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Mater Mothers Guinness World Record Attempt
Mater Mothers Guinness World Record Attempt

MATER Mothers' Hospitals are hosting a Guinness World Record Attempt to break the world record for the largest gathering of expectant mothers on Sunday 4 November at South Bank parklands.

Participants do not need to be birthing at Mater Mothers' Hospitals however they do need to be a minimum of 12 weeks pregnant on the day of the event.

Mater Mothers 'Beautiful Moments' Guinness World Record Attempt will be held at South Bank's Piazza, which boasts a large amphitheatre with a seating capacity of over 2000 to accommodate expectant mothers on the day.

Entertainment and activities for partners and children will be provided at South Bank Riverside Green (next to the Piazza).

To take part in the Guinness World Record attempt, please register at www.mater.org.au.
 




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