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What to take to hospital - checklist

When it's time to go to the hospital, you may need to be ready to go at a moment's notice. Use this handy checklist to have your hospital bag packed and waiting to go.

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Having a baby in hospital

Both public and private hospitals provide high-quality care for you and your baby. They both have advantages and disadvantages – find out more here.

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Going to hospital or birthing centre

Whether you're planning to have your baby at home, in hospital or at a midwifery-led birth centre, you should get a few things ready at least two weeks before your due date.

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Having a baby in the ACT

Find out what you need to know about having a baby in the ACT.

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Maternity services in rural Tasmania

Find out what maternity services are available in rural or remote Tasmania.

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Maternity services in rural South Australia

Find out what maternity services are available in rural or remote South Australia

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Maternity services in rural Western Australia

Find out what maternity services are available in rural or remote Western Australia

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Maternity services in rural NSW

Find out what maternity services are available in rural or remote NSW

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Maternity services in remote Northern Territory

Find out what maternity services are available in remote Northern Territory

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Maternity services in rural Victoria

Find out what maternity services are available in rural and remote Victoria.

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