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Keiki Early Learning Opens at Edgewater Train Station

Keiki Early Learning Edgewater has officially opened its doors following an open day on Saturday 18th January. The event, attended by more than 65 families including City of Joondalup Mayor Albert Jacob, showcased the new family-owned childcare service which has been converted from a large warehouse space within the Joondalup Gate business precinct. 

‘’We are so excited to become part of the Edgewater community”, says owner, Samantha Morrell. ‘’We have been operating in the Northern suburbs since 2003 and have constantly evolved our environments and practices during this time. We are proud to have used this experience to create our newest high-quality home away from home at Edgewater filled with amazing opportunities for children to discover and learn through play.’’ 

The 118-place centre will cater for local children aged 0-5 years within beautiful natural environments designed for open-ended play and learning. It includes five specialised rooms for each age group, two sensory rooms, two art studios, a central dining room and kitchen, an-all weather kindy adventure playground and an open-air central garden and play space accessed directly by all rooms. The service will open from 6am Monday-Friday to suit early commuters and shift workers. More information can be found at keikiearlylearning.com.au.