Welcome to Mater Mothers

Since 1960, Mater Mothers has been priviledged to play a special role in many families' beautiful moments everyday - we would love to be part of yours.

Mater Mothers' Hospitals is one of Australia’s largest and most experienced maternity service providers, delivering more than 10 000 babies every year. We share in these beautiful moments across two leading private maternity hospitals, Mater Mothers’ Private Brisbane and Mater Mothers’ Private Redland as well as a public maternity hospital in South Brisbane. 

Featuring state-of-the-art facilities and access to a comprehensive selection of support servicesMater Mothers’ Hospitals is second-to-none when it comes to providing compassionate and holistic care.  

Are you expecting? Congratulations!

The first step is to visit your GP for a check-up to confirm your pregnancy and request a referral to one of our maternity hospitals.  

If you plan to have your baby at Mater Mothers Private Brisbane or Mater Mothers Private Redland, you will need to ask your GP to refer you to a private obstetrician who practices at Mater.  Prior to your GP visit, it is helpful for you to know which obstetrician you want to manage your private maternity care.  

Learn more about the private obstetricians who practice at Mater.

Providing exceptional care and support every step of the way!

Mater Mothers is committed to providing the very best maternity care, welcoming each new baby into the world and supporting each family. 

With a new baby, it's a whole new universe that we'd like to help you explore and right here is the perfect place to start.

Latest News

The world of NICU for the first day or two was like what I imagine walking on the moon to be, very lonely, cold, incredibly risky, fearful and beautiful, an achievement just to...

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Life as a NICU dad

Following detailed review, Mater is pleased to announce recruitment for the RIDSTRESS study has recommenced.

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03
Sep

Recommencement of the RIDSTRESS (Sildenafil/Viagra) trial

Ben Turner is one very Proud Mater Dad. Life has given him new meaning since becoming a dad to his two Mater little miracles Ruby and Zoe, who were born prematurely at 28 weeks...

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27
Aug

How two Mater little miracles changed my life

Do you remember baby Solomon (Solly)? Born at 25 weeks on 22 March 2016, little Solly spent 100 days in Mater Mothers’ Hospitals Neonatal Critical Care Unit (NCCU). Two...

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27
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Solly hits his stride without a backward glance

Mater mum Laurisse Luke sits quietly to the side of the room as five months old Wilhelmina naps in her arms at their Parenting Support Centre Parent Education Program (PEP...

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23
Aug

Parenting Support Centre welcomes 3 000th visitor

It’s Speech Pathology Week and we’ve consulted with our Mater Mothers’ Hospitals experts to find out why babies might need a speech pathologist and some...

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22
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Speech Pathology Week

Mater Research is planning the largest group cohort study in the state since the 1980s, aiming to follow 10 000 Queensland families over three decades, in collaboration with...

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09
Aug

Mater Research planning for largest cohort study in Queensland

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03
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Surviving breastfeeding and dinner preparations

Snacks are an excellent way to meet your nutrition needs when breastfeeding. But before you reach for the chips or biscuits - check out these alternatives.

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Need snack ideas while breastfeeding?


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