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In addition to the various events that the LNSMBA run throughout the year, we also provide a number of support services to members.

Equipment Hire

The LNSMBA has a number of items for hire at very reasonable rates, specifically twin feeding pillows and breastpumps. Often parents only need certain products for a short time or for a certain event. Rather than buying the equipment outright of one's own accord, it may make sense to hire certain equipment. When you're finished with the equipment you can simply return it to LNSMBA and not have to worry about storing it or having to dispose of it somehow. Hiring equipment can also represent significant savings for parents and as such, hiring of equipment is only open to LNSMBA members.

Click here for a complete list of equipment for hire. All equipment hire is subject to availability so please ensure you book in advance to avoid disappointment. To make an enquiry and hire any equipment, please contact the Equipment Officer, at .



We have a Library of books from which members of LNSMBA can borrow, ranging across topics such as raising twins, pregnancy, early years, feeding and toddlers. Click here for a complete list from our Library. For more information, please contact the Multi-Play & Chat Coordinator, at .



The Australian Multiple Birth Association (AMBA) has numerous publications and books available to members at reduced and/or discounted rates.  A comprehensive list of available titles can be viewed in the Publications Catalogue on the AMBA website. 

 AMBA Forum

The Australian Multiple Birth Assocation (AMBA) hosts a community forum that is available to parents and carers of multiples as well as expectant families. It provides an opportunity to interact with other families of multiples via a secure online community and offers a vast array of discussion topics. This can be a great place to visit, regardless of whether you are just starting on your journey with multiples or if they are hitting the teenage years. 

AMBA Forum