Welcome to C&K Mott Park.

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880 Logan Road
Holland Park Qld 4121
Phone: 07 3397 9119
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Mott Park Kindergarten has an established history in the local Holland Park Community, stretching back a life time ago to the 1940’s when an unused army barrack was given to the community for a crèche. Set next to beautiful C.B. Mott Park, our Kindergarten provides a pre-prep educational programme for 3.5 to 4.5 year olds, based on the “Building Waterfalls” curriculum.

Enrol
For information about enrolling your child at Mott Park Kindy please find all you need on our enrollment page.

Fees
How much do we cost? Here’s our Statement of Fees for this year. Please note our fees change from year to year so this statement is indicative only.

Our Centre is a community based, non profit organisation managed by a committee of parents. It is a place where families learn, grow and unite. Mott Park Kindergarten is committed to providing high quality education and is affiliated with the Crèche and Kindergarten Association of Queensland.

This kindergarten's program is approved by the Queensland Government.Children attend from 8:45am to 2.45pm on a five days per fortnight basis to conform with the Universal Access requirements of 15 hours across a fortnight.

The kindy year is aligned with the state school calendar, and so the centre is closed during school and public holidays.

If you would like to know more about the C&K Mott Park Kindergarten, please contact us by phone on 07 3397 9119, via our contact form, or pay us a visit during opening hours, where every day is our open day!


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