Breastfeeding help when and where you need it

Pregnancy, postnatal care, and breastfeeding help in the comfort of your own home.

Welcome to Natural Transition, where we help you nurture your well-being during pregnancy and postpartum. Whether online or through our personalised home-visiting services, we offer a sanctuary of support and education. Our mission is to guide and empower you through every stage, providing comprehensive resources, expert guidance, and compassionate care to help you through your transition into parenthood with confidence and peace.

Breastfeeding support services – Home visits or online

Feeding your baby can be challenging and sometimes, support, guidance, and the right information can make all the difference. We offer compassionate support to help you feed your baby your way – be it breast, formula, or mixed feeding.

Phone Julie on 0422503908 or email for bookings and inquiries.


LACTATION CONSULTATIONS (initial home or hospital visits)



  • Initial consultation for breastfeeding help in your home or hospital (60-90 minutes)
  • Individualised care plan
  • Check-in phone call (up to 30 minutes)
  • Unlimited follow-up support by email or SMS for 2 weeks
  • Includes travel within the Greater Sydney area
Lactation consultations (initial telehealth consultation)



  • Initial consultation for breastfeeding help online via secure telehealth service (60-90 minutes)
  • Individualised care plan
  • Check-in by phone or telehealth (up to 30 minutes)
  • Unlimited follow-up support by email or SMS for 1 month
Breastfeeding express telehealth consultation



  • Spend 45 minutes in a secure online consultation with an experienced IBCLC lactation consultant for general infant feeding, sleep, and/or healthcare information, reassurance, or guidance.
  • Does not include an individual care plan or follow-up support but these can be purchased separately if needed.

Get in touch

Queries put through this form will be answered within 24 hours and in most cases, much less. If you need immediate help feeding your baby, you can also contact the Australian Breastfeeding Association or the Pregnancy, Birth and Baby Helpline.