Baby Bunting recalls six popular toddler trikes

A recall notice has been issued for six popular trikes sold at Baby Bunting, online and instore. 

According to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), while the six trikes have features of strollers they are unsafe for use transporting children as they do not come with parking brakes, tether straps or warnings.

Should parents use the trikes as a stroller, the ACCC notes that children are at risk of injury if they fall out of the trike, or if the product were to roll "in an uncontrollable manner."

Image: ACCC
Image: ACCC 

Affected products:

  • Fisher Price Royal Trike 

Trikes were sold nationally in store and online between 1 July 2013 - 30 June 2014.

  • Smartrike Breeze GL Baby Trike
  • Smartrike Deluxe 4-in-1 trike with raincover
  • Smartrike Shine Hooded Baby Trike
  • Smartrike Swing Hooded Baby Trike
  • Smartrike SmarTfold 500 trike

Smartrikes were sold nationally in store and online between 1 October 2014 - 25 May 2018.


The ACCC is warning consumers NOT to use the products as a stroller to transport children. 

"Consumers who purchased the product from Baby Bunting believing that it was a stroller or that it could be used as a stroller, can return the product to Baby Bunting to receive a full refund," the ACCC notes.

For further information, contact Baby Bunting by phoning 1300 422 292 or via email at