Below is a list of the top and leading Baby Supplies Stores in Newcastle. To help you find the best Baby Supplies Stores located near you in Newcastle, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Newcastle’s Best Baby Supplies Stores:
The top rated Baby Supplies Stores in Newcastle are:
- Baby Bunting
- Kids Carousel
Babyshop is a division of Deneng Pty Ltd, a proudly Australian company, operating for 40 years, from Newcastle NSW. Babyshop is celebrating a unique milestone in year 2018 as it reaches 2 decades of operation online.
Following a large growth in customers and products, and with limited room for a home business of this size, external premises became necessary and babyshop opened their first retail store in 2003 in Merewether NSW. The store moved in 2008 to the current location in Adamstown NSW.
Babyshop also offers the ability for customers to come in store and test a number of products before purchase. Babyshop is happy to provide fitting for babies in sleeping bags or fitted swaddles, to ensure that a correctly sized, suitable and safe product is selected. Babywearing is another well-known service that babyshop provides fittings for, allowing customers to try to their baby in a range of slings and carriers which are adjusted to their frame, so that customers can experience the weight, feeling and function of these products before purchase.
Babyshop prides itself on providing friendly, helpful customer service and look forward to assisting their customers with finding products that meet their needs, during this special time.
Bathtime, Bedtime, Clothing, Feeding, Playtime, For Mum Products
“Customer service is fantastic and same day delivery for local orders is so so convenient when things are needed quickly but getting out of the house with babies is hard. Cannot recommend highly enough.” – Eliza Dunn
Baby Bunting – Established in Melbourne as a family-owned business in 1979, Baby Bunting is now Australia’s largest specialty nursery retailer and one-stop baby shop. Their core purpose is to assist new and expectant parents in navigating the early years of parenthood. From humble beginnings with a single shop in suburban Balwyn, Baby Bunting now employs more than 800 people across its 52 national superstores and 11,000sqm warehouse in Melbourne. They pride themselves on providing their customers with excellence in service, expert advice, great quality, and value. As a specialist retailer, they cater to parents with children from newborn to three years of age.
Prams, Car Seats, Carriers, Furniture, Nursery, Safety, Babywear, Manchester, Changing, Toys, Feeding, Other Baby Essential Items
“Amazing Team, Went over and above to fit 3 across without a booking while flat out on a Saturday. Ask for Maddy, she is the most knowledgeable car seat installer around!” – Kalum Wright
Kids Carousel is the last of the traditional independent family run baby stores in Newcastle. They have been open since May 1996 and plan on continuing with their services for many more years to come.
They stock a wide variety of baby goods ranging from Baby Monitors, Bouncers and Walkers, Toys and not to forget their main specialty, Prams and Car seats. They also carry a big range of safety accessories and pram accessories. They service prams and have qualified car seat installers in store. Anything they sell they can repair or get parts for.
Their staff are always very helpful and more than happy to assist every customer with anything that they may need. They operate as a team and believe that their shop should be a happy and pleasant environment for everyone, customers and staff alike, to be in. They always put a smile on their faces.
Car Seats, Prams & Strollers, Baby Monitors, Bouncers and Walkers, Toys, General Nursery Needs
“Customer service does not get any better than this. The staff are professional and know about all carseats and fittings, and really care about children and safety. They are also really friendly and don’t try to upsell.” – Josephine Asher
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