Best Travel Cots 2017 | Review

By Baby Village on 23 November 2017



Whether you're flying to visit family for Christmas or going camping with your little ones, a travel cot is going to make the trip easier and more comfortable! We've reviewed three of the most popular travel cots on the market to help you decide which will best suit your needs.

BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light - a compact, portable baby cot that folds out in a single movement and weighs only 6kgs!

Nuna Sena Portacot - with it's unique zigzag legs, you can pop the cot open quickly and easily, then fold away with one hand!

Vee Bee Amado Travel Cot - weighing in at just under 4kgs this travel cot is conveniently sized and perfect for quick getaways with a handy carry bag!

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Baby Village
19/11/2017
Thanks for all your fantastic entries! This competition is now closed and the winner will be announced shortly!
Evelyn
16/11/2017
I will likely go to my aunty''s farm in rural NSW, where we go often. We''ll be driving there, as always. I think the BabyBjorn cot would be ideal, because of the mesh sides and lightweight portability!
Danielle Lopaten
16/11/2017
Vee bee . And drive to our family shack at wedge island
Marshellin
16/11/2017
Hi dear, we are going to Indonesia for a month to visit grandparents and big family, on december. its only me and my LO going, so i would love to have the baby bjorn, its light and compacts. Really need this as my LO doesn''t sleep with me. Thank you
Lauren
16/11/2017
We are heading to a shack at Christmas with family that is 300km away from our home. We are travelling by car and have limited space in our sedan. With two car seats, Christmas presents, clothes and we also need to fit a travel cot. BabyBjorn Travel light cot. I love how it packs into a slimline bag, making it perfect to store at the bottom of the boot. Another plus is that this cot will be suitable for my daughter until she reaches 3yrs or can climb out of a cot! We travel monthly as our families are 200km and 300km away and this will be so convenient! And I would love to take this to Port Douglas at Easter next year, it would save the $18 daily cot charge!
Frank
16/11/2017
The BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light would be ideal for our holiday to Japan. We are flying there next year and the lightness and portability of this cot would be perfect as we''ll also be carrying our snowboards as well.
Mylene NM
16/11/2017
We are going to QLD for a holiday to visit the grandparents. It will be lovely 😊 to win your baby Bjorn as it is light , compact , and can be used up to 3 yrs of age. My son is now 8 Months. This cot will do a long way for us and we can also use it as his playpen/baby bed during the day for him to play/sleep.
KAte Fieramosca
16/11/2017
Would love the babybjorn travel cot light for our first trip away with our 9month old. We are going by the car to the Hunter Valley cause mumma needs a wine!! This cot would suit us, as we have a 2.5 year old and don’t have heaps of space in the car and in the hotel room so we need slight weight cot that’s easy to use, store and has maximum comfort for our little dude.
Amber Yao
15/11/2017
We have a four month old baby girl and she’s just beautiful and sweet. We are planning to take her back to my hometown - China early next year to visit my family. They all very keen to see her! We love this Luna Sena Portacot and believe it is exactly what we need for a long overseas trip. Fingers crossed for that! Amber
Helen Cobuccio
14/11/2017
Hi, we are going to the seaside by car over the holidays with family. The Nuna sena portacot would be perfect to use for my 1 yr old daughter. Cheers.
Coline Morel
14/11/2017
We are planning an extended holiday across 4 countries (France, Italy, USA and Hong Kong) with our newborn in a few months and judging by the video, the Babybjorn would be the best option: light, easy to unfold, but comfortable enough for baby to sleep for several nights in a row!
Jessika Ayres
14/11/2017
We are off to Bali in two weeks, New Zealand next March and America April 2019! We also try to go camping once a month so these travel cost would be amazing!! We have been looking at the Baby Bjorn travel cot but it’s quite pricey - babies are expensive little humans! We would love a travel cot for little Archer to sleep tight in on all of our little adventures around Queensland (and the world!)!
Andrew
14/11/2017
My wife and I are having our wedding overseas next year in NZ, and will be away for over a month in total at my parents. A travel cot means one less thing to worry about as I doubt mum and dad have kept my cot around for the last three decades!
Michaela
14/11/2017
We are off on a big trip this Christmas for Ella our 4 month old daughter to meet her grandparents. First stop we be flying to New Jersey, for Ella to get spoiled by her grandparents and great grandma. Than we will fly to Germany which be a first not only for my daughter but also my husband. Again Ella will get to meet her other grandparents. During our stay we will be visiting multiple places in Europe. So therefore the BabyBjorn Travel cot will not only be handy to travel by air but also by car. And our little bubba will have a nice comfy bed away from home that will be sturdy and easy for her to get use to while we away for over 4 weeks. We just love how light yet still very comfortable this travel for will be for our little peanut. Thank you for sharing the video and recommendations which we find extremely useful. Regardless if we win or not it’s now allowed us to make an easy choice on which cot to get for our trip and many more to follow. Thank you very much for the opportunity. Fingers crossed Ella wins a beautiful cot. X
Beth Shearston
13/11/2017
My husband, I and our gorgeous 8 month old baby girl are dreaming of heading over to Canada to visit my husband’s sister and brother, who both currently live there. They both have yet to meet our little one who is the first of the next generation on my husband’s side. The baby bjorn sounds like the ideal travel cot for us as we need something comfortable, durable, relatively light weight and easy to pack away and carry, both in a car and on a plane. Fingers crossed =)
Amanda D
13/11/2017
We are heading to Japan for our friends wedding It’ll be at the snows The vee bee travel cot weighing at 4kg would be perfect for that escape for our 2month old baby
Stacey Lawson
13/11/2017
We have booked a Christmas family holiday at Burleigh Heads, driving up over a few days the Baby Bjorn cot would be great as it would be used regularly over a two week period by our 6 month old bub. The ease of portability as well as a comfy mattress is what we’re looking for in a travel cot.
Gianna Baldwin
13/11/2017
I am thinking of going overseas with a little person and think the compact light BabyBjorn travel cot would be excellent especially as it suits a wider age group, is light, folds up for easy travel and has a mattress. I love it’s style and flexibility.
Fiona Bastian
13/11/2017
Our next trip is to visit my parents in law for our 10 month old''s Christmas in the southwest Queensland. It''s kind of a tricky one, as we will be travelling across two states by car (15 hours!) to get there, spending a week there, and then flying back from Brisbane. We''ll stop two nights in the car at B&Bs on the way. For this reason we''ll need something that''s great on a plane and in a car, suits an infant, is comfortable for longer periods, and is quick and simple to put up and down, and from your video I think the Baby Bjorn would be perfect! We currently have a bulky older portacot that takes up a lot of room and from what I see in the video, the Baby Bjorn would be much easier to travel with, way more convenient, and more comfortable.
