Baby Sensory Canberra ACT

0423713222 canberra-act@babysensory.com


Welcome to Baby Sensory, Canberra!

Our multi-award winning classes will introduce you and your baby (or babies) to a wonderful world of sensory delights, where you can relax, spend quality time with each other and enjoy meeting other new parents. Each class runs for 50 minutes and you'll never experience the same class twice.

What is Baby Sensory?

Baby Sensory has been specifically designed for babies from birth to 13 months, to aid your child's development. The classes are filled with an incredible variety of sounds, smells, sights, textures, music, dance, singing and more.

We take you and your baby on an exciting sensory journey during the 10 week term. Our activities are designed to open up your baby's world to the delights of massage, movement, visual stimulation, music, instruments, sign language, textures, puppet shows and so much more! 

Every week is different, meaning you leave class each week armed with new songs and activities to help entertain your baby and support their development during your time together at home.

Where is it located?

We run out of the hall next to St Peter’s Anglican Church, Weston. The address is 1 Watling Place, Weston, ACT, 2611. 

 

How do I book?

Scroll down to view the class timetable. Simply click "Book Now" to secure your place in your preferred class. The cost is $260 for the 10 week term. 

 

If you experience any difficulties during the booking process, please contact me via email on

canberra-act@babysensory.com and I can assist you with your booking.

 

Can I join mid-term?

Absolutely! You can join our magical Baby Sensory classes at any time. As every week is different, it doesn’t matter when you start. If we have a spot available, register and join us.

 

Make sure you are following our social media pages for updates and to also see what a Baby Sensory class looks like!

Instagram-@babysensorycanberra

Facebook-@babysensorycanberraACT



Timetable

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