A wide range of medical services related to fertility and reproductive health.

A directory of qualified fertility educators to support you with issues of fertility, as well as routes to becoming a Natural Fertility Educator.

Fertility support coaching

Finding Out You're Pregnant

The official Doula directory. Everything you need to know about your local doula network.

A public facebook page with all things birth doula related including a directory of birth doulas in the Wellington region.

Need to find a midwife in your area? Look no further than this website.

The Capital and Coast DHB midwife directory.

New Zealand Government's pregnancy support page.

Health and Exercise in Pregnancy and Beyond

Shelley McCarten Movement offers the only Restore your Core courses in NZ, and Pregnancy Yoga.

Lynda Lovatt of Puff Fitness is a registered personal trainer and offers online or in-person pregnancy, postnatal and midlife exercise and lifestyle advice.

KangaTraining is a postnatal exercise class that incorporates baby-wearing and focuses on re-strengthening the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles.

Lynley is a pregnancy and postnatal yoga teacher in the Wellington region.

Pilates, Yoga and Physiotherapy under one roof.

Knowing Your Rights in Birth

Click here for information on women's rights and options during pregnancy and childbirth and how maternity care is provided in New Zealand.

Women's Health Action is a social change organisation, working to improve the health and wellbeing of women, their whanau, and communities.

Preparing for Birth

The home of hypnobirthing! Designed to release fear and build confidence for a calmer, more comfortable birth. Contact me for bookings.

Formed by parents, for parents over 25 years ago, Birth Wise is proud to provide Wellington whānau with an excellent antenatal program and a postnatal community of like-minded individuals.

Online educational resources and support for pregnancy, birth, and parenting.

Rachel's Antenatal Classes          Fun and informative antenatal classes in Wellington’s Northern Suburbs.

Specially tailored for your 12th to 24th week of pregnancy.

CCDHB antenatal classes are free and open to pregnant women over 24 weeks. Priority is given to those being cared for by the Community Midwife Team (CMT) and for people who are unable to attend other classes.

For information about positioning of babies during birth - and correcting positions if some correction is needed - Spinning Babies is the website to visit. The site includes practical advice and techniques, as well as details of upcoming workshops.

Wondermum is New Zealand’s supplier of the Eco La Bassine Made in Water & Birth Pool in a Box Birthing Pools. and pregnancy health specialists.

Aquabub specialises in providing birth pools, TENS machines and a range of pregnancy, labour and breastfeeding essentials New Zealand wide!

TENS hire and information

Multiple Babies

Multiples NZ is a nationwide parent-led support network supporting families in their journey from expecting to raising multiples.

Empowered Births

A grass roots movement founded by Milli Hill, author of The Positive Birth Book, to spread positivity about childbirth where choices are informed and memories are proud. Details of your nearest Positive Birth Group can be found here.

The Facebook page of the local arm of the Positive Birth movement. Follow the page for updates!

A great blog that uses other social media outlets to promote choice in childbirth, positive stories, support for women and features useful articles, links and references,

Home Birth

Everything you want to know if you are thinking about a home birth in New Zealand.

The Wellington Homebirth Association aims to bring like minded parents together while promoting and encouraging natural and active birth in the home. Click here for everything homebirth in the Wellington region, including birth stories, midwives, merchandise and resources.

Maggie Banks is a homebirth midwife and midwifery educator in New Zealand whose website aims to increase understanding about the role midwives can play in ‘keeping birth normal’. Click here for information that supports, protects and promotes healthy pregnancy, birth and mothering.

Fantastic Home birth resource addressing all the 'What Ifs'.


Breastfeeding NZ is a is an online group whose mission is to promote and support breastfeeding through education and outreach in our community.

The website of Dr. Jack Newman and Edith Kernerman aims to empower parents by ensuring they receive the most up-to-date information to assist them with their breastfeeding baby.

La Leche league helps mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information and education.

Breastfeeding support in the Hutt valley, run by Mums, for Mums.

Newtown Breastfeeding support centre. Support for breastfeeding Mums in Wellington.

Breastfeeding courses for breastfeeding Mummas.

