The Best Ideas of Where to Babymoon Australia – Updated 2022

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Last Updated on June 5, 2022 by Travels with Kids

So, you are expecting!  Congratulations, now where to Babymoon Australia?  We’ve put together this list of the best babymoon destinations Australia has to offer!  And yes, we even tested one out (all in the name of research of course)!

In recent years babymoons have become popular as a ‘last hurrah’ before the baby comes along and changes the life of the parents forever.  When you live in Australia, there are many reasons to babymoon Australia, close to home.  In order to get the best advice possible, we reached out to a number of Australian bloggers for their experiences regarding babymoon destinations Australia.

Looking for somewhere other than Australia for your time of blissful relaxation before the baby –  take a look at the best babymoon destinations in Asia, Fiji and New Zealand at the end of the post.  Alternatively check out the  Best Babymoons in the USA.

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 Babymoon Australia – Our Top Picks

Melbourne – Victoria

Where to Babymoon Australia

Melbourne is a perfect destination for a babymoon because it’s an interesting city that always has a lot going on.  Also, it’s easy to stay central to many activities so if you are not feeling well or your body isn’t up for being active.  You can stay in a well-located hotel in Melbourne’s CBD and you will never have to go far.

Melbourne is a great place to visit for food so you’ll be able to eat lots of awesome food.  It’s also well known for its shopping.  This is a great chance to pick up some baby products or to buy the things you need for your hospital bag.  There are many great day spas in Melbourne.  They offer pregnancy massage so you can treat yourself to one of these as well.  I also recommend going to one of the great live shows.  Also doing other activities which will get tricky once bub is here.

Sharon from Simple and Smarter

What about Babymoon Packages Melbourne or Victoria?

For Melbourne,  you can DIY with a beautiful hotel in the center and a day trip to the spa. 

What about babymoon packages Victoria?  Peppers offer great babymoon packages at all their hotels, so why not take a look at the Peppers Mineral Springs Hotel?  Another place that isn’t far to travel is the Mansion Hotel and Spa at Werribee Park.  

Byron Bay – New South Wales

Where to Babymoon Australia

With its wide sandy beaches, relaxed vibe, and health-conscious attitude, Byron Bay is the perfect babymoon destination.  From the moment you arrive, Byron Bay soothes the soul.  There is no need to rush anywhere or do anything (if you don’t want to).  Just enjoy the warm breezes and crystal blue ocean.

Choose a hotel near the beach ideal for lazy morning strolls or a hotel in the hinterland to enjoy breakfast overlooking the rain forest canopy.  During the day, book yourself in for a massage, facial, or one of the many pregnancy packages offered by day spas throughout Byron.  If you are feeling energetic, take a walk.  Walk along The Pass or up to the lighthouse for incredible views of the coastline.

Byron Bay’s boutiques, markets, and galleries are full of inspiration for your new nursery.  You can easily spend half a day browsing the shops.  Stop for freshly squeezed juice or a smoothie along the way.  Eating is fresh and healthy there so you can indulge and boost the nutrients for your growing bump. We baby mooned in Byron Bay and loved every moment.  The town has all the ingredients for an indulgent pre-baby vacation.

Katy from Untold Morsels

Planning to Babymoon NSW?

If you are planning to babymoon NSW then Byron Bay is a wonderful choice with a wide range of gorgeous hotels to choose from including the highly raved about Elements at Byron or 28 Degrees.  If you are specifically looking for babymoon packages NSW then we’ve been told that it doesn’t get better than The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa who have a special babymoon package.  

If you will be having your babymoon in Sydney, Park Hyatt Sydney is breathe-taking.  This contemporary and luxury accommodation is situated right on Sydneys harbour.  The rooms have floor-to-ceiling glass windows that offer spectacular views of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.  Not to mention an on-site spa, and stunning outdoor pool area.

 The Gold Coast – Queensland

Where to Babymoon Australia

There are so many great places to have a babymoon in Australia.  I would recommend a few days relaxing at the beach on the Gold Coast.  You can get some fantastic deals on luxurious Gold Coast resorts with fantastic views across the ocean. 

