre-paid booking for a package of hours and enjoy the great discounts.  Only $27 per hour!


20 hours  -  $540

40 hours  -  $1080

60 hours  - $1620


These fees apply Monday to Friday from 7am to 5pm.  I am available for nights by prior arrangement by negotiation.


I operate in Brisbane, Queensland.


Please contact me for more information so we can discuss your particular requirements.  Phone now on 0411 984 063 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to arrange your free meeting!








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“I still remember the first time Gina came to my house and the relief I felt as soon as she walked in the door.  With no family in Brisbane I had no support to call on in those early sleep deprived weeks and was lacking confidence in my role as a new mum.  Gina was a listening ear, someone to ask questions to and hand my bundle of (screaming) joy over to so I could have some, much needed, time to myself.  She is such a warm, caring and knowledgeable person who just makes you breathe easier when there; she is not only a baby carer but also a mum carer.

It was through having the support of Gina that got me through the tough times and helped me be a better mum for taking care of myself; my only regret is not calling her sooner.  I now understand the saying "it takes a village to raise a child"... we are not meant to struggle on our own.”

Hayley from Bardon QLD     

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