Everything you need to know about the New Zealand Lactation Consultants Association, and how to find, or become one.


Babywearing Wellington's mission is to see the safe use of baby carriers, promote choice and support parents exploring carriers.

For Dads

The intention with Great Fathers is to present the important information from Brainwave in a way that "men can really take it in and encourages men to be the best fathers they can be". While Great Fathers is designed for men, it is actually for their children. The aim is for all New Zealand children to have the best possible start in life.

Father&Child remain the longest serving father support providers in NZ, offering information and support for new or expecting fathers, about Trauma/PNH issues, at home or solo dad situations, through separations or tricky family situations.

Kidz Need Dadz Charitable Trust was first established in Tauranga in 2002 to strengthen families by supporting and educating Dads on the importance of being involved in their children’s lives.

Mark Harris' website, all about midwifery from the male point of view. This also includes the 'Birthing for Blokes' blog - an indispensable guide for men about birth and parenthood.

LGBTQ+ Families

An online directory or events, supports, and groups for lesbians in Wellington.

Previously under the name GAP, Rainbow Wellington represents and advocates for the human rights of LGBTI members in New Zealand and overseas, and organise social activities and events.

Parenting and Child Development

Connect with other new parents & their babies as you explore parenting & children’s development in a safe, facilitated environment.

Established in 1993, Parenting Place now has 120 staff and 585 volunteers nationwide, and develops and delivers innovative, fun and accessible programmes.

Free Parenting Helpline 0800 568 856 We are here to help parents with all parenting challenges from those everyday situations to the most serious issue of child abuse.

Brainwave aims to raise public awareness about new findings in brain research and to educate everyone who has an impact on the early life of a child about the important implications of this knowledge on our children’s physical, social, intellectual and emotional development.

New Zealand's largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under 5.

Tamriki Ora is a free service provided by The Ministry of Health for all New Zealand children from birth to five years.

Supporting loving and secure relationships for all children by providing programmes and training, for parents and professionals, that keeps our children in mind and supports their early, optimal, social and emotional development.

Perinatal Mental Health

Formally known as Post and Antenatal Distress Wellington, Little Shadow offers counselling, support and information for those experiencing perinatal distress.

Infant Loss Support

We are a voluntary, parent-run, non-profit organisation set up to support parents and families who have experienced the death of a baby at any stage during pregnancy, as a baby or infant.

The Wellington Miscarriage Support Group aims to provide regular support for everyone who has experienced miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy, share stories and information about pregnancy loss, provide support during subsequent pregnancies, and provide books on loan.

Miscarriage Support Auckland began as two women friends looking for answers while helping support each other after experiencing a miscarriage. In 1985 in response to a survey by a Women’s Magazine and encouragement of staff from National Women’s Hospital, they eventually formed a small independent group of volunteers of various ages who had all experienced the loss of their own babies.

At the Grief Centre we offer a variety of services, including Counselling, Support Groups, Community Talks, Information and Resources and books for sale to assist those that are grieving.

Huggable Hearts is a FREE service that provides grieving families who have lost a baby with a fabric heart made to their angels birth weight. This gives the families something to hug and hold once they have said goodbye to their angel. .

Skylight is a national not-for-profit trust that enables children, young people, their families/whānau, and friends to navigate through times of trauma, loss, and grief by building resilience..

Specialist Support

The focus of Birthright's services is the children and young persons of one-parent families, although some regions include two-parent and blended families also.

Wellington Multiples members and volunteers have been supporting multiple families for more than 30 years. They provide support, education and friendship as you experience the joys and challenges of raising multiples.

The Neonatal Trust was originally established in Wellington in 1986 by two Wellington families with extremely premature babies. They are a registered charity which operates across New Zealand.

Evolve is a 'One Stop Shop' in Wellington for young people aged 10-24. They offer a range of services, activities and events all linked up together to make it as easy as possible for young people, including young Mums, to get support when they need it.
House of Grace                             The House of Grace is a home for pregnant  teens. A place to live, learn, prepare for childbirth and make plans for a bright future.