Spend your days lying by your resorts swimming pool or swimming in one of the many gorgeous Gold Coast beaches.  If you like a little more adventure, there are plenty of activities for you.  You can SUP, kayak, or even surf depending on how far along you are.  Also, you can hike on one of the many trails in the Gold Coast Hinterland.

There are plenty of great restaurants around the Gold Coast for dinner and day spas to be pampered.  If you’re into shopping, there are some massive shopping malls around the Gold Coast too.  Let’s face it, next time you are down the coast it’s going to be all about the baby and visiting all the family-friendly attractions.  Make this trip all about you!

Melissa from Thrifty Family Travels, check out her post on Gold Coast Family Holidays

Searching for Babymoon Packages Queensland?

All of Queensland offers so many options  The Gold Coast Witches Falls Cottages in the Gold Coast hinterland sounds just divine. 

For a Brisbane babymoon, we love the idea of the Tangalooma Resort Moreton Island.


Port Douglas – Queensland

Where to Babymoon Australia

Port Douglas is located in tropical, lush far North Queensland.  It offers a tropical getaway experience without the risks associated with leaving Australia.  This is an Australian babymoon destination that ticks all the boxes!  As a babymoon destination, Port Douglas offers warm weather, beautiful pools, palm trees and plenty of nature-based adventure nearby should you desire!  

Apart from glorious resorts with an abundance of world-class restaurants and pampering spas, there are plenty of activities to enjoy if you are feeling up to it.  Take a day trip on the Great Barrier Reef or explore the Daintree Rainforest.  If nothing else, try to make a trip out to Cape Tribulation where the ancient rainforest is an immensely powerful restorative.

In Port Douglas, you can go for morning beach walks, wander around the waterfront market, and enjoy the wide range of delicious restaurants.  If you haven’t had time for your babymoon photo shoot, imagine having the white sands of Port Douglas or the fantastic trees of the Daintree Rainforest as the backdrop!

We have loads of great information about Port Douglas and the surrounding area.  Read more in our posts:

19 AMAZING Things To Do In Port Douglas | The Best Cairns Holidays

Amazing Great Barrier Reef Tours

A Great Guide to Kuranda Skyrail Rainforest Cableway – Cairns

Cairns to Cape Tribulation: Road Trip Along the Great Barrier Reef Drive


The gorgeous Sheraton Grand Mirage, Port Douglas.

What about Babymoon Packages QLD?

Port Douglas offers so many awesome hotels and babymoon packages it is hard to know where to start!

Pullman Port Douglas Sea Temple Resort And Spa – For the best pool in Port Douglas you can look no further this resort.  Check here for current rates to stay at the Pullman Port Douglas.

Silky Oaks Lodge – If you are more inspired by treehouses in the rainforest, and a freshwater swimming hole, take a look at this lodge.  Check here for currents rates to stay at the Silky Oaks Lodge.

The Sheraton Grand Mirage – Not only is it just steps away from the beach, but it’s the hotel with the most incredible lagoon pools. There are thirteen of them (yes, really)!  Check here for current rates to stay at The Sheraton Grand Mirage.

Hamilton Island has views like this!

Hamilton Island – Queensland

Hamilton Island is part of the Whitsunday Islands close to The Great Barrier Reef.  This small, mostly car-free island, is a fantastic place to spend a babymoon in Australia.  Relax on the white sandy beaches, dine on some amazing good, or play a round of golf. 

Any Hamilton Island babymoon would be a trip to remember, because there are so many things to do!  There are direct flights to Hamilton Island from several Australian cities.  Hamilton Island boasts some amazing resorts, from adults-only to luxurious 5-Star accommodations, to more budget-friendly places, there is something for everyone’s budget.

Hamilton Island Babymoon – Where to Stay

A fantastic, but still luxurious option is the Reef View Hotel.  Located directly across from Catseye Beach, there is plenty of activities including free non-motorized water sports. 

