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Our latest ultimate travel stroller, the new city tour 2 is now featured in My Child Magazine.
Editor Bianca Medina provides insight on how she found the city tour 2 on her travels in South America with her three year old.
“The city tour 2 stroller looks just like a standard pram but is small and compact, and it packs down into a neat little backpack can be stowed as hand luggage on all flights. It’s super lightweight at only 6.5kgs which makes it easy to manage on your own and the steering and control of this stroller is so good, I’m not sure why you would need any other pram regardless of your traveling status.”
We’re thrilled to announce that Midwife Cath has partnered with Baby Jogger Australia in 2018, to share her tips and tricks for all things parenthood. To celebrate, we’re giving one lucky Facebook follower the chance to win a one-on-one consultation valued at $250, either in person or via skype.
Visit the Baby Jogger Facebook pagehere to learn more and enter the draw to WIN a one-on-one consult valued at $250. About Midwife Cath
Midwife Cath – Cath Curtin – is a trusted expert in women’s health, pre-pregnancy, antenatal care and education, pregnancy, labor and birth, postnatal care, breastfeeding, and parenting. She has delivered over 10,000 babies throughout her 43-year career.
Yesterday, our Managing Director Carrie Edwards-Britt proudly presented a $5,000 cheque to Taronga Zoo CEO Cameron Kerr, to support the Taronga Foundation platypus conservation program!
From May-July this year, we partnered with Taronga Zoo to give anyone that purchased a Baby Jogger stroller from our NSW retailers the chance to redeem a free family pass to Taronga Zoo. In addition, we donated a proportion of proceeds from all strollers purchased to the Taronga Foundation.
Thanks to everyone that purchased a Baby Jogger stroller from our NSW retailers during the promotion, we were able to raise $5,000 which will go towards research to prevent the accidental capture and death of platypus, and to deliver Project Platypus, a program designed to empower school kids to become advocates for platypus. The program will also encourage kids to raise awareness and helping their communities to shift attitudes and behaviours towards their local environment to help protect the platypus.
To learn more about Taronga Zoo’s conservation commitment to protecting 10 critical species over the next 10 years, visit