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Introducing the service

Providing continuity of maternity care from your own personal midwife through pregnancy, labour, birth and for six weeks postpartum. You may choose to birth your baby in the comfort and familiarity of your own home, or birth in hospital with your midwife supporting you.

We offer evidence-informed, up-to-date research based care on all things related to maternal and newborn health. We wish to partner with you so you are able to make informed choices that are right for you.

We are guided by the Australian College of Midwives Consultation and Referral Guidelines and collaborate
with other maternity care providers in Wagga Wagga and surrounds to support you to have a safe and positive pregnancy and birth.

A referral to this service is currently required from your GP to enable Medicare claiming. You are invited to email us if you would be interested in an information package or have any further questions.

The Midwives

We are passionate about providing woman centred individualised care and have seen firsthand how this model of care nourishes and promotes a woman’s capability and strength.

We honour the importance of working in partnership with you and your support(s) to empower and inform your pregnancy and birth journey.

We are both Endorsed Midwives, International Board-Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLC) and Registered Nurses. To register as Endorsed Midwives we have completed post graduate University studies to the standard required to be Endorsed through the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia and AHPRA. This also enables us to prescribe medications as well as order and interpret any pathology or ultrasounds you decide to have done.

Between us we have many years of experience as midwives and are continually studying and reflecting on our practice to provide the most up to date, evidence based recommendations for you and your family.

Emily and Tiff

Midwifery Services

Care Options for Clients

Consults in your Home

Medicare Rebates are Available for Certain Services

Complete Continuity of Care Package

Care from your private midwife from early pregnancy through to 6 weeks postpartum.

Options to birth at home or in hospital.

Appointments usually last at least one hour and are approximately offered monthly until 32 weeks, fortnightly until 36 weeks, and then weekly until birth.

Postnatal care is daily for the first few days after birth then weekly-fortnightly up until 6 weeks and 6 days postpartum. If you would like additional visits this is provided at no extra out-of-pocket cost to you.

Email us for a detailed information package showing all inclusions.

Payment plans are available.

A portion of antenatal and postnatal care is funded through Medicare.

Shared Care Antenatal/Postnatal

Appointments are guided by your need, collaborating with your Obstetrician, GP or hospital.
Appointments are invoiced individually, cost is dependent on the length of appointment.

Single Consult of Care

Antenatal Visit
Birth Debriefing/Consulting
Lactation Consult
Postnatal Visit

Appointments are invoiced individually, cost is dependent on length of appointment.


What is a Private Midwife?

A private midwife is a midwife employed by you to provide you individualised maternity care as your primary health care practitioner.

What is Midwifery Continuity of Care?

Midwifery continuity of care is defined as having your own known midwife as your primary caregiver. For true continuity of care this caregiver is present throughout all moments of your care with one to two known backup midwives.

What area do you service?

Wagga Wagga, NSW and approximately a one hour radius.

Recommended Resources

Online and Printed Resources to Guide Your Pregnancy, Birth and Postpartum Journey


The Great Birth Rebellion
Australian Birth Stories
Down To Birth
Evidence Based Birth

Podcasts are a great way to strengthen your belief in your capability and in the physiological processes of pregnancy, labour and birth.


Australian Breastfeeding Association

Spinning Babies

Raising Children Australia

Core & Floor Restore

Evidence Based Birth

Sara Wickham

Sarah Buckley


Reputable websites can be a great source of information in collaboration with the information and education discussed with your midwife during appointments.


Juju Sundin's Birth Skills with Sarah Murdoch
Birth with Confidence - Rhea Dempsey
Ina May's Guide to Childbirth - Ina May Gaskin
Childbirth as a Rite of Passage - Rachel Reed

Books are another great resource that we recommend to add to your pregnancy and birth preparation. Some are also available on audible and discuss with your midwife about their borrowing library of resources.



Glucose Goddess


Visuals from videos and/or photos are a great explanation of different approaches, techniques, positioning and movements that you may find beneficial for your pregnancy, labour, birth or postpartum recovery and/or feeding journey.

We acknowledge and respect the Traditional Owners of the land we live and work on, The Wiradjuri People of The Wiradjuri Nation who have lived, birthed and raised their families on this land. We extend this respect to all Elder's past, present and emerging and recognise the strength and resilience of Aboriginal people across this continent.

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