If you are looking to go all-out and have some serious cash to spend, stay at Qualia.  This resort has hosted everyone from Oprah to Taylor Swift and is a truly luxurious, world-class resort.  And, it is an adults only resort which will give you the opportunity to truly relax on your babymoon.

A stay at Qualia is truly luxurious.  From your own private beach house or pavilion, each one is modern and upscale (most even include a private plunge pool).  Qualia is all about experiences.  You can arrange several different tours and experiences with the resort directly.  Their on-site spa even offers babymoon spa treatments catered to each individual mamas wants and needs.  A stay here is truly a luxurious and pampering experience. 



Where to Babymoon Australia

Our babymoon consisted of an 8-day Tasmanian road trip from Hobart to Launceston.  While it may not sound like the traditional babymoon of relaxation by the pool, being that it was winter in Tassie, we had such a great time.  We hired a car and booked in different accommodation along the way. 

Also, we stayed 1-2 nights on average in each of 4 different destinations.  We started in Hobart where we spent the most time, exploring the local attractions and having the most amazing day trip to Port Arthur.  We even did an adventure boat cruise which I thought may have been a disaster with my morning sickness, but they are well prepared for pregnant women, kids, and anyone prone to seasickness.

Our days were spent driving between destinations and slowly exploring new parts of Tasmania.  Our nights involved sourcing yummy food, often dictated by my fussy pregnant cravings.  The one challenge we faced was the windy roads though.  They were not kind to my stomach at times, so take it slow.  Don’t be afraid to splurge a little on accommodation.  Especially in Cradle Mountain with the romantic surroundings and the fireplace crackling!

Holly from Four Around The World

Looking for Babymoon Packages Tasmania?

You can’t go past Peppers babymoon packages and the one offered at Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge or the Hotel Piermont Retreat near Freycinet National Park.

Looking for something unique and luxurious the Saffire Freycinet Resort in Coles Bay is a must!  Not only is the location fantastic but their amenities are insane!  They offer many complimentary experiences such as cooking demonstrations, kayaking, and guided experiences like local walks, vineyard tours, and beekeeping or oyster farming demonstrations.  Their on-site spa offers custom pregnancy massages using bespoke products.

Saffire Freycinet offers all-inlcusive stay packages which take care of all your meals, beverages, and an in room mini-bar.  Not to mention exclusive use of their Hobart airport lounge for arrivals and departures.

Broome – Western Australia

Broome, with its rich history and unique pace of life known as “Broome-time” is a great place to visit on a babymoon.  Especially if you want to stay in Australia but still see something completely different. From the east coast, you are looking at about 8-9 hours of travel time.  Though for Western Australians, it is far more accessible with just 3 hours flight.

The pearl of the North, Broome, offers beach walks and lounging by the pool or more adventurous pursuits.  You can explore historical sites like the museum or outdoor movies, visit some of the nearby beaches, dinosaur prints, or learn about the pearling history.  How about buying a pearl as a memento of this trip?  Unless nausea is a major problem, we would splurge on a visit to the world-famous Horizontal Falls via the fast boat.  Also, take a scenic flight over the falls.  As well as a scenic flight over the Buccaneer Archipelago.   Apart from all of these things to do, there is the camel ride along cable beach and the famous stairway to the moon.

Babymoon Australia – Where to Stay in Broome?

Some of the best babymoon packages Western Australia are found in Broome, so take time to check out these great options.

Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa – The town’s only resort fronting the famous beach and has created a special Broome Babymoon experience is specifically designed to pamper the parents to- even the famous camel ride on the beach at sunset leave from right outside the resort and are highly recommended!  Check here for current rates at Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa.

Oaks Cable Beach Sanctuary Resort – Located meters from Cable Beach and just 10 minutes from the city center, this is a great babymoon Australia resort.  When you are done relaxing on the beach come back to the resort and relax poolside.  There is five total to choose from.  This resort also has its very own restaurant and poolside dining.  Check here for current rates at Oaks Cable Beach Sanctuary Resort.