Pei She Cheong
13/11/2017
1) we would travel to Malaysia on 2 December 2017. 2) we take airaisa back to my home town-Malaysia. 3) If i could win the travel cot, is more much easy For me. As this is my first time bring my little girl(12 months old) back to Malaysia see her grandparent, and we will celebrate her 1 old yrs birthday and christmas at Malaysia. Wish i could win the travel cot.
Sheridan
13/11/2017
I would love one of these travel cots as we are planning a driving holiday around Australia mid next year. This will Be baby’s first time away. The Vee Dee amado travel cot would make the trip easier and more enjoyable.
Jessie Muscat
12/11/2017
My little bubba is due one March. I don’t have any holiday planned yet but I would love to take my little one camping around this time next year when she’s older! I’d love any of the cots they all sound great!
Natarsha Single
12/11/2017
The nuna sena portacot would be perfect for our trip to visit the family in rural NSW for babies first Christmas (we are driving the 6hours from Sydney). I love that it is slightly elevated off the ground with the newborn option as the last cot we borrowed was on the ground and hurt my husband and my backs
Elise
12/11/2017
We would love any of the 3 vote but the Nuna would probably suit us best. Baby is due in less than 2 weeks and our first trip will be a 9 hour roadtrip with mummy, daddy, new baby and our 2 beautiful dogs out to my family''s sheep farm in central QLD to meet the his or her grandparents! With limited car space this cot will be perfect for the farm stay over Christmas (baby''s first Xmas) 😍
Anna
12/11/2017
We''ve always dreamt of taking bub to Hawaii, A relaxing family holiday, just low key! We''d fly across the world, A magical holiday for our girl, But of course, we''d need a travel cot, The Baby Bjorn would help a lot! The comfortable mattress and ease of use We''d love to travel with it, any excuse 🙊!
Sarah Taletawa
12/11/2017
My husband and I are taking our 14 month old son to Fiji over Christmas to meet his family for the first time. Our current portacot is very heavy and bulky. I think the baby Bjorn would best suit our needs for travelling on the plane and carrying it around with our luggage. The full mesh sides are comforting knowing there would be good airflow for the hot Fiji nights and days. Since it''s so light it would be easy to move from our accommodation to bring to the family house for our sons daytime nap. And being quick to assemble gives us more time to enjoy our family time!
Renae LOFTHOUSE
11/11/2017
We are going on our first family holiday over christmas break with our 4 month old. We need a porta cot and the nuna would suit us great and while we''re not away it can be left agg the grandparents!
Pei Kee Soo
11/11/2017
- Camping at Warburton - By car - Babybjorn Travel Cot Light
Christine
11/11/2017
My fiancĂ© and I don’t really travel too far so weight wouldn’t be an issue so much as being able to have something comfortable and off the ground to help with comfort and having to reach to the floor might be difficult for a short person like myself so we really like the idea of the Nuna cot 😊
Jana
11/11/2017
We''re planning to head to the Greek islands in May 2018 with our little girl who will be 6 months old. We will be flying to Greece and then catching a ferry to the island of Paros. The light weight Baby Bjorn travel cot will be perfect for travelling and sleeping 😊
Ashleigh
10/11/2017
Our next trip away from home will be in January we are going to have our 2nd baby. We have to go a long way from home as our new baby has heart problems which are very rare. We will probably have to fly as we have quiet away to go so one of these would be ideal for air travel. To win the baby bjorn travel cot light would make our trip so much easier with out 1 year old. We would know she is safe and happy in something of her own and give her the comfort of been at home while we are away for a long period of time. It really would make life easier to keep the routine the same and keep life in such a dificult time for all of us as normal for our 1 year old as possible.
Kirsty Sinclair
10/11/2017
I would take my little one back to Scotland so she can spend time with her cousins. The BabyBjorn would be perfect as we always try and do another part of Europe when we are there and she loves to travel!
Chloe
10/11/2017
We would love to fly to Northshore Hawaii ! Back to our honeymoon spot but now with our little baby boy who is 14 months old. We would love the chance to win a baby bjorn travel cot - we had the baby bjorn bassinet, carrier and bouncer and I just love them all 💙 Super comfy for baby and stylish for mama. At least then we won''t have an extra little monkey sleeping in top of us in the bed 😂
Emil Hovgaard
10/11/2017
Hello! First time dad and looking forward to traveling to Europe with my wife and (will be) seven-week-old daughter for Christmas. As I''ll be carrying the luggage, would be handy to have the lightweight and portable BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light. Too easy!
Mandi Gourley
10/11/2017
Our firstborn is due around Christmas time! We''re taking him to the States in March 2018 to meet his grandparents and all his many uncles!! The Baby Bjorn Travel Cot has been on our wish list for ages. Having family spread out between the States and Australia, we''re hoping to get our little guy used to traveling both by plane and by car. Having a safe and durable yet comfortable and practical travel cot would be amazing - baby would be happy and cozy and Mom and Dad will sleep more soundly knowing he is safe and sound :)
Louisa Glendenning
10/11/2017
We are going to Manyana, NSW for a relaxing weekend in a beach house with friends and our beautiful 5 month old daughter to celebrate my husbands 40th birthday. We will be driving there. The Nuba Sena would be amazing as it would save my already aching back with the dual level.
Tegan Simmonds
10/11/2017
My partner works away in a fly in, fly out position. So when he''s home we like to make the most of our family time and take short trips away, we usually travel by car and our accommodation varies but we love to camp. Our baby is newborn so the best option for us would be the Nuna travel cot. The dual height option is perfect and the off the ground mattress makes it perfect for camping on bumpy terrain!
Laura Purdie
10/11/2017
We will be travelling from Australia to Scotland next year with a young baby approximately 5 months old! We will be taking 3 flights there and back with one stop over in between! It will be costly and lengthy! I think the Baby Bjorn Travel Cot Light looks like the most sensible travel cot for taking on flights. We will be there for a few weeks so the cot needs to be comfortable. We currently do not own a travel cot, this would be one less thing to think about and we would be delighted to win!
Kristine Saxe
10/11/2017
I would love to win the Babybjorn travel cot for my 1 year old boy. I am planning a trip to Europe next year to visit my family. The babybjorn travel cot would be very easy to take on the plane. I think that the babybjorn travel cot would be most comfortable for my son as he is q big boy. Thank you
Britt Craig
10/11/2017
We are off for a 7 week around the world trip at Christmas. With all the flights and hotels the Vee Bee will certainly help with ensuring our baby as a safe familiar place to sleep each night!... and won''t kill our baggage allowance!
Suzie
10/11/2017
Travelling to JanJuc Victoria via plane so we can meet Eliza’s 10 month old cousin for the first time. I would choose the babybjorn travel cot light because it’s lightweight, compact and apparently very comfy. My sister down in JanJuc raves about it with her little one!
