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Playgroup Name:
Mt Kuring-gai Jellybabies
Location:
Mount Kuring-gai Community Centre,
5 Church St, MOUNT KURING-GAI, NSW 2080
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About:
We recommend that you contact our Playgroup to organise to visit a session with your child(ren). Our Playgroup coordinator can provide you with a general idea of how the playgroup works, the ages of children attending, session fees, etc. Use the “Call us Now” or “Make an Enquiry” buttons to contact us.
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Fees:

Visiting Fee - $3.00

Fee Frequency - Per Session

Transport:

Bus - No

Train - No

Ferry - No

Light Rail - No

Disability Access - No

Parking Available - No


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Address: 5 Church St, MOUNT KURING-GAI, NSW 2080

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Session Times

Day Start Type Details
Friday 9:30 General

Friday

  • Frequency : Weekly

Info:
Vacancies Available - Yes
Playgroup meet during school holidays - No
Waiting List Available - No

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