Baby Shops Sunshine Coast | Finding the Perfect Little Gift
When it comes to baby shops Sunshine Coast – we know what we’re talking about! Here are the top spots for the top gifts for expectant or new parents.
Baby shops on the Sunshine Coast
A baby shower for a work colleague. Visiting a friend in the hospital after they’ve had a new baby. That all important first birthday party. These are the occasions when you need to find just that perfect thing to let someone know how excited you are for their new addition and to help them plan their new life! Baby shops Sunshine Coast offer a great range of options for local and visiting families – where will you be going?
Baby shops Sunshine Coast – Caloundra
Check out our favourite baby shops in Caloundra!
My Teddy are based in Caloundra and create, stock and ship personalised gift bears to all over Australia! The quality, attention to detail and speedy service at My Teddy make this a great choice if you’re looking for baby shops Sunshine Coast that won’t break the budget. They’ve got bears available in store too! Check them out!
Baby shops Sunshine Coast – Buderim
Check out our favourite baby shops in Buderim!
House of Bambini
House of Bambini stock lovely clothing for babies and children. They’re quite a small business but as a result their merchandise stands out from competitors. Definitely worth a check!
Address: 1 Heracles Ct, Buderim QLD 4556
Phone: (07) 5445 6590
Kuddly Kids have a LOT of stock for a LOT of different tastes, styles and budgets. From teeny tiny baby gifts to fairy dresses for an older child – this is one of our top baby shops Sunshine Coast style!
Address: Shop 14, 86 Burnett St, Buderim QLD 4556
Phone: (07) 5445 2486
Baby shops Sunshine Coast – Maroochydore
Check out our favourite baby shops in Maroochydore!
Only the coolest toys for the coolest of kids! This is the little-shop-that-could so dash on in!
Address: Rovera Plaza, Cotton Tree Parade, Cotton Tree QLD 4558
Phone: (07) 5451 1105
Toys R Us – Sunshine Plaza
This is the big one! Toys R Us have a HUGE range of new-baby-appropriate gifts, nursery fittings and essentials for new parents. If you want it, it’s here! Trust us. Check them out…
Address: Sunshine Plaza, Plaza Parada, Maroochydoore QLD 4558
Phone: (07) 5313 6017
Website: click here
Baby shops Sunshine Coast – Noosa
Check out our favourite baby shops in Noosa!
Bubs Baby Shops are one of Australia’s biggest retail leaders in this industry. Their Noosa store is their ’boutique’ version – making it perfect for teeny tiny gifts for local bubs! Come in and see what all the fuss is about.
This awesome store (check out that style!) also do a lot of their business online so you don’t need to be IN Noosa to make the most of it! Click through to see what’s on offer.
The organic store is the home of wellness in the Noosa area. Their home and beauty range has to be seen to be believed. In addition to their other stock, their range of baby and child friendly and fun products makes this a stand-out choice amongst baby shops Sunshine Coast.
The Sandpit Kids Boutique – permanently closed
This gorgeous store in Caloundra is a veritable wonderland of beautiful, unique baby gifts. If you want your gift to stand out from the crowd then make sure a stop here is at the top of your list!
Nimble Stitches – permanently closed
A traditional choice for a gift or something to mark a special occasion. Nimble Stitches specialise in heirloom style clothing – think christenings, first Christmas dresses and the like.
65 Burnett St, Buderim QLD 4556
(07) 5476 6495
Finn & Dash Toys – permanently closed
Did we miss any? Please let us know in the comments and we’ll happily add them to our list. Happy shopping!
Money-saving tips for baby shopping
Check out these top tips for saving money and spending wisely when you’re shopping for a new baby – all from parents who’ve been through it and know exactly where the savings can be made.
1. Ask around
When you’re pregnant you feel like you want to buy everything…. But you don’t use it all. Like the Moses basket, the baby bath and all the cute newborn outfits. Now I wish I’d saved my money and just b
2. Think before you buy
Before you buy something big and expensive, think really carefully about how you’d use it.
3. Buy second hand
Get as much as you can second hand. Check out local buy sell and swap groups to see what is on offer.
4. Shop around
If you do buy anything new don’t ever pay the full price – you don’t need to. Shop in the sales – there’s always a sale on somewhere.
5. Consider reusable nappies
It could cost around $16, 000 in the first year of babies life, so don’t go overboard on disposable nappies if you don’t have to!
Reusable nappies are not for everybody and some like to use a mixture of reusable and disposable, which has an impact on cost savings.
6. Borrow stuff
Don’t be afraid to ask family and friends if they’ve got any spare baby things you can borrow. You can always give it back to them if they ever need it again. Most of the people are happy to see their stuff being put to good use.
7. Don’t stockpile
Don’t bother stockpiling anything, not even nappies or wipes, because you don’t know what you’re going to need. It’s better just to buy enough for the first few days and start putting away some money each week instead.
8. Make the most of freebies
Check online to see who is offering new parents freebies and samples!
9. Don’t go baby clothes shopping
Don’t buy lots of baby clothes. You only need to get one set of vests, sleep suits, etc in newborn size. The baby will grow out of them so quickly. And people are very generous when you have a baby. Everyone seems to love buying baby clothes.
10. Re-sell anything you don’t need
If you’re buying baby equipment, hang on to the boxes if you’ve got the space. Also, don’t take the labels off new baby clothes until you use them (you’ll be surprised how many tiny outfits don’t get worn). These will mean you can get a better price when you sell them on. But make sure you really won’t need them again. You don’t want to buy it all again if you have another baby.
If you are looking to move to the Sunshine Coast, we have a guide on that too!