We are a group of volunteers who are here to help you, from the beginning of your pregnancy journey to well after the birth.

When you’re facing a crisis pregnancy and need someone to talk to, or if you are feeling scared or alone, contact us. You don’t have to do this journey alone.


Mum, grandmother, former RN and Midwife. Nadia has completed the Telephone Support Worker Course with Pregnancy Help Sydney.


Ula is a wife, mother, and grandmother who is passionate about working alongside women who need help. Ula's hope is that her support will make a difference in young women's lives.


Beth is a mum who holds a Bachelor of Social Work and has completed the perinatal non-directive counselling training course through the Australian Psychological Society.


Mum, grandmother, passionate about helping women and their families as a support.


Nathalia is one of our Hope House volunteers. She has a Bachelor's degree in Public Health and is passionate about helping young women and families. She is currently studying to become a high school teacher.


A Hope House volunteer, Jamie has worked in administration for many years. She's now assisting with the Hope House officework side of things.


One of our HopeHouse volunteers. Patrick is in his final year of university studying the Bachelor of Speech Pathology and volunteers as a men's support worker.

The chairman is Rev. Dr Peter Barnes, a Presbyterian minister and lecturer in Church History, with a long-term involvement in pro-life issues.