Blue Seas Resort – Located in a fantastic area within walking distance of fine dining, shopping for pearls, and water activities.  It features two pools and 44 one-bedroom fully contained rooms.  Check here for currents rates at Blue Seas Resort.  

Rottnest Island – Western Australia

Where to Babymoon Australia

Located less than an hour’s ferry ride from Perth, Rottnest Island is a great babymoon destination for Australians who are looking for something a bit different, but quite affordable at the same time.  If you are looking for a babymoon package Perth, then look no further than Rotto.

We’d say its definitely the top babymoon holiday spot in Perth!  We would also select it as the number 1 babymoon destination for Perth people!  For Perth folk, it makes a great weekend getaway.  Yet after two days on Rotto you feel like you have been to another world.  Whether it is the laid back holiday atmosphere or the island feeling, you quickly slip into another pace of life on Rottnest Island.  Stunning beaches and blue waters are complemented by a unique ‘bikes only’ policy which means that there is a real frontier feel.  For those heavily pregnant there are infrequent buses around the island.  Perhaps you have the perfect reason to just stick around the main settlement.

Babymoon Australia – Where to Stay on Rottnest Island?

Karma Rottnest –  This accommodation offers something for every taste and budget.  From hotel-style apartments to private suites depending on your needs and price point. Karma offers secluded beaches and fine dining as well.  Check here for current rates to stay at Karma Rottnest Resort.

Hotel Rottnest –  Hotel Rottnest offers relaxed accommodations right on the beach.  So much to do so close to this hotel. Whether it is relaxing on the beach, fishing, watching the boats come in, or taking in the history of Rottnest Island, this hotel is centrally located.  Check here for current rates to stay at Hotel Rottnest.  

If you are based in Perth and visiting Rottnest Island as a daytrip, we recommend COMO The Treasury.  Located in Perth CBD, it offers two on-site restaurants and an on-site spa.  And, they even offer a Como The Treasury babymoon package.  It includes a 2-night stay, couples massage, lunch at Post, and a pedicure for the mom to be.  Look here for more information on Como The Treasury babymoon packages and accommodations.

Margaret River – Western Australia

Where to Babymoon Australia

Another excellent and affordable babymoon destination for Western Australians is the stunning Margaret River region.  An easy and comfortable 3 hours’ drive from Perth.  Here you can find secluded beaches of white sand, or taste some of the delicious delicacies offered by this famous wine region.  Even if you can’t sample the wines, there are delicious chocolates, cheeses, and other organic products that grow so abundantly in this region.

In winter, you can enjoy invigorating walks along the beaches.  Perhaps even curl up by a roaring fireplace, and enjoy some quiet moments in the world-class restaurants.  Without a doubt, Margaret River is a premier babymoon Australia destination.  It is one for romantics, lovers of good food, and the outdoors! Where to Babymoon Australia

Babymoon Australia – Where to Stay in Margaret River?

Pullman Bunker Bay Resort – Offers a personalized babymoon package, including intimate couple’s massages, quiet villas with king beds, and luxury tubs.  Check here for currents rates at the Pullman Bunker Bay Resort Margaret River.

Injidup Spa Retreat –  Another inspiring spot is this adults-only secluded luxury retreat and spa.  This retreat features 10 luxury villas each with their plunge pool and views of the beach.  Check here for current rates to stay at the Injidup Spa Retreat.

Cape Lodge Country House Hotel & Gourmet Retreat – The Cape  Lodge boasts a restaurant that has been voted “Top Ten in the World For Food” by Conde Nast Traveller.  This is a foodie babymoon Australia dream destination.  It features several different luxury rooms to choose from.  Activities include cooking classes, art classes, massage and facials, and tours of Margaret River, this is truly an indulgent babymoon destination.  Check here for current rates to stay at the Cape Lodge.

Forest Rise Chalets and Lodge –   Forest Rise is an eco-retreat for adults where you can revive, restore, rest, and relax!!! You can enjoy a candlelit spa, with piped music in the bathroom and views over into the forest.  This is the perfect place to connect and rejuvenate before the next phase of your life. Check here for current rates to stay at the Forest Rise Chalets and Lodge. 

