If you see a Baby Care Room symbol it means the room has been accredited by the Australian Breastfeeding Association. The following list of rooms around Hobart have met these minimum standards, the room: is convenient, quiet, private and comfortable to feed,is clean and safe to change nappies, has hot and cold water and waste disposal and is smoke free. As well as many accredited Baby Care Rooms around the Hobart area, there are also some three star and five star rooms with extra features. These may include: air-conditioning, public phone, TV, video, toys or a secure play area for children, high chair, drinking water, tea and coffee facilities, kettle or microwave, toddler toilet or easy pram access.
Community Health Service ★★★★★ 2 Terry Street
Centrepoint Arcade ★★★ lower level, 70 Murray Street (separate toilets)
Myer ★★★★★ First Floor Murray Street
Shoreline Shopping Centre ★★★ Shoreline Drive
Kingborough Community Health Centre, 29 John Street
Community, Family & Child Health Service (Mon-Thu), lower level Hospital-side entrance, Circle Street
Family & Child Health Centre ★★★★★ 29 Strahan Street
Eastlands Shopping Centre, Bligh Street, lower-level east end AND upper-level west end
Clarence Community Health Centre ★★★ 16 Bayfield Street
University of Tasmania, Student Union Building, Churchill Avenue Family & Child Health Service (uni), through car park at end of Grace Street
Other places where a change table is available but hasn′t been accredited include:
Hobart Lending Library. Ask for the key to the Children's Toilet at the desk in the Lending Library.
MacDonalds. Change table in the disabled toilet.
Woolworths, Sandy Bay. You will need to ask at the Customer Service Desk for the key. Marieville Esplanade Public Toilets. Basic changing facility in the Disabled Toilet.