Baby Carrier

Baby carriers are gaining more traction as a popular choice for transporting your baby. There’s no need to fuss around with prams or strollers, navigating them through tight spots or uneven terrain and having to fold and unfold them as you go. A baby carrier can free up your hands so you can go about your tasks with ease - while also getting a bit of a workout in! Keep your baby close by and build closeness with them.


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  1. Cub Baby Carrier
    The infant carrier can be used as a front and backpack carrier with lumbar support. The Cub baby carrier is suitable for newborn to 14.5kg. The soft structure of the baby carrier ensures proper head and neck support and does not require a newborn infant insert. The infant carrier can be used in following carrier facing options: Front inward facing Front forward-facing Backpack
    $39.95 $59.95

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Why Baby Carrier

What to look for in a baby carrier

Quality is one of the most important things to keep an eye out for when deciding on a baby carrier. Opt for one that is not only comfortable for you, but also your baby. Ensure that the fabric is breathable and child-friendly, and look for one that can support your back and shoulders while keeping your baby’s head supported, too. Baby carriers come in front and back carrying options, so you should think about which one will suit your lifestyle. If you’re breastfeeding, choose a carrier that will allow for this. 

At Mother’s Choice, we have a large collection of baby carriers and slings to suit your lifestyle. Looking for something else? We also stock baby rockers, baby high chairs and play mats for your little one. Browse below, and shop with confidence from one of Australia’s most trusted brands.


Baby Carrier FAQs

Are baby carriers safe for newborns?

It is recommended that babies under the age of four months are not placed in a baby carrier. This is because their necks haven’t fully developed yet, putting them at greater risk of injury.

Which baby carrier brand is the best?

Look out for a baby carrier that best meets your needs. Do you want to have your baby secured to your front or back? Does it have adequate shoulder and neck support for you, and head support for your baby? Are you breastfeeding? Take these factors into consideration when shopping for a baby carrier. At Mother’s Choice, we stock newborn carriers from major brands, so you’re sure to find out that suits you.


When can I start using a baby carrier?

Always check the manufacturer’s recommendations for your baby carrier. Ensure that your baby fits the height and weight requirements. Some carriers are designed to be used from day one, while others are not recommended for use until a certain age to allow your baby enough time to develop and grow into the carrier.


Can you put a 1-year-old in a baby carrier?

Some parents use a carrier for their babies until they are one or two years old, or even older. This depends on the type of carrier, and if you as a parent can safely carry them. If in doubt, give the carrier a test run before making a purchase.