FREE local delivery - Newcastle and Lake Macquarie

COVID 19 - DELIVERY AND TRADING UPDATE

NSW TRADING UPDATE - OCTOBER 2021

Our Adamstown store is re-opening, Monday 11th October 2021! 

The store will be open normal trading hours of 9.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday and 10.00am to 1.00pm Saturday

We’re following the NSW Government health advice to ensure our staff and customers stay safe whist shopping, and will have these measures in place:

~ QR Code check-in,

~ Sighting proof of vaccination or medical exemption
~ Face masks are required to be worn inside
~ Marked spacing in store to indicate 1.5m distance
~ Hand sanitiser is available if required

 

We also offer contactless Click and Collect in store, as well as FREE same day delivery in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie, if you are either feeling unwell or are unable to meet any of the above requirements.

For Click and Collect, please choose 'Pick Up' as the Delivery Method during checkout.

FREE babytaxi local delivery is available throughout Newcastle and Lake Macquarie.

babytaxi delivery is same day (Monday-Friday only) when your order is received by us with payment before 3pm AEDT

Our Newcastle Delivery area is south to Swansea, north to Stockton and west to Toronto, with no minimum order value required for free delivery.

There is no need to enter a special promotional code, choose the shipping method 'Newcastle NSW Delivery' at checkout, for orders within the postcode range 2280 - 2309 to receive FREE delivery.


We are committed to the processing and daily dispatch (Monday to Friday) of all orders, both locally via our babytaxi or Australia Wide with Australia Post.

For same day dispatch of all orders (Monday to Friday), please ensure that your order is placed online no later than 3.00pm.

Australia Post are currently experiencing extremely high demand due to Covid-19 difficulties and border closures - as a result, you may experience delivery delays, even if you are not located in directly affected lockdown areas.

When tracking your package, this Coronavirus Update and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) from Australia Post, may help to answer any additional queries.