Joeyee
10/11/2017
We are planning to go to the USA and the baby bjorn will make our trip much easier and more comfortable for our baby
Jasmine
10/11/2017
We are off on a road trip next year with our newborn from Nsw to qld for 2 weeks, the compact size of the baby bjorn really appeals to me!
Solange
10/11/2017
Planning a trip to Fiji by plane. Baby Bjorn is the best cot for this trip!
Carol Chong-Rodriguez
10/11/2017
- Where would you go? Nelson Bay - How would you get there? Car - Which travel cot would make your trip easier & more comfortable? Baby Bjorn
Yulia Blier
10/11/2017
We need a travel cot to travel to Byron and surfers paradise in December 8-24. Its a 2 week break driving by car with frequent night stops. In January we are flying to Bali for 2 weeks travelling to 3 different places. Because of the trips it will be baby bjorn as it ideal due to flight and drive scenario.
Leanne
10/11/2017
Love this video very helpful! For me the Vee Bee would be best for my lil Bub Sid. We are travelling to Perth for a wedding at Christmas and need to purchase one that is lightweight for plane and travelling to venue. Also be great for us exploring Australia hot spots for long weekend! 🤗
Claire Howard
10/11/2017
We travel often for my older children''s sports and usually by car but not always, I really like the design features of the Nuna Sena Portacot it''s easy and fast set up and easy and fast pack away but especially the extra newborn level...
Maureen
10/11/2017
Baby''s first trip will be a beach holiday late Jan, (will be 4 months) and possibly a trip to Vietnam around the same time but I''m sure there will be many adventures in the coming years! Considering longevity, portability, and comfort you can''t beat the Baby Bjorn - there''s a reason it''s consistently popular and highly rated!
Titania Page
10/11/2017
Tough decision all the cots looks fantastic. However our next trip is to Melbourne by plane and the Baby Bjorn travel cot light looks like it will fit the bill very nicely. Our son will be 10 months old and this cot looks like it will last our family for some time. The full mesh sides appeal from a SIDS and safety perspective. The colour is also excellent as it wont get as absorb as much heat as a black cot. The desight looks cery practical and the weight is a great incentive our current trabel cot is 12kg and it gets very heavy carrying it around airport terminals. The Baby Bjorn brand implies quality to me although i dont own any of their products i was impressed by the workmanship of their products. All in all i would select the Baby Bjorn travel cot light because of quality, saftey, weight, and design.
Ruth Kent
10/11/2017
The Nuna Sena Portacot would be amazing because at Christmas my husband and I will be driving from Sydney to Brisbane to see my family. We need a cot that will be easy to grab and set up from a small car crammed mainly with baby items, plus one or two things belonging to mum and dad.
Jing Jing Turkenburg
10/11/2017
Bali will be our next trip with bub. As we will be flying, Babybjorn Travel Cot Light would be our pick as it''s easy to open (single movement), spacious for our big toddler and yet compact and light.
Georgina Thomas
10/11/2017
We''d fly to the US of A and go road-tripping across the country to experience it all: the beautiful national parks, the bustling cities and the brilliant food! The Vee Bee would suit us best due to its light-weight as we''ll constantly be on the move.
Rachel
10/11/2017
With the baby being number 4 and a 7 seater required for traveling with the family. Storage/packing space is limited in our car. The VeeBee would be the perfect travel cot for our trip to Port Neill for a family Christmas this year.
Laura Kliffen
10/11/2017
We are traveling to Europe over our bubs 1st Birthday. As we are flying and planning to use the cot for a few weeks we will be looking into a Baby Bjorn as I think it will best suit our needs
Kylie Hayes
10/11/2017
Hoping to head down to Thredbo in the summer and hike with our 6 month old to the Kosciusko summit. We would be driving and possibly having an overnight stay somewhere half way. I love the baby Bjorn travel cot due to its weight and I love the mesh netting that’s breathable and easy to see bubs. It is also quite compact to fit in our small car along with a pram and luggage.
Mandy Reid
10/11/2017
We''re flying to NZ in January Baby Bjorn travel cot would be amazing as we borrowed one last trip away. So light compact and easy to set up!
Megan R
10/11/2017
First trip with our 6 week old baby would be travelling around the NSW countryside by car. The BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light would be perfect to fit in the boot of the car and the easiest for a sleep deprived Mum to put together! Knowing that this travel cot can also last years is perfect for our lifestyle.
Claire Oosterman
10/11/2017
I''m heading to New Zealand for a month of Christmas so my 6 week old can meet all his family. The Nuna Sena would be great for us, even though not ideal for air travel, our trip is quite long and we want him to be comfortable and it will save our backs with the raised setting as he is still so little!
Christine
10/11/2017
This December we are flying to so many places with our baby! We will first be flying home to my husband’s hometown in surabaya then to mine in Jakarta. After spending time with our family we will be flying off for our holiday to Singapore, Shanghai and Taiwan! All travelling by plane with our 7months baby! It would be so great to have the BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light with us for this trip! So compact and light and best part we don’t have to worry about baby falling off the bed or crawling around wrecking things in the hotel (this is what i’ve Been worrying about for this coming trip).
Karlee Marlow
10/11/2017
My husband and I are taking our kids and twin babies to Uluru next year. We are traveling by car and a babybjorn travel cot light would be exceptional to use with its one movement pop up. It would help take the stress out of the twins bedding at one click and touch.
Joanna Boyd
10/11/2017
Our next trip would be to Asia. We are going to 3 countries with multiple destinations so lots of flying between countries and driving between destinations. This means travelling as a family with 2 children (4 and 1), we need to be packing as light as possible but with all essentials that we need to make it as comfortable for us as parents and our children. The travel cot will definitely give our toddler a safe place to sleep in the hotel rooms but it would guarantee a cot for us. I love the mesh around the cot as it ensures there is constant airflow through the cot but it also a reassurance that the cot is self contained with its high walls. Best of all, it is light weight which is a huge blessing when you need to ration your luggage space and weight!
Joanne Ursino
10/11/2017
We are going to Hyams beach with our little one for New Years Eve! The Baby Bjorn would be fantastic as its compact and light weight and we don''t have much room in the car for our drive there. We would love to win!!!
Caroline McDonald
10/11/2017
Eildon for a week at Christmas with a two year old and new born. Driving. BabyBjorn travel cot would be amazing as we don''t have a lot of room in the van and this amazing cot is small and so easy to fold up after each nap time. Fingers are crossed 🤞
Natasha
09/11/2017
We will be travelling by car to numerous holiday house during the Christmas break. The nuna travel cot will be the most used for travel as well as having it at the grandparents house when mummy and daddy need a night out :).
Cheng Ding
09/11/2017
Plan to go China with little one next year, will take a 10hrs flight..... Veebee travel cot seems the best option to us due to its conveniently size.