This pregnant mumma enjoying some beach time in Perth


Babymoon Ideas – Near Australia

New Zealand Babymoon

If you are looking for a destination babymoon and a babymoon in Australia isn’t your thing, but don’t want to travel too far from Australia, why not consider New Zealand?  Considering the fact that New Zealand is just as safe as Australia, and with similar facilities, it makes babymoon New Zealand a fantastic option.  There is plenty to see and do depending on your itinerary.  You are spoiled for choice and both the North and South islands offer some great ideas.

Babymoon North Island NZ

If a city escape is what you’re after, Auckland or Wellington will do.  Both cities are located on the north island and offer all the typical city sights.  These include museums, botanical gardens, green spaces, a zoo, both have access to great beaches and plenty of great eats for foodies. If shopping is your thing, or you prefer a bit more sunshine, Auckland wins out.  Two top New Zealand babymoon accommodations in Auckland are the Hilton Auckland and The Cordis.  Both Auckland hotels are centrally located in the CBD with upscale accommodations.

One the other hand, if you enjoy more balmy weather and a town with a laid-back artsy vibe, then exploring Wellington would be a great adventure.  They call it Windy Wellington for a reason, so the weather will be hit or miss.  However, this city has much to explore with top-notch foodie picks, funky boutiques, and a laid-back city vibe.  The Intercontinental Wellington is an amazing accommodation choice.  This 5-star hotel has an award-winning restaurant, an indoor heated pool, and sweeping views of the Wellington waterfront.  Even though it is a 5-star hotel, check with the hotel before booking as they often have travel deals.

Babymoon South Island NZ

Is adventuring more your babymoon New Zealand style?  Then the south island might be your place.  The resort town of Queenstown is a nature-lovers paradise.  Situated on the shores of breathe-taking Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is a perfect New Zealand babymoon destination.  And, being that it is just a 3-hour flight from Sydney, we think it is a perfect babymoon destination.

While there are plenty of adrenaline-filled outdoor adventures to partake in, other more relaxed adventures like fishing, hiking, and photography opportunities make Queenstown a top choice.  Not to mention that Queenstown is a foodie lovers paradise.  Some top-rated restaurants include Rata, which is owned and operated by Michelin starred chef Josh Emmet.  It serves New Zealand fare prepared with local, sustainable ingredients and showcases New Zealand wines. 

If you are wondering where to stay in Queenstown, check out the Sherwood Queenstown for an upscale rustic lodge stay.  Make sure you eat in their on-site restaurant for a delicious organic, locally grown meal.  Another great Queenstown accommodation is the QT Queenstown.

With so much to offer, New Zealand is definitely one of the best places for a babymoon.  

Where to Babymoon Australia

Fiji Babymoon

Not far from Australia, Fiji offers a great option for a babymoon.  With direct flights to Nadi from many Australian cities, it is easily accessible and houses a great range of resorts. With year-round agreeable weather, why not have a winter escape and enjoy a Fiji babymoon?

For baby number two we spent a week at the Radisson Blue Resort in Nadi.  The resort offered a great kids club for our firstborn. There is a fantastic on-site spa for couple’s massages.  Also, an adults-only pool area where all the expectant mothers seemed to congregate. It was quite amazing just how many fellow women in their mid-trimester had landed at this resort.  Many of us taking a final opportunity to read a book poolside in the adults-only area.  It was our last hurrah before we spent the next few years hanging out in the paddle pool chasing a toddler in swimmer nappies!  Check here for current prices at the Radisson Blue Resort.

Penny Reidy from Itchy Feet Family

Our favorite island resort on Fiji was the Mana Island Resort and we saw several pregnant ladies while there.  Our full review is found here Mana Island Resort And Spa, Fiji Review.  We think that it would be a great place for a babymoon in Fiji. We also stayed at the very popular and often discounted Warrick Fiji.  Check here for more information and current rates for the Warrick Fiji.

