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Bluey-Themed Birth Certificates Now Available for Certain Aussies

New South Wales families welcoming a new baby have even more reason to celebrate. Not only do they get to bring home an adorable bundle of joy, but they can also commemorate the exciting birth with an Aussie icon – Bluey!

That’s right NSW folks, Bluey-themed birth certificates are now available through the New South Wales Birth, Deaths and Marriages Registry. Wackadoo!

With the addition of the Bluey-themed birth certificates in NSW, this means that babies born in either New South Wales or Queensland can secure a Bluey birth certificate.

This is because Queensland also has a collection of Bluey certificates, which have been available since 2020. If you had no idea, then join the club! We just discovered them today too!

NSW Bluey birth certificates  

The NSW Bluey collection features three different Bluey-themed birth certificates, all with Bluey, Bingo, Bandit and Chili and that classic Bluey vibe. Each is featured in the new certificates, depicting a family road trip south to New South Wales, the family outside their classic Queenslander home and building sandcastles during a day at the beach.

Bluey birth certificates in NSW
Source: NSW.gov.au

A NSW commemorative Bluey certificate on its own will set you back $41 or you can get both the standard birth certificate (which you will need), plus the Bluey-themed birth certificate for $87. The commemorative birth certificates aren’t able to be used as a replacement for the official version of the document.

QLD Bluey birth certificates also available

The QLD Bluey collection features an additional three Bluey-themed certificates, one with Bluey in front of their Brisbane house, one with Bluey jumping for joy, and one of the entire Blue Heeler family at the beach. In QLD, the cost for a commemorative Bluey birth certificate is $28.50.

Bluey birth certificates in QLD
Source: QLD.gov.au

The Heeler birth certificate collection is only one of the many options available across all states.

In NSW you’ve got a pretty good collection of cute commemorative birth certificates to choose from including every NRL team, an adorable May Gibbs collection and several more.

May Gibbs commemorative birth certificates
Source: NSW.gov.au

In Victoria, you can choose from AFL-themed birth certificates, as well as rainbow designs and a few bird designs. In Queensland, there are several different designs to choose from including heaps of sports-related options.

NSW commemorative birth certificates - NRL themed
Source: NSW.gov.au

South Australia is all about the animals with several animal-inspired birth certificates including a panda, a bear, a bunny, and a giraffe while Western Australia offers new parents a landscape, floral, and wildlife option. None are quite as awesome as Bluey.

The perfect addition to any Bluey bedroom

While commemorative birth certificates can’t be used as an official document, they are a great keepsake and also add something cute to the nursery. If you are doing a BLuey-themed bedroom or nursery, then you could always frame the Bluey birth certificate and use it as wall art.

Have a look at some of our favourite Bluey-themed bedroom ideas and decor that we’ve uncovered on the interwebs.

Adairs and Spotlight both have a lovely Bluey section but you can also find pretty much anything Bluey-inspired through eBay, Amazon and Etsy. Big W also have a range of Bluey bedding as does Target and Myer. 

Bluey bedroom decor at Myer
Source: Myer
Bluey bedroom decor at Adairs
Source: Adairs

Check out these awesome Bluey-themed bedrooms too which are inspired by Bluey and Bingo’s bedroom on the show. So cool!

Bluey birthday party ideas 

Be sure to check out our Bluey birthday party inspiration guides too:

 

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Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.

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