Yasmin Wood
09/11/2017
We have had a busy schedule this last month and travelled a bit with our 3 kiddies. Youngest being 16months. After watching this, the baby bejorn porta cot would of been a god sent. We are doing 2 more trips this month out west to the in laws and down the south coast. When your packing to go away with kids there’s never enough space so the baby bejorn would make our lives that little bit easier. Oh and did I mention I’m due to have our final piece of the puzzle in Jan, so hello no room in the car ever 😳
Vanessa Cardinale
09/11/2017
Born 6 weeks early when our little boy finally comes home and is strong we will be going on a family holiday to Hawaii to celebrate the Christmas we will be missing out on. The baby born travel cot light will be perfect for the family as we can take it away on the plane and all family members will be able to have turns looking after our little super hero
Gemma Kirwan
09/11/2017
We will be travelling to port Douglas next year and the babybjorn would be perfect as we are travelling on a plane. Follow that New York- can wait 🗽 Thanks 👍🏻😊
KC
09/11/2017
We would head to the US to visit family and definitely be traveling by air so the Baby Bjorn would be ideal because it’s both small and lightweight to take on planes.
Sharon
09/11/2017
Travel to Ireland to see fanily
Bernarda Robinson
09/11/2017
We are driving Newcastle-Melbourne and back to see family for Christmas. I’d love the Baby Bjorn Travel Cot Light as its compact, breathable, light and has a great looking mattress for my baby girl. I need something that’s quick and easy to assemble also that doesn’t take up too much space at the in laws!
Rosalie Bernacki
09/11/2017
Would love for our extended family Christmas at the beach shack!! Sweet dreams for our little lady - seaside...
Phoebe
09/11/2017
We are heading in a driving holiday up the nsw coast to visit family for Christmas with our bub. A travel cot will make the trip so much more comfortable for him (and us!!). We have borrowed a baby bjorn cot from friends before and we’re so impressed with it, that is the one we would choose!
Abby Browning
09/11/2017
Our next big trip with our little boy Freddie will be our wedding in Bali next year. Would love to win this wonderful prize 🤞
Julia Jensen
09/11/2017
First time mom here to two week old baby girl Alma. We''ll be traveling to Denmark and New York over Christmas to introduce Alma to her family. By then she''ll be just seven weeks! Because we''re flying (literally around the world!) and have limited baggage options, we''ve been eyeing the BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light. We love how lightweight and portable it is...and perfect for overnights with the grandparents :)
Connie COGLEY
09/11/2017
After christmas we are heading on a house boat. And have no places for our toddler to sleep. This would be excellent to take away so she could sleep in it.
Ashlea Jarvis
09/11/2017
I would go down the NSW South coast. I would get there by car. The baby bjorn cot would best suit us as it’s small and light weight.it would make traveling with 2 children a lot easier.
Danielle Lopaten
09/11/2017
Wedge Island, simply amazing place staying at our little shack
Tara
09/11/2017
For our next trip we are heading to NZ for Christmas with our 6 children to stay with my husbands family. We will be travelling 8+hours to Sydney airport and then flying to Auckland. With my youngest being 1 and having more boys then girls I think the Vee Bee travel cot would suit our family well. It''s practical, light and would fit into our large busy family life well. As well as being compact enough to fly with us!!
Sam
09/11/2017
We will be taking a trip to my mums house (grandmas), and we will be travelling by car :) the babybjorn is my favourite, it has everything you need in a portable and pretty design :)
Tegan
09/11/2017
Heading to Townsville with our 1.5 year old. As we will be flying the baby bjorn would be perfect
Emily Marlin
09/11/2017
We are hoping to go to Cairns for a week in January and with a 3 month old we are nervous about the plane travel and needing to take a travel cot. I feel like the BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light would be the perfect solution and would help to make our first family holiday a breeze :)
Isabella Oxenham
09/11/2017
1. The next trip with little one is booked for Dec 20th, we will be traveling from Darwin to Perth to be with the fam over Christmas. 2. We are traveling with qantas, just bubb and I are going and he will be sitting on my lap for the flight (until he gets bored of sitting and then we will be wandering the plane aisles) 3. The Baby Bjorn Travel Cot would make this trip easier and a lot more comfy for both of us. It would give Elliott a safe and cosy designated sleeping area for the duration of our holiday and stop him from falling off the bed/wandering out of the room once he is awake which would give me great peace of mind. I also think this porta cot is super stylish and would definitely be used again and again even after this holiday is over. Would be awesome for camping trips and overnights at friend''s places. We would love to win for all these reasons. Thanks Baby Village :)
Vanessa
09/11/2017
We will be flying to Singapore and Japan with our little one for his first holiday. After watching this video, the baby bjorn travel cot would make our holiday easier due to the lightness and portability of the cot as we will need to pack for two different climates the lighter the cot thebetter it will be for us!
Amelia Harris
09/11/2017
I’d love to take my daughter to my favourite city, New York. We’d fly qantas first class and spend a month there. The baby Bjorn would make for a great cot in the city that never sleeps.
Alexandra
09/11/2017
Noosa/ Mooloolaba Travel by car Baby Bjorn as it is lightweight it would be our first family trip away with our 2.5 yr old and 4 month old.
Melanie
09/11/2017
We would have more regular drives to visit (and stay with) our interstate relatives in melbourne and brisbane. The baby bjorn travel cot would be perfect to ensure we can continue our driving adventures with ease for a long as possible
Tess
09/11/2017
I would love to go to Queensland with our little girl for her first birthday I think she’d love SeaWorld and all the lights of the Gold Coast. A Bjorn travel cot would be amazing as the cheaper one we could afford breaks often and I don’t want her to get used to sleeping with us again so it’s a holiday for all to have a good quality one!
Rebekah Jabbour
09/11/2017
I would love the baby born travel cot to take to my next trip we are going to Tokyo with bub and it would be great to take in my suitcase for the size and weight we didn’t take one with us last trip and ended up co-sleeping due to cots overseas not being very safe
Gemma Chohdri
09/11/2017
Little Elsie would love to kip in the baby bjorn travel cot for her first Xmas holidays on the Gold Coast. the baby Bjorn is most suited to our lifestyle as the majority of our trips are by plane as we live in Darwin. The compact and light weight baby bjorn is ideal for our families needs and Elsie will enjoy waking up on Xmas day in the baby bjorn travel cot.
Shannon Nairn
09/11/2017
My family(5 of us) and I are going away in January for 1 week of camping,the babyBjorn cot will come in very handy for my little girl. We will be in tents so winning this would be fantastic and i won''t have to stress wondering if she is comfortable or not. This will be guaranteed comfort.
Sujah
09/11/2017
I would do a road trip along Great Ocean Road. It will make it easier for the new baby to sleep in comfort at night in different locations.