Alternatively, you can source more information and rates for your babymoon dates here.


Babymoon Destinations in Asia

Where to Babymoon Australia

Bali Babymoon

Bali, the island of the gods and a true tropical paradise is another babymoon destination that is a good option for Australian babymooners!  Apart from the issues of leaving Australian medical care and the risk of tropical diseases, Bali is a truly wonderful babymoon destination.  With a great climate, hotels of all styles, palm trees, Asian food, and the wonderful Balinese people means you shouldn’t immediately rule out a Bali Babymoon!  All that makes this a superb place to spend some special time with your significant other before parenthood hits.

Whether you are looking for 5-star luxury pampering, or are going with a more modest budget, you will get more bang for your buck in Bali than in Australia itself which makes a Babymoon Bali practical as well as beautiful. We love Ubud for its healthy feel, yoga studios, and generally Zen feel.  If we were going to splurge it would be at the Four Seasons Sayan or The Hanging Gardens Of Bali.

If you have already got a little rug rat along for the ride, you might like to review our The Best Bali Family Hotels post.  However, if this is your first,  why not head to trendy Seminyak for a bit of shopping and indulgence?  The Royal Beach Sofitel Seminyak gets good reviews and caught our eye during some browsing.  For a bit of luxurious pampering, we would also head to the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan in Ubud.

Where to Babymoon Australia


Babymoon Singapore

Depending on where you are located in Australia, Singapore is a 5-7 hour flight.  There are many departures from all the top Australian cities making Singapore one of the top babymoon destinations in Asia.  Having your babymoon in Singapore is ideal for the safety and healthcare Singapore offers.  Not to mention all the wonderful attractions.  Shopping, sight-seeing, eating, museums there is enough to do to keep you busy for days.  Also, Singapore has some great spa resorts (all the world-renowned brands) if relaxation is more on your agenda. 

For a memorable stay, consider staying at Marina Bay Sands and take a dip in their famous infinity pool.  If you haven’t seen it you must Google it and check it out. A re they kiddos tagging along on your babymoon in Singapore?  Check out our post What To Do In Singapore With Kids for a full rundown.


What is a Babymoon?

I don’t know when a ‘babymoon’ became a “thing”!  I can’t recall them being popular when I was pregnant with bubs #1 and #2.  So it was definitely something I wanted to do for baby #3.  Just what is a babymoon anyway?  While I’d heard of a babymoon, I didn’t know anyone who had taken one so my first step was to Google and research before using the term, Babymoon. 

In doing this research and considering what would work for us, I also came up with the benefits of a babymoon, as well as tips for planning a babymoon and traveling while pregnant! A babymoon is typically a short getaway or long weekend escape from routine of between 2 and 4 days.  If you are able to, and financially sound, then a week is going to be an amazing babymoon.  The most common and easy definition of “What is a Babymoon” seems to be a ‘last hurrah’ before the baby is born!

What a babymoon is ranges vastly for different people!  Some fit and healthy people have headed off on multi-day hikes in the mountains or along the coast, while all others can manage is sitting inside in the air-conditioning at a hot destination.  A babymoon could be a stay at a nearby hotel (like a staycation); it could be a domestic resort spot or somewhere overseas that you have always wanted to visit.

There is no “one size fits all”formula for ‘what is a babymoon”.  However, in general, it is a holiday that you take with your significant other in order to celebrate the impending birth of your child.

Tips & Considerations for Planning a Babymoon

Health, perhaps for the first time in your life, will become a driving factor in deciding where to babymoon!

1.  Your overall health is very important when planning a babymoon!  If you have any pregnancy risk then a babymoon might put more pressure on yourself and the baby, so perhaps a babymoon is not such a good idea.

2.  Access to health care.  In low risk pregnancies there are less potential problems, but sometimes it is better to be safe than sorry and choose a place where there is ready access to health care.

3.  Travel insurance.  Many companies won’t insure you after a certain amount of weeks.

We like World Nomads for our insurance and they will cover you as long as your trip finishes before the end of your 26th week of pregnancy, and a number of other conditions that you can read about here.

