McLaren Vale, South Australia

TimberNook SA is fortunate to be based in the heart of McLaren Vale at the picturesque Girl Guides SA Douglas Scrub Campsite. This secure 26 hectare property, full of wonder and possibility for children, provides a diverse environment for exploration. Here, as well as engaging in full-body sensory experiences, children will be provided with extensive opportunities for free-play. There is a creek to explore, marshmallows to roast over the fire, and if they are lucky, they may even spot the resident echidnas, kangaroos, birds, and butterflies.

Overview

We are delighted to be commencing a Tiny Ones Playgroup in Term 2. Sessions will run weekly on a Monday from May 20th, with registrations opening on May 6th. Stay Tuned for further information on our upcoming Winter Holiday Program...

Timbernook Certified Provider
Your Certified Provider:
Elissa Pearson

Email: elissa.pearson@timbernook.com

Phone: 040-884-9141


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Available Programs

Tiny Ones – TimberNook South Adelaide (Casual Booking – Nov 18)

Tiny Ones – TimberNook South Adelaide (Casual Booking – Nov 18)

Ages: 1.5 - 5

Dates: Nov 18

Times: 9:30 am - 11:30 am

Price: $12.20 per child

Overview:

This program was designed for the smallest of our TimberNook adventurers. You and your child together will venture into the woods for creative play opportunities that engage the mind and challenge the senses, such as hosting a tea party in the garden, doing “construction work” in mud puddles, or experimenting with color in giant foam experiences. You’ll walk away each week brimming with ideas for inspiring unique, creative play at home as well. Programs may vary based on location.
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Tiny Ones (Full Term 4 Registration) – TimberNook South Adelaide

Tiny Ones (Full Term 4 Registration) – TimberNook South Adelaide

Ages: 1.5 - 5

Dates: Oct 28 - Dec 9

Times: 9:30 am - 11:30 am

Price: $41.00 per child

Overview:

This program was designed for the smallest of our TimberNook adventurers. You and your child together will venture into the woods for creative play opportunities that engage the mind and challenge the senses, such as hosting a tea party in the garden, doing “construction work” in mud puddles, or experimenting with color in giant foam experiences. You’ll walk away each week brimming with ideas for inspiring unique, creative play at home as well. Programs may vary based on location.
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