Issi C
09/11/2017
We are planning a trip to NZ and after watching this video I would choose the Babybjorn Travel Cot for my bub! As it''s only 6kg and comes in a bag with handles for easy transportation, this makes it my ideal travel cot. The plusher mattress also sways my decision, as I know my bub will sleep comfortably.

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Baby Village
19/11/2017
Thanks for all your fantastic entries! This competition is now closed and the winner will be announced shortly!
Evelyn
16/11/2017
I will likely go to my aunty''s farm in rural NSW, where we go often. We''ll be driving there, as always. I think the BabyBjorn cot would be ideal, because of the mesh sides and lightweight portability!
Danielle Lopaten
16/11/2017
Vee bee . And drive to our family shack at wedge island
Marshellin
16/11/2017
Hi dear, we are going to Indonesia for a month to visit grandparents and big family, on december. its only me and my LO going, so i would love to have the baby bjorn, its light and compacts. Really need this as my LO doesn''t sleep with me. Thank you
Lauren
16/11/2017
We are heading to a shack at Christmas with family that is 300km away from our home. We are travelling by car and have limited space in our sedan. With two car seats, Christmas presents, clothes and we also need to fit a travel cot. BabyBjorn Travel light cot. I love how it packs into a slimline bag, making it perfect to store at the bottom of the boot. Another plus is that this cot will be suitable for my daughter until she reaches 3yrs or can climb out of a cot! We travel monthly as our families are 200km and 300km away and this will be so convenient! And I would love to take this to Port Douglas at Easter next year, it would save the $18 daily cot charge!
Frank
16/11/2017
The BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light would be ideal for our holiday to Japan. We are flying there next year and the lightness and portability of this cot would be perfect as we''ll also be carrying our snowboards as well.
Mylene NM
16/11/2017
We are going to QLD for a holiday to visit the grandparents. It will be lovely 😊 to win your baby Bjorn as it is light , compact , and can be used up to 3 yrs of age. My son is now 8 Months. This cot will do a long way for us and we can also use it as his playpen/baby bed during the day for him to play/sleep.
KAte Fieramosca
16/11/2017
Would love the babybjorn travel cot light for our first trip away with our 9month old. We are going by the car to the Hunter Valley cause mumma needs a wine!! This cot would suit us, as we have a 2.5 year old and don’t have heaps of space in the car and in the hotel room so we need slight weight cot that’s easy to use, store and has maximum comfort for our little dude.
Amber Yao
15/11/2017
We have a four month old baby girl and she’s just beautiful and sweet. We are planning to take her back to my hometown - China early next year to visit my family. They all very keen to see her! We love this Luna Sena Portacot and believe it is exactly what we need for a long overseas trip. Fingers crossed for that! Amber
Helen Cobuccio
14/11/2017
Hi, we are going to the seaside by car over the holidays with family. The Nuna sena portacot would be perfect to use for my 1 yr old daughter. Cheers.
Coline Morel
14/11/2017
We are planning an extended holiday across 4 countries (France, Italy, USA and Hong Kong) with our newborn in a few months and judging by the video, the Babybjorn would be the best option: light, easy to unfold, but comfortable enough for baby to sleep for several nights in a row!
Jessika Ayres
14/11/2017
We are off to Bali in two weeks, New Zealand next March and America April 2019! We also try to go camping once a month so these travel cost would be amazing!! We have been looking at the Baby Bjorn travel cot but it’s quite pricey - babies are expensive little humans! We would love a travel cot for little Archer to sleep tight in on all of our little adventures around Queensland (and the world!)!
Andrew
14/11/2017
My wife and I are having our wedding overseas next year in NZ, and will be away for over a month in total at my parents. A travel cot means one less thing to worry about as I doubt mum and dad have kept my cot around for the last three decades!
Michaela
14/11/2017
We are off on a big trip this Christmas for Ella our 4 month old daughter to meet her grandparents. First stop we be flying to New Jersey, for Ella to get spoiled by her grandparents and great grandma. Than we will fly to Germany which be a first not only for my daughter but also my husband. Again Ella will get to meet her other grandparents. During our stay we will be visiting multiple places in Europe. So therefore the BabyBjorn Travel cot will not only be handy to travel by air but also by car. And our little bubba will have a nice comfy bed away from home that will be sturdy and easy for her to get use to while we away for over 4 weeks. We just love how light yet still very comfortable this travel for will be for our little peanut. Thank you for sharing the video and recommendations which we find extremely useful. Regardless if we win or not it’s now allowed us to make an easy choice on which cot to get for our trip and many more to follow. Thank you very much for the opportunity. Fingers crossed Ella wins a beautiful cot. X
Beth Shearston
13/11/2017
My husband, I and our gorgeous 8 month old baby girl are dreaming of heading over to Canada to visit my husband’s sister and brother, who both currently live there. They both have yet to meet our little one who is the first of the next generation on my husband’s side. The baby bjorn sounds like the ideal travel cot for us as we need something comfortable, durable, relatively light weight and easy to pack away and carry, both in a car and on a plane. Fingers crossed =)
Amanda D
13/11/2017
We are heading to Japan for our friends wedding It’ll be at the snows The vee bee travel cot weighing at 4kg would be perfect for that escape for our 2month old baby
Stacey Lawson
13/11/2017
We have booked a Christmas family holiday at Burleigh Heads, driving up over a few days the Baby Bjorn cot would be great as it would be used regularly over a two week period by our 6 month old bub. The ease of portability as well as a comfy mattress is what we’re looking for in a travel cot.
Gianna Baldwin
13/11/2017
I am thinking of going overseas with a little person and think the compact light BabyBjorn travel cot would be excellent especially as it suits a wider age group, is light, folds up for easy travel and has a mattress. I love it’s style and flexibility.
Fiona Bastian
13/11/2017
Our next trip is to visit my parents in law for our 10 month old''s Christmas in the southwest Queensland. It''s kind of a tricky one, as we will be travelling across two states by car (15 hours!) to get there, spending a week there, and then flying back from Brisbane. We''ll stop two nights in the car at B&Bs on the way. For this reason we''ll need something that''s great on a plane and in a car, suits an infant, is comfortable for longer periods, and is quick and simple to put up and down, and from your video I think the Baby Bjorn would be perfect! We currently have a bulky older portacot that takes up a lot of room and from what I see in the video, the Baby Bjorn would be much easier to travel with, way more convenient, and more comfortable.
Pei She Cheong
13/11/2017
1) we would travel to Malaysia on 2 December 2017. 2) we take airaisa back to my home town-Malaysia. 3) If i could win the travel cot, is more much easy For me. As this is my first time bring my little girl(12 months old) back to Malaysia see her grandparent, and we will celebrate her 1 old yrs birthday and christmas at Malaysia. Wish i could win the travel cot.
