Wollondilly Mobile Community Preschool

0427 045 905

Call 1300 001 237 for vacancy enquiries

Dharawal Country & Gundungurra Country
Broughton Street,
Age range
Opening hours

8:15am-3:45pm (Mon-Wed)

From our Director Samantha Harkness

At Wollondilly Mobile Community preschool, we value the uniqueness of each child. We aim to provide children with a happy place where they feel safe, secure and supported. We believe the early years of a child’s life are the formative years of their development. Our program focusses on children’s interests and foster’s all areas of development. We strongly encourage family participation and input. We value and respect the diverse cultures and embrace individuality within our preschool. We prepare children for school by encouraging children to foster friendships, extend on self-help skills and independence, and support emotional wellbeing. Children have the opportunity to participate in regular outings with educators. Participating in regular excursions invite’s children to open-ended interactions, exploration, discovery and connection with nature. Children are able to foster an appreciation for the natural environment, develop environmental awareness and provide a platform for ongoing environmental education.

Most importantly, we enrich the lives and minds of the children, our families/carers and the community by providing a home away from home where children can explore, play and reach their full potential.
Educators of Wollondilly Mobile Community Preschool..

What Parents are Saying About Wollondilly Mobile Community Preschool

“All the ladies at Wollondilly Mobile Community Preschool are amazing and do everything possible to make sure the kids are thriving and learning to their achieve their greatest potential.”

We have access to a range of equipment and resources at both of our locations which provides the children with plenty of opportunities to extend on their learning. We maintain a balance between experiences that are child led and those that are supported by thoughtful intentional teaching. We are fortunate to be surrounded by an amazing environment at Wilton and we access this area on a regular basis for further gross motor development and bushwalking.

The daily routine includes small and large group times extending on children’s language and communication skills and group learning. Our educators are passionate and support children’s emotional wellbeing, independence and ability to make choices as they recognise the early years of a child’s life are the formative years for their development.

What’s included?


What to bring?

Change of clothes in a bag
Drink Bottle
Fruit Break / Morning Tea and Lunch


Smiles all round!

Big Fat Smile exists for children and families, working to provide access to the highest quality early education and care in Australia. In fact, quality is central to everything we do.

Uniquely BFS

Educational framework

Bespoke Educational Framework

 The educational framework is a benchmark for best practice across all Big Fat Smile services, setting out expectations for pedagogical learning and teaching practices that support the promotion of learning in the early years. 

Safeguarding children

Child safety is a part of our vision and values

We are a child safe organisation. We take a whole of organisation approach towards creating and embedding a child safe culture, environment and practices for all children, across all service types and programs.

Our values

Our values guide our practices across all levels of our organisation, from Head Office, to Educators in services.