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Essential Baby and Toddler Show Melbourne (1-3 April 2016)

The Essential Baby & Toddler Show is back in Melbourne on 1-3 April 2016! And if you register for your ticket before 5pm AEST, 31 March, it’s FREE to attend!
Enjoy a fantastic day out for the whole family at the Show. Shop from more than 100 local and international parenting brands. Head to the Advice Hub for personalised, one on one consultations with the Australian Breastfeeding Association, Parentline, Gidget Foundation and more on a range of parenting topics.
Head to our Show Stage where adults can attend our seminars featuring experts such as Pinky McKay, whilst your little ones can enjoy live shows and meet & greets with Hi-5 and Animals Rock!
We’re also excited to announce a limited series of First Aid courses by Child Revive, in addition to their free demonstrations at the Show.
Get the free ticket here.

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