Sheridan
13/11/2017
I would love one of these travel cots as we are planning a driving holiday around Australia mid next year. This will Be baby’s first time away. The Vee Dee amado travel cot would make the trip easier and more enjoyable.
Jessie Muscat
12/11/2017
My little bubba is due one March. I don’t have any holiday planned yet but I would love to take my little one camping around this time next year when she’s older! I’d love any of the cots they all sound great!
Natarsha Single
12/11/2017
The nuna sena portacot would be perfect for our trip to visit the family in rural NSW for babies first Christmas (we are driving the 6hours from Sydney). I love that it is slightly elevated off the ground with the newborn option as the last cot we borrowed was on the ground and hurt my husband and my backs
Elise
12/11/2017
We would love any of the 3 vote but the Nuna would probably suit us best. Baby is due in less than 2 weeks and our first trip will be a 9 hour roadtrip with mummy, daddy, new baby and our 2 beautiful dogs out to my family''s sheep farm in central QLD to meet the his or her grandparents! With limited car space this cot will be perfect for the farm stay over Christmas (baby''s first Xmas) 😍
Anna
12/11/2017
We''ve always dreamt of taking bub to Hawaii, A relaxing family holiday, just low key! We''d fly across the world, A magical holiday for our girl, But of course, we''d need a travel cot, The Baby Bjorn would help a lot! The comfortable mattress and ease of use We''d love to travel with it, any excuse 🙊!
Sarah Taletawa
12/11/2017
My husband and I are taking our 14 month old son to Fiji over Christmas to meet his family for the first time. Our current portacot is very heavy and bulky. I think the baby Bjorn would best suit our needs for travelling on the plane and carrying it around with our luggage. The full mesh sides are comforting knowing there would be good airflow for the hot Fiji nights and days. Since it''s so light it would be easy to move from our accommodation to bring to the family house for our sons daytime nap. And being quick to assemble gives us more time to enjoy our family time!
Renae LOFTHOUSE
11/11/2017
We are going on our first family holiday over christmas break with our 4 month old. We need a porta cot and the nuna would suit us great and while we''re not away it can be left agg the grandparents!
Pei Kee Soo
11/11/2017
- Camping at Warburton - By car - Babybjorn Travel Cot Light
Christine
11/11/2017
My fiancĂ© and I don’t really travel too far so weight wouldn’t be an issue so much as being able to have something comfortable and off the ground to help with comfort and having to reach to the floor might be difficult for a short person like myself so we really like the idea of the Nuna cot 😊
Jana
11/11/2017
We''re planning to head to the Greek islands in May 2018 with our little girl who will be 6 months old. We will be flying to Greece and then catching a ferry to the island of Paros. The light weight Baby Bjorn travel cot will be perfect for travelling and sleeping 😊
Ashleigh
10/11/2017
Our next trip away from home will be in January we are going to have our 2nd baby. We have to go a long way from home as our new baby has heart problems which are very rare. We will probably have to fly as we have quiet away to go so one of these would be ideal for air travel. To win the baby bjorn travel cot light would make our trip so much easier with out 1 year old. We would know she is safe and happy in something of her own and give her the comfort of been at home while we are away for a long period of time. It really would make life easier to keep the routine the same and keep life in such a dificult time for all of us as normal for our 1 year old as possible.
Kirsty Sinclair
10/11/2017
I would take my little one back to Scotland so she can spend time with her cousins. The BabyBjorn would be perfect as we always try and do another part of Europe when we are there and she loves to travel!
Chloe
10/11/2017
We would love to fly to Northshore Hawaii ! Back to our honeymoon spot but now with our little baby boy who is 14 months old. We would love the chance to win a baby bjorn travel cot - we had the baby bjorn bassinet, carrier and bouncer and I just love them all 💙 Super comfy for baby and stylish for mama. At least then we won''t have an extra little monkey sleeping in top of us in the bed 😂
Emil Hovgaard
10/11/2017
Hello! First time dad and looking forward to traveling to Europe with my wife and (will be) seven-week-old daughter for Christmas. As I''ll be carrying the luggage, would be handy to have the lightweight and portable BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light. Too easy!
Mandi Gourley
10/11/2017
Our firstborn is due around Christmas time! We''re taking him to the States in March 2018 to meet his grandparents and all his many uncles!! The Baby Bjorn Travel Cot has been on our wish list for ages. Having family spread out between the States and Australia, we''re hoping to get our little guy used to traveling both by plane and by car. Having a safe and durable yet comfortable and practical travel cot would be amazing - baby would be happy and cozy and Mom and Dad will sleep more soundly knowing he is safe and sound :)
Louisa Glendenning
10/11/2017
We are going to Manyana, NSW for a relaxing weekend in a beach house with friends and our beautiful 5 month old daughter to celebrate my husbands 40th birthday. We will be driving there. The Nuba Sena would be amazing as it would save my already aching back with the dual level.
Tegan Simmonds
10/11/2017
My partner works away in a fly in, fly out position. So when he''s home we like to make the most of our family time and take short trips away, we usually travel by car and our accommodation varies but we love to camp. Our baby is newborn so the best option for us would be the Nuna travel cot. The dual height option is perfect and the off the ground mattress makes it perfect for camping on bumpy terrain!
Laura Purdie
10/11/2017
We will be travelling from Australia to Scotland next year with a young baby approximately 5 months old! We will be taking 3 flights there and back with one stop over in between! It will be costly and lengthy! I think the Baby Bjorn Travel Cot Light looks like the most sensible travel cot for taking on flights. We will be there for a few weeks so the cot needs to be comfortable. We currently do not own a travel cot, this would be one less thing to think about and we would be delighted to win!
Kristine Saxe
10/11/2017
I would love to win the Babybjorn travel cot for my 1 year old boy. I am planning a trip to Europe next year to visit my family. The babybjorn travel cot would be very easy to take on the plane. I think that the babybjorn travel cot would be most comfortable for my son as he is q big boy. Thank you
Britt Craig
10/11/2017
We are off for a 7 week around the world trip at Christmas. With all the flights and hotels the Vee Bee will certainly help with ensuring our baby as a safe familiar place to sleep each night!... and won''t kill our baggage allowance!
Suzie
10/11/2017
Travelling to JanJuc Victoria via plane so we can meet Eliza’s 10 month old cousin for the first time. I would choose the babybjorn travel cot light because it’s lightweight, compact and apparently very comfy. My sister down in JanJuc raves about it with her little one!
Joeyee
10/11/2017
We are planning to go to the USA and the baby bjorn will make our trip much easier and more comfortable for our baby
Jasmine
10/11/2017
We are off on a road trip next year with our newborn from Nsw to qld for 2 weeks, the compact size of the baby bjorn really appeals to me!
