How to Join

You can join the Inner West Multiple Birth Association via this link. If you have any issues with joining, you can contact IWMBA's Membership Secretary

Membership Fees & Payment

The annual membership covers the period of 12 months.

Family Membership $40
Family Membership
(for those with school-aged multiples)

Who Can Join

Parents or expectant parents of twins, triplets, or higher order multiples who live in Sydney’s Inner West may join our club. Our region covers (approximately) from Erskineville and St Peters in the east to Auburn and Berala in the west, and from the Parramatta River in the north to Punchbowl and Belmore in the south. The Princes Highway at Tempe, Canterbury Road at Punchbowl, Joseph Street at Berala and Silverwater Road at Silverwater provide an approximate guide to the club's area.

People living outside the area are also welcome to join (and we currently have members living outside Sydney's inner west).

If you would like to find your local club, check AMBA's Online Club Finder.

Why Become a Member

IWMBA is a voluntary, non-profit organisation that can offer support and advice to our members through a number of social occasions and a regular newsletter. 

Some of the benefits of joining the club include:

  • Receive our wonderful monthly newsletter. 
  • Attend Social Functions, where you can meet and share your experiences with other parents with multiples. 
  • Attend or host a coffee morning and meet other multiples parents. Many friendships have been made through these coffee mornings.
  • Attend luncheons for new/expectant parents. 
  • Hire equipment such as prams, electric breast pumps, feeding pillows from the club.
  • Attend talks & courses organized through our association.
  • Sell or buy pre-loved goods through our Newsletter and/or garage sale.
  • Receive discounts from our preferred retailers.
  • Be part of the Australian Multiple Birth Association, a national group advancing the needs of all multiple birth families.
  • Be a part of an Association where we all have at least one thing in common: being a parent of multiples!