Win a Dreambaby StrollAway – store your stroller with ease!

I’ve teamed up with Dreambaby and we’re giving you the chance to win a Dreambaby StrollAway! There will be three winners.

The Dreambaby StrollAway

With almost 20 years’ experience as a trusted child safety brand, Dreambaby® are are also a market leader in innovation.

The Dreambaby StrollAway is a perfect example of this!

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The Dreambaby StrollAway!

It’s a new and ingenious space-saving storage solution. You can hang up your baby’s stroller neatly over a door when it isn’t in use. So no more cluttering up the hallway, garage or leaving it outside!

For families short on space, this can make life so much easier. No more tripping over your stroller or risking your little ones trapping their fingers.

For narrower doors, a foam spacer is included. The Dreambaby StrollAway is heavy duty and can hold up to 22.5kg/50lbs – check the weight of your stroller.

For more info, visit the Dreambaby website here.

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What’s your best advice for keeping your child safe when you’re travelling?

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  1. Open to Australian residents only.
  2. Giveaway closes on October 1st 2017.
  3. Winner will be announced here after October 2nd 2017.
  4. Game of skill – be original or creative in your answer!

Good luck if you enter this Dreambaby StrollAway giveaway!



  1. Kylie T
    30th September 2017 / 9:37 pm

    Dreambaby inspiration keeps bub safe and sound
    With creative practicality for travelling all around
    From wondrous car safety to out and about
    Ingenuity that families could not do without
    It captivates hearts and brightens every day
    Thank you for the many smiles you send our way!

  2. Toni C
    25th September 2017 / 8:58 pm

    Always make sure your car seat is installed properly. I know it’s been said but it’s worth saying again. Also, a second tip is to check the brakes on your pram or stroller (and actually use them!) Two tips for the price of one ;-)

  3. melinda roche
    22nd September 2017 / 12:35 pm

    watch them like a hawk…

  4. Alexandra
    20th September 2017 / 10:45 am

    I keep my 2 year old daughter on reins when she isn’t in her stroller. It only takes a split second for a child to enter the road which they have no comprehension of the danger. Being on reins give her freedom but gives me piece of mind.

  5. Dee @campingwithbub
    20th September 2017 / 10:35 am

    I keep his restrained in a stroller. He’s such a little monkey and runs away as soon as he is free so until he’s a little bit older and can understand road safety and stranger danger we are keeping him safe and sound at our feet ?

  6. 20th September 2017 / 10:17 am

    Snacks! My son has always been a wanderer, but keeping him distracted with food (or toys, but mostly food) stopped him trying to escape or disappearing something caught his eye.

  7. 17th September 2017 / 3:02 pm

    Research – always check transport and destination advice before leaving
    Review – write a list and check it twice
    Relax – most importantly….holidays are meant for enjoyment!

  8. Rachel K
    16th September 2017 / 2:42 am

    Ensure they always wear shoes! Parasitic infections are a problem in some countries, and kids are especially prone because they tend to put their hands on their mouths and run around barefoot. Always wear thongs during a shower in a caravan park to avoid catching tinea etc. and also use plenty of hand sanitiser or sterile wipes.

  9. Em Mahr
    16th September 2017 / 2:10 am

    When travelling in busy places like airports, I always pin my contact info to my child’s clothing. I also think it’s important to get car seat safety check completed once a year.

  10. Karina Lee
    15th September 2017 / 11:16 pm

    When I am in a super crowded area, I will pick up my kids (who are only 1 and 3) and carry them around so they are safe and close with me. Even if it breaks my back!

  11. Erin Bond
    15th September 2017 / 11:38 am

    When traveling you should always expect the unexpected. Kids wander off before you even realise whats happened, and being in a new place you should always have some kid of ID on your kids bodies so people know who they are, if they are old enough you should specify a meet up spot if anyone gets lost. Also keeping hold of you childs hand in busy areas is a must!
    it may seem a little over the top but i like to keep a backpack on my kids with an old mobile phone inside, this has gps capabilities so i can track where the phone is if necessary, and with my older kids they can use the phone to contact me if needed.

  12. Paula H
    13th September 2017 / 8:21 am

    At 3 years old, he always hold my hand when we’re out and about. He is always sun-safe too with a wide brimmed hat and plenty of sunscreen.

  13. Blake haugen
    12th September 2017 / 8:50 pm

    With a crawling baby, hes safer in his pusher and as close to me as possible. Strapped in and secure.

  14. JenJen
    12th September 2017 / 1:06 pm

    If we’re going somewhere with big crowds i dress my son in really bright clothes so he stands out…because I’m the kind of parent that starts panicking as soon as i can’t see my kid.

  15. Dawn Taylor
    12th September 2017 / 12:28 pm

    Make sure all car and booster seats are installed correctly, and never let being strapped into their car seat a negotiable subject, for a drive around the block, or hundreds of kilometres, you get strapped in.

  16. 12th September 2017 / 12:17 pm

    I always write my name and phone number on my children’s arms when in a busy environment like an airport or somthing, that way if we ever get seperate I hope some nice person would return my child.. thankfully it hasn’t happened yet.

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