Solange
10/11/2017
Planning a trip to Fiji by plane. Baby Bjorn is the best cot for this trip!
Carol Chong-Rodriguez
10/11/2017
- Where would you go? Nelson Bay - How would you get there? Car - Which travel cot would make your trip easier & more comfortable? Baby Bjorn
Yulia Blier
10/11/2017
We need a travel cot to travel to Byron and surfers paradise in December 8-24. Its a 2 week break driving by car with frequent night stops. In January we are flying to Bali for 2 weeks travelling to 3 different places. Because of the trips it will be baby bjorn as it ideal due to flight and drive scenario.
Leanne
10/11/2017
Love this video very helpful! For me the Vee Bee would be best for my lil Bub Sid. We are travelling to Perth for a wedding at Christmas and need to purchase one that is lightweight for plane and travelling to venue. Also be great for us exploring Australia hot spots for long weekend! 🤗
Claire Howard
10/11/2017
We travel often for my older children''s sports and usually by car but not always, I really like the design features of the Nuna Sena Portacot it''s easy and fast set up and easy and fast pack away but especially the extra newborn level...
Maureen
10/11/2017
Baby''s first trip will be a beach holiday late Jan, (will be 4 months) and possibly a trip to Vietnam around the same time but I''m sure there will be many adventures in the coming years! Considering longevity, portability, and comfort you can''t beat the Baby Bjorn - there''s a reason it''s consistently popular and highly rated!
Titania Page
10/11/2017
Tough decision all the cots looks fantastic. However our next trip is to Melbourne by plane and the Baby Bjorn travel cot light looks like it will fit the bill very nicely. Our son will be 10 months old and this cot looks like it will last our family for some time. The full mesh sides appeal from a SIDS and safety perspective. The colour is also excellent as it wont get as absorb as much heat as a black cot. The desight looks cery practical and the weight is a great incentive our current trabel cot is 12kg and it gets very heavy carrying it around airport terminals. The Baby Bjorn brand implies quality to me although i dont own any of their products i was impressed by the workmanship of their products. All in all i would select the Baby Bjorn travel cot light because of quality, saftey, weight, and design.
Ruth Kent
10/11/2017
The Nuna Sena Portacot would be amazing because at Christmas my husband and I will be driving from Sydney to Brisbane to see my family. We need a cot that will be easy to grab and set up from a small car crammed mainly with baby items, plus one or two things belonging to mum and dad.
Jing Jing Turkenburg
10/11/2017
Bali will be our next trip with bub. As we will be flying, Babybjorn Travel Cot Light would be our pick as it''s easy to open (single movement), spacious for our big toddler and yet compact and light.
Georgina Thomas
10/11/2017
We''d fly to the US of A and go road-tripping across the country to experience it all: the beautiful national parks, the bustling cities and the brilliant food! The Vee Bee would suit us best due to its light-weight as we''ll constantly be on the move.
Rachel
10/11/2017
With the baby being number 4 and a 7 seater required for traveling with the family. Storage/packing space is limited in our car. The VeeBee would be the perfect travel cot for our trip to Port Neill for a family Christmas this year.
Laura Kliffen
10/11/2017
We are traveling to Europe over our bubs 1st Birthday. As we are flying and planning to use the cot for a few weeks we will be looking into a Baby Bjorn as I think it will best suit our needs
Kylie Hayes
10/11/2017
Hoping to head down to Thredbo in the summer and hike with our 6 month old to the Kosciusko summit. We would be driving and possibly having an overnight stay somewhere half way. I love the baby Bjorn travel cot due to its weight and I love the mesh netting that’s breathable and easy to see bubs. It is also quite compact to fit in our small car along with a pram and luggage.
Mandy Reid
10/11/2017
We''re flying to NZ in January Baby Bjorn travel cot would be amazing as we borrowed one last trip away. So light compact and easy to set up!
Megan R
10/11/2017
First trip with our 6 week old baby would be travelling around the NSW countryside by car. The BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light would be perfect to fit in the boot of the car and the easiest for a sleep deprived Mum to put together! Knowing that this travel cot can also last years is perfect for our lifestyle.
Claire Oosterman
10/11/2017
I''m heading to New Zealand for a month of Christmas so my 6 week old can meet all his family. The Nuna Sena would be great for us, even though not ideal for air travel, our trip is quite long and we want him to be comfortable and it will save our backs with the raised setting as he is still so little!
Christine
10/11/2017
This December we are flying to so many places with our baby! We will first be flying home to my husband’s hometown in surabaya then to mine in Jakarta. After spending time with our family we will be flying off for our holiday to Singapore, Shanghai and Taiwan! All travelling by plane with our 7months baby! It would be so great to have the BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light with us for this trip! So compact and light and best part we don’t have to worry about baby falling off the bed or crawling around wrecking things in the hotel (this is what i’ve Been worrying about for this coming trip).
Karlee Marlow
10/11/2017
My husband and I are taking our kids and twin babies to Uluru next year. We are traveling by car and a babybjorn travel cot light would be exceptional to use with its one movement pop up. It would help take the stress out of the twins bedding at one click and touch.
Joanna Boyd
10/11/2017
Our next trip would be to Asia. We are going to 3 countries with multiple destinations so lots of flying between countries and driving between destinations. This means travelling as a family with 2 children (4 and 1), we need to be packing as light as possible but with all essentials that we need to make it as comfortable for us as parents and our children. The travel cot will definitely give our toddler a safe place to sleep in the hotel rooms but it would guarantee a cot for us. I love the mesh around the cot as it ensures there is constant airflow through the cot but it also a reassurance that the cot is self contained with its high walls. Best of all, it is light weight which is a huge blessing when you need to ration your luggage space and weight!
Joanne Ursino
10/11/2017
We are going to Hyams beach with our little one for New Years Eve! The Baby Bjorn would be fantastic as its compact and light weight and we don''t have much room in the car for our drive there. We would love to win!!!
Caroline McDonald
10/11/2017
Eildon for a week at Christmas with a two year old and new born. Driving. BabyBjorn travel cot would be amazing as we don''t have a lot of room in the van and this amazing cot is small and so easy to fold up after each nap time. Fingers are crossed 🤞
Natasha
09/11/2017
We will be travelling by car to numerous holiday house during the Christmas break. The nuna travel cot will be the most used for travel as well as having it at the grandparents house when mummy and daddy need a night out :).
Cheng Ding
09/11/2017
Plan to go China with little one next year, will take a 10hrs flight..... Veebee travel cot seems the best option to us due to its conveniently size.
