Looking for interesting parent groups currently operating in Brisbane.

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Klt Mar 30, 2016
Surfing Mums
I recently heard about this on the radio. Such a great concept. It was started by a mum that was struggling to get back into the surf after having children. The group takes turns in looking after children on the beach so everyone gets an opportunity to surf. It has a really lovely community feel to the group so if you are a surf lover you should definitely check it out. See the website for your nearest location.
http://surfingmums.com/
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Summertime Apr 04, 2016
Have you heard of the website meetup.com?
A FREE site, no fees as the website makes money from the group organisers. You just need to register with an account from a registered email address.
Here are the groups I found in Melbourne relevant to families and parenting.

- New Mothers Group for Professional Women in Brisbane
- Mums & Bubs Friendship Circle
- Algester-Calamvale-Sunnybank Southern Suburbs Mother’s Group
- Kippa Ring stay-at-home Mum’s Group
- West Brisbane single mums meetup
- Northside Mum’s Surviving Motherhood
- Playdates for the kids and the parents! Northside
- Fun Busy Kids with Single Parents
- Brisbane South Chinese Mummies
- Mother’s Group for New Mums - West Brisbane
- The Coffee Catch Up: Inner East & Manly/Wynnum areas
- Brisbane Homeschool Kids Meetup
- Family Estrangement/No Family Friendship Group (Brisbane)
- Baby Booty Camp: New Farm Park
- Empowered Parents: Confident Kids Brisbane
- Spanish Playgroup
- Brisbane Mums Yoga Meetup (Mums & Bubs/Mums & Tots Yoga)
- Active Brisbane Single Parents
- New Mums of Brisbane South
- Mum’s of Albany Creek and surrounds
- Northside Mummas with Bubs born July (Oct 2015)
- Northside Mummies Group with a Business Opportunity
- Brisbane Know your child meetup: Art of Living
- Brisbane International Moms and moms to be
- Parenting for Influence
- Brisbane Blokes with Kids
- Brisbane Dads4Dads
- Redlands stay-at-home Moms Meetup
- South Brisbane Moorooka and surrounds Parents Meetup
- Brisbane Parents of Teenagers and Pre-Teens
- Couples without kids (Northside Brisbane)
- Dads who want to reach out and reconnect with their sons
- Mums Meet Up/Playgroup Brisbane inner city/Spring Hill
- The Power of One
- Struggling with Youth Workshop/Support Group
- Brisbane Babies in Arms: 12 months to 2 years toddler group
- Brisbane Breastfeeding Group
- Northside Bump, Boob and Beyond Support Group
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KaTra Apr 05, 2016
Joining a playgroup could be an option. Search the below website for one convenient for you.
www.playgroupqueensland.com.au/
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