Providing you with support and educational resources

Midwife Catherine provides a range of services and packages to help with pre and post natal care for you and your child. As a qualified and certified IBCLC, Midwife Catherine offers expert advice and specialised care that is tailored to your specific needs.


  • Medicare rebates available.
  • Extra cost for travel beyond 30km of the CBD. 


Benefits to breastfeeding for mother and child.

Postpartam Care

New mothers often need just as much care as their newborns do.

Care for New Mothers

Extended midwife care for new mothers can be a big help.

Breast Care

Incorrect feeding can cause issues with mothers breasts.

Endorsed Midwife and IBCLC Services

As a new mother, you may find breastfeeding overwhelming, but an IBCLC like Midwife Catherine assures that every problem has a solution, as long as it is appropriately addressed. Whether it’s a simple or complex problem unique to you, Catherine is well-equipped to provide advanced and individualised care that will help you gain confidence and experience the many benefits of breastfeeding. 

We specialise in working with:

  • New Mothers
  • Baby Position
  • Attachment Difficulties and Suckling
  • Milk Supply
  • Fussy or Wakeful Babies
  • Common Concerns
  • Breastfeeding at Work

Postpartam care​

New mothers often need just as much care as their newborns do.


Post Partam Care is extended care for new mothers immediately following the birth. In years past, new mothers would stay in hospital for 10 or more days after child birth, now they are out the next day. Post Partam Care provides support for both mother and child and helps make the transition to childcare easier for both parents.


Pregnancy and child-birth are very taxing on mothers and specialised support can be vital in ensuring a healthy, happy family. Midwife Catherine offers advanced Post Partum Care to help relieve the stress on new mothers, provide insight and advice on childcare, and offer guidance.


  • Relieve stress after birth
  • Continue care for mother and child
  • Provide health care insight and education
  • Better breastfeeding outcomes
  • Improve connection between mother and child
  • Improve child sleep patterns
  • Better prevention and support for postnatal
  • depression

Extended care for new mothers​

Midwife Care is typically only offered during a pregnancy, however extended care for new mothers can be a big help in settling into life as a new mother and help lower the stress and anxiety associated with raising your first child.


Midwife care often leads to a higher chance of natural delivery without caesarian. This means a shorter stay in hospital post delivery, and allows for extended at-home care to be performed by the midwife.


As a registered nurse and midwife specialist with over 35 years experience in the field, Midwife Catherine offers specialised at-home midwifery care for new mothers. Catherine uses an evidence-based approach to midwife care, allowing you to make informed choices for your child with up-to-date information.


  • Greater birth satisfaction for you and your partner
  • Safer birth outcomes for your baby
  • Better breastfeeding outcomes
  • More chance of a natural delivery with less need for epidurals, inductions and caesarean sections
  • More successful vaginal births after a caesarean section
  • Shorter stay in hospital post delivery
  • Better prevention and support for postnatal depression

Breast care

Feeding your child incorrectly can cause issues with mothers breasts, including soreness, itching and nipple trauma. I can help correct the issues and minimise these problems and care for your breasts while breastfeeding.


With your baby correctly positioned and attached to the breast you should not have sore nipples. Sore and/or cracked nipples are NOT normal. Seek help as soon as you experience soreness.


  • Nipple Trauma
  • Breast Soreness
  • Cracked Nipples
  • Low Milk Supply

Package One:
Antenatal Consultation & Planning


Evidence shows that antenatal education prior to birth leads to higher rates of breastfeeding success. Ideally, you start planning whilst still pregnant. This service includes:


  • Antenatal education & preparation guidance
  • Instruction on expressing colostrum and storage from 37 weeks gestation (syringes provided)
  • Comprehensive medical history assessment
  • Guidance on breastfeeding practices 
  • One-hour in-home postnatal visit to further support breastfeeding

Medicare rebates are offered in the first seven weeks. Healthcare card holders are bulk billed. 

Package Two:
Consultation & Follow ups


This service provides tailored one-on-one consultations to assist with post-natal breastfeeding and other essential aspects of newborn care. With a comprehensive two-hour consultation, followed by two weeks of ongoing support.


  • Tailored one-on-one consultations
  • Support for post-natal breastfeeding
  • Assistance with essential aspects of newborn care
  • A comprehensive two-hour consultation
  • Two weeks of continuous support after the initial consultation

Medicare rebates are offered in the first seven weeks. Healthcare card holders are bulk billed. 


Package Three:
Continuing Education Health


Continue to support your baby’s health until they reach six weeks and six days old, which is when the medicare rebate ceases. Additional follow-up beyond this point is available but may involve increased costs. This service includes:


  • Multiple consultation and planning sessions
  • Regular follow-up phone calls
  • Tracking of your child’s development
  • Specialised nursing education for parents

Package 4:
Telehealth Consultations


  • Telehealth postnatal 30 min – Cost $10
  • Tele health Antenatal 30mins – Cost $10