Yasmin Wood
09/11/2017
We have had a busy schedule this last month and travelled a bit with our 3 kiddies. Youngest being 16months. After watching this, the baby bejorn porta cot would of been a god sent. We are doing 2 more trips this month out west to the in laws and down the south coast. When your packing to go away with kids there’s never enough space so the baby bejorn would make our lives that little bit easier. Oh and did I mention I’m due to have our final piece of the puzzle in Jan, so hello no room in the car ever 😳
Vanessa Cardinale
09/11/2017
Born 6 weeks early when our little boy finally comes home and is strong we will be going on a family holiday to Hawaii to celebrate the Christmas we will be missing out on. The baby born travel cot light will be perfect for the family as we can take it away on the plane and all family members will be able to have turns looking after our little super hero
Gemma Kirwan
09/11/2017
We will be travelling to port Douglas next year and the babybjorn would be perfect as we are travelling on a plane. Follow that New York- can wait 🗽 Thanks 👍🏻😊
KC
09/11/2017
We would head to the US to visit family and definitely be traveling by air so the Baby Bjorn would be ideal because it’s both small and lightweight to take on planes.
Sharon
09/11/2017
Travel to Ireland to see fanily
Bernarda Robinson
09/11/2017
We are driving Newcastle-Melbourne and back to see family for Christmas. I’d love the Baby Bjorn Travel Cot Light as its compact, breathable, light and has a great looking mattress for my baby girl. I need something that’s quick and easy to assemble also that doesn’t take up too much space at the in laws!
Rosalie Bernacki
09/11/2017
Would love for our extended family Christmas at the beach shack!! Sweet dreams for our little lady - seaside...
Phoebe
09/11/2017
We are heading in a driving holiday up the nsw coast to visit family for Christmas with our bub. A travel cot will make the trip so much more comfortable for him (and us!!). We have borrowed a baby bjorn cot from friends before and we’re so impressed with it, that is the one we would choose!
Abby Browning
09/11/2017
Our next big trip with our little boy Freddie will be our wedding in Bali next year. Would love to win this wonderful prize 🤞
Julia Jensen
09/11/2017
First time mom here to two week old baby girl Alma. We''ll be traveling to Denmark and New York over Christmas to introduce Alma to her family. By then she''ll be just seven weeks! Because we''re flying (literally around the world!) and have limited baggage options, we''ve been eyeing the BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light. We love how lightweight and portable it is...and perfect for overnights with the grandparents :)
Connie COGLEY
09/11/2017
After christmas we are heading on a house boat. And have no places for our toddler to sleep. This would be excellent to take away so she could sleep in it.
Ashlea Jarvis
09/11/2017
I would go down the NSW South coast. I would get there by car. The baby bjorn cot would best suit us as it’s small and light weight.it would make traveling with 2 children a lot easier.
Danielle Lopaten
09/11/2017
Wedge Island, simply amazing place staying at our little shack
Tara
09/11/2017
For our next trip we are heading to NZ for Christmas with our 6 children to stay with my husbands family. We will be travelling 8+hours to Sydney airport and then flying to Auckland. With my youngest being 1 and having more boys then girls I think the Vee Bee travel cot would suit our family well. It''s practical, light and would fit into our large busy family life well. As well as being compact enough to fly with us!!
Sam
09/11/2017
We will be taking a trip to my mums house (grandmas), and we will be travelling by car :) the babybjorn is my favourite, it has everything you need in a portable and pretty design :)
Tegan
09/11/2017
Heading to Townsville with our 1.5 year old. As we will be flying the baby bjorn would be perfect
Emily Marlin
09/11/2017
We are hoping to go to Cairns for a week in January and with a 3 month old we are nervous about the plane travel and needing to take a travel cot. I feel like the BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light would be the perfect solution and would help to make our first family holiday a breeze :)
Isabella Oxenham
09/11/2017
1. The next trip with little one is booked for Dec 20th, we will be traveling from Darwin to Perth to be with the fam over Christmas. 2. We are traveling with qantas, just bubb and I are going and he will be sitting on my lap for the flight (until he gets bored of sitting and then we will be wandering the plane aisles) 3. The Baby Bjorn Travel Cot would make this trip easier and a lot more comfy for both of us. It would give Elliott a safe and cosy designated sleeping area for the duration of our holiday and stop him from falling off the bed/wandering out of the room once he is awake which would give me great peace of mind. I also think this porta cot is super stylish and would definitely be used again and again even after this holiday is over. Would be awesome for camping trips and overnights at friend''s places. We would love to win for all these reasons. Thanks Baby Village :)
Vanessa
09/11/2017
We will be flying to Singapore and Japan with our little one for his first holiday. After watching this video, the baby bjorn travel cot would make our holiday easier due to the lightness and portability of the cot as we will need to pack for two different climates the lighter the cot thebetter it will be for us!
Amelia Harris
09/11/2017
I’d love to take my daughter to my favourite city, New York. We’d fly qantas first class and spend a month there. The baby Bjorn would make for a great cot in the city that never sleeps.
Alexandra
09/11/2017
Noosa/ Mooloolaba Travel by car Baby Bjorn as it is lightweight it would be our first family trip away with our 2.5 yr old and 4 month old.
Melanie
09/11/2017
We would have more regular drives to visit (and stay with) our interstate relatives in melbourne and brisbane. The baby bjorn travel cot would be perfect to ensure we can continue our driving adventures with ease for a long as possible
Tess
09/11/2017
I would love to go to Queensland with our little girl for her first birthday I think she’d love SeaWorld and all the lights of the Gold Coast. A Bjorn travel cot would be amazing as the cheaper one we could afford breaks often and I don’t want her to get used to sleeping with us again so it’s a holiday for all to have a good quality one!
Rebekah Jabbour
09/11/2017
I would love the baby born travel cot to take to my next trip we are going to Tokyo with bub and it would be great to take in my suitcase for the size and weight we didn’t take one with us last trip and ended up co-sleeping due to cots overseas not being very safe
Gemma Chohdri
09/11/2017
Little Elsie would love to kip in the baby bjorn travel cot for her first Xmas holidays on the Gold Coast. the baby Bjorn is most suited to our lifestyle as the majority of our trips are by plane as we live in Darwin. The compact and light weight baby bjorn is ideal for our families needs and Elsie will enjoy waking up on Xmas day in the baby bjorn travel cot.
Shannon Nairn
09/11/2017
My family(5 of us) and I are going away in January for 1 week of camping,the babyBjorn cot will come in very handy for my little girl. We will be in tents so winning this would be fantastic and i won''t have to stress wondering if she is comfortable or not. This will be guaranteed comfort.
Sujah
09/11/2017
I would do a road trip along Great Ocean Road. It will make it easier for the new baby to sleep in comfort at night in different locations.
Issi C
09/11/2017
We are planning a trip to NZ and after watching this video I would choose the Babybjorn Travel Cot for my bub! As it''s only 6kg and comes in a bag with handles for easy transportation, this makes it my ideal travel cot. The plusher mattress also sways my decision, as I know my bub will sleep comfortably.