WA Community Kindergarten - 2018


Happiness is where learning begins. Children's early learning influences their entire life. Preschools (kindergarten and pre-primary) provide oportunities for children to learn as they discover, create and imagine. 

Apart from school based on-site kindergarten programs, there are 17 community kindergartens operating in Western Australia. Community kindergartens typically operate in facilities that are leased from local authorities and are linked to a local public school. A Parent Management Committee is responsible for the management of the community kindergarten. Please see below for a list of community kindergartens and linked schools.

Community KindergartenPhone (Mobile)Linked School
Albany Community Kindergarten 9841 1864 Albany Primary School
Bullsbrook Community Kindergarten 9572 1392 Bullsbrook College
Glen Forrest Community Kindergarten 9298 9250 Glen Forrest Primary School
Hazel Orme Community Kindergarten 9335 2857 White Gum Valley Primary School
Hillarys Community Kindergarten 9401 3296 Hillarys Primary School
Kindaimanna Community Kindergarten 9390 7425 Grovelands Primary School
Lockyer Community Kindergarten 9841 3144 Mt Lockyer Primary School
Lower King Community Kindergarten 9844 7238 Flinders Park Primary School
McDougall Park Community Kindergarten 9450 3909 Curtin Primary School
Mt Helena Community Kindergarten 9572 1170 Mt Helena Primary School
Mullaloo Community Kindergarten 9401 4595 Mullaloo Beach Primary School
Padbury Community Kindergarten 9401 2989 Bambara Primary School
Pineview Community Kindergarten 9337 5089 Coolbellup Community School
Rossmoyne - Riverton Community Kindergarten 9457 1356 Rossmoyne Primary School
Seaview Community Kindergarten 9384 3357 North Cottesloe Primary School
Spring Road Community Kindergarten 9293 3292 Gooseberry Hill Primary School
Tuart Hill Community Kindergarten 9444 3922 Tuart Hill Primary School


1. There are other types of preschools such as early entry or preschool classes operated by independent or catholic schools. The difference betweem government and non-government preschools is: they are funded and managed differently.

2. Long day care centres (also known as childcare centres) also offer preschool education programs for children from birth–to–5 year olds. Long day care centres generally open for at least eight hours per day and run for 48 weeks a year. To find a long day care centre in your area, go to www.mychild.gov.au.