To provide a means of sharing information on the caring for, and raising of multiple birth children;
To hold regular meetings and social functions for our members;
To cooperate with, and take part in, research projects at local, national and international levels.
The club formed in July 1983 when a few parents of multiples got together to offer each other advice, help and support. It didn’t take long for other multiple families to see the benefit in belonging to a supportive and helpful club.
We are connected to the Australian Multiple Birth Association (AMBA) and all our members become members of this national body as well.
We are a not-for-profit community club run by volunteers. We hold committee meetings once a month at a variety of local restaurants. This is a great opportunity to get out on your own, have a nice meal and a chat with like-minded people, as well as support your favourite club!
NTMBC MBAW Event 2021
The Northern Territory Multiple Birth Club is holding its annual Multiple Birth Awareness Week (MBAW) event on Saturday 27th March 2021 10:30AM – 12:30 PM at the Casuarina Uniting Church. This will be a great opportunity for new, current and expectant parents to come down and meet other families of multiples.
Prospective members are most welcome to come down, learn about the club and meet other families.
From the Australian Multiple Birth Association
For further information on MBAW nationally the following link shows what AMBA are organising