New inner-city childcare centre off to a “Goodstart”

HOBART’S western suburbs will now have greater access to early childhood care following the official opening of Goodstart Early Learning’s brand new centre.

Located in West Hobart, the new purpose-built facility features a unique indoor and outdoor play area, as well as a small on-site commercial quality kitchen.

Goodstart Early Learning Tasmanian manager Chris Symons said the Goodstart team was “incredibly proud” to be opening the new architecturally designed centre.

“Children at the centre will have access to engaging early childhood learning experiences and curriculum developed and delivered by experienced teachers in a beautifully designed space,” he said.

In celebration of the opening, Speaker for the House of Assembly Elise Archer received a special “sneak peek” of the facility.

“I was delighted to receive a tour of this purpose-built centre, which features stimulating indoor and outdoor play areas designed to maximise the early learning experience,” Ms Archer said.

“The centre is beautifully designed and built and is certainly a space I would be happy to spend some more time in myself.”

Mr Symons said they were delighted that Ms Archer could participate in the special tour.

“As a local member, this was a wonderful opportunity for Elise to meet with our dedicated team of educators and see firsthand the quality of early learning services that we provide,” he said.

“It was also a great chance for her to meet with some of our families and the children who will be part of our Goodstart Hobart West community.”

Goodstart Early Learning Hobart West is located at 40 Molle Street, West Hobart and is currently taking enrolments in all age groups.

Caption: Goodstart Early Learning Tasmanian manager Chris Symons, left, takes Speaker of the House of Assembly Elise Archer on a tour of the new West Hobart facility

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