Welcome to Kurilpa Community Childcare Centre, we encourage you to contact us to arrange a time for a tour and join our wait list.
Guided tours of the centre are available Monday to Friday between the times of 9.30 am – 11.00 am and 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm by prior appointment only. Please phone 07 38444 672 or email us at email@example.com to book a suitable time.
Wait List Application
To place your child’s name on our wait list, please go to My Family Lounge, register or sign in if you have an existing account.
Please navigate to the following link: https://www.qkenhanced.com.au/external/Authentication/SignIn
Add your child’s details on our wait list. Ensure you select Kurilpa Community Childcare Centre as the service.
Please note there is a $20.00 administration fee payable with this application.
Please update your account information of any changes in your circumstances or personal details to keep your application current.
It is very difficult to say when a position for your child at Kurilpa will be offered as it is subject to a number of factors. Factors can include: your child’s position on the wait list, your family’s priority of access and availability. With these reasons in mind, wait times can vary significantly. Majority of our positions begin in the months of January to March, as this is generally when children move to their next classroom or head off to school. Midyear positions are more difficult as they are reliant on families leaving the centre for various reasons or families altering their current bookings. If you are currently on our wait list, and you are waiting on a potential offer, our team will be in contact with you when a position becomes available. Where a vacancy arises at Kurilpa that needs to be filled from the wait list, families will be offered a position in the following order:
Priority 1: A child at risk of serious abuse or neglect
Priority 2: A child of a single parent or parents who satisfy the work/training/study test under Section 14 of the ‘A New Tax System (Family Assistance) Act 1999’
Priority 3: Any other child
Within these main categories, priority should also be given to the following children in no particular order:
- Children and families who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
- Children whose family includes a disabled person
- Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) children and families
- Children in socially isolated families
- Children of single parents