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Kindergarten registration for 2023 in South Gippsland Shire now open
Three-year-old and four-year-old kindergarten registration for 2023 opens Sunday 1 May.
Kindergarten registration is centralised through Council. Simply complete the form and nominate your kindergarten preferences. Registrations must be lodged by 30 June to receive a first-round offer. For more information, please phone 5662 9200 or text your contact details to 0447 965 850 and we will call you back. To register go to the 'Central Registration' page.
This provides a pathway for children to access kindergartens in their local area and ensures a streamlined, transparent and fair allocation process
Before you register
Here are some things you need to consider when applying for your kindergarten's registration:
- Proof of birth is required when applying
- Australian Government documentation such as birth certificate, passport or immunisation history statement (download from Medicare Online) is preferred
- Applications must be submitted by 30 June to be included in first round offers for the following year
- Applications made after 30 June will be processed in subsequent rounds
The organiser will confirm your application within 10 business days.
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