The Mater

Pre-admission Midwife Appointment

The 45 minute appointment gives you the opportunity to become familiar with the Mater and the midwives who will be providing your care during and after the birth of your baby. You can also discuss any expectations you may have for the pregnancy, birth and early parenting.

We recommend you book this appointment for when you are around 30 weeks. Book in as soon as possible.

The journey to parenthood is a time of change. This appointment provides an opportunity for you to discuss your thoughts and feelings about that change with a specially trained midwife. It also allows us the opportunity to have an extended chat with you, to gauge your emotional well-being and to take you through your support options, should you need them.

We are proud to be working in partnership with The Gidget Foundation, a not for profit organisation, supporting the emotional wellbeing of new parents and their families, while providing education for health professionals and the community.

Our antenatal midwives have appointments available on weekdays and Saturdays.


Book your appointment

All appointments before July 17: Due to the current COVID-19 situation, the Pre-Admission Midwife Appointments will take place via a phone call up until July 17, 2021. To make a booking please call 9900 7690 or email


All appointments after July 17: All bookings made after July 17 will be face-to-face. To make an in-person booking with the midwife, please choose your preferred day below:

Day Appointment times Book
Monday 7:30am – 4:30pm Click Here
Tuesday 7:30am – 2:00pm Click Here
Wednesday 7:30am – 4:30am Click Here
Thursday 7:30am – 8:30am Click Here
Friday 7:30am – 2:00pm Click Here
Saturday 7:30am – 2:00pm Click Here

Mandarin Pre-Admission Midwife Appointments can be made between 7:30am and 2pm on the last Thursday of every month: Click here



The Gidget Foundation aims to promote awareness of perinatal anxiety and depression amongst women and their families, their healthcare providers and the wider community to ensure that those in need receive timely, appropriate and supportive care.