Enjoy playgroup sessions and have a chat in a child-friendly environment with people who know what you are going through. Tea and coffee is provided along with basic kitchen facilities and the first two visits are free of charge. After attending playgroup twice ongoing visits are $4.
Playgroup is run by volunteers who are families with multiple children, we appreciate all help to setup and pack up, ask what you can do to help. We would love to see you there.
When: Thursdays 2PM-4PM – Check NTMBC Facebook Page
Where: Rossiter Street Playgroup, 5 Rossiter St Rapid Creek NT 0810
Each month the committee members meet at a local restaurant between 7.00 and 8.00pm to discuss operational matter and to make future plans for the club, all club members are welcomed.
Every year NTMBC host a mix of events and fundraisers for club members and for the public.
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.
Parent Information Night – Dry Season 2021
NTMBC will be holding a Parent Information Night hosted by parenting expert Sue Hyde. A date is yet to be confirmed but will be advised in the near future. Information on Sue Hyde can be found here
NTMBC 2020 Christmas Party
The 2020 NTMBC Christmas party at Playshack Palmerston was a great success. The exclusive event allowed a safe, fun catch-up for all the families with Santa even turning up!
NTMBC 2019 Christmas Party
The 2019 NTMBC Christmas party at Playshack Palmerston was a great success. The exclusive event allowed a safe, fun catch-up for all the families with Santa even turning up!
NTMBC MBAW 2019 Palmerston Recreation Centre
On Sunday 3rd March 2019 the NTMBC hosted a large scale event open to the whole community at the Palmerston Recreation Centre to celebrate Multiple Birth Awareness Week (MBAW). This created opportunity for past, present and prospective members to network, have fun and spread the message of support to multiple birth families. The large indoor, airconditioned venue provided a great place for all the activities and was made possible through a City of Palmerston Grant and volunteer work from the NTMBC committee & members.