To purchase World Nomads insurance click here.  We have traveled up to 32 weeks pregnant and our insurance policy has covered it, so you need to do your research.

4.  Kids or no kids?  Are you thinking of a couple’s getaway, or are you the type of people that take the kids?


What Did we do for our Babymoon?

For baby number three, as an over 40 year old mother (a geriatric mother!) we found ourselves a little hesitant to head off overseas though the other two pregnancies were almost entirely gestated while out of the country.

We ended up taking a one night getaway by staying in a city hotel close to home. For babies one and two we were in Peru and Nicaragua.  Take a look at these ideas for a babymoon in Machu Picchu!

What Is A Babymoon?
Barcelo Montelimar, Nicaragua, 7 months pregnant


Before Booking your Babymoon

  • If going on flights or out of the country check in with your doctor or obstetrician.
  • Ask them for a letter to enable you to fly (if you are more advanced in pregnancy) as each airline has different rules.  Make sure what you are planning to do will work with their conditions.  For example, with Qantas, after 28 weeks, you need to carry a certificate or letter from a registered medical practitioner or registered midwife confirming certain details, including that it is a not complicated pregnancy.
  • Plan your budget with extra care.  Remember that not only do babies tend to cost money (lots of extra paraphernalia) but you are likely to have reduced income for a period following the birth.  This will depend on personal preference.


What Is A Babymoon?
Learning about anatomy..!!!! Nicaragua


When is the Best Time to Take a Babymoon?

It is generally considered that the best time for a babymoon is during your second trimester, when the initial morning sickness has passed, and you are not too big and heavy.  Also, you don’t want to be focused on nesting which occurs to many women – like an un-naturally strong force -towards the end of their pregnancy.

This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t babymoon in the first or third trimesters.  For this mumma, some of her best weeks were week 30 to 34, so everyone is different.


What You Need to Consider in Babymoon Destinations

How Much Time do You have/can Afford to Take?  For families that already have little ones, a babymoon might just be an overnight stay in a hotel in the city where they live.

Drive or Fly?  There are restrictions on flying over 28 weeks, but there are problems associated with driving too, though it is more budget friendly.  This Mumma just finished a 6 hour road trip recently and looked down and saw very PUFFY swelled ankles!

Plenty of Opportunity to Rest/Easy Access to the Hotel.  At whatever phase of pregnancy, most people tend to tire more easily than when not pregnant.  Not to mention sickness in the early months and aches in the later months.  Therefore it is important you can get back to your hotel to rest if you need.

Pace and Schedule.  A good combination of relaxing, but also keeping in mind that boat trips, early starts or birdwatching trips are all much more difficult with a small baby.  Having a good number of activities is ideal for us!

Enjoy Kid Free Activities.  Don’t forget to enjoy museums or art galleries.  Both are going to become increasingly difficult when you have a baby so take advantage of some quiet time.

Zika, and Other Tropical Diseases.  Zika is a virus spread by the Aedes mosquito, and was headline news a few years ago amongst travellers.  In short, if you contract Zika while pregnant it can cause serious problems for the unborn child.  Worse, a majority of Zika infections don’t cause symptoms and are mild… so you don’t even know you have got it.  Research your destination and decide whether it is worth taking the risk of contracting Zika.  We were in Fiji last year and I was surprised to see the number of women baby mooning, as the Zika virus is listed as being active on Fiji.


babymoon singapore

The Verdict – Babymoon Australia

With fantastic diversity in Australia, from tropical far north Queensland to the verdant hills of Tasmania,  why not stay close to home and explore these great babymoon destinations Australia!  Or if you are looking to travel a little further Bali or New Zealand are top options.  Truly some of the best places for a babymoon can be found in Australia and close by.  If you have other babymoon ideas Australia then please hit us up in the comments with your ideas.

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Hi! We are a multicultural family from Peru, Nicaragua & Australia. We believe adventures can be global – and local – and are one part of our sustainable lifestyle, and raising children who are global eco-citizens.