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Our kindergarten provides a safe, caring and stimulating environment in a bushland setting. We encourage children to explore, take risks, question, discover and have an active voice in their learning. We work with families to support children's learning and development and are committed to open communication between staff and families. Our large outdoor area includes space for ball games, climbing, a mud kitchen, vegetable garden, fruit trees, and a butterfly garden.

Nature play everyday

Find out more about our goals and our focus in our philosophy statement (PDF 62KB).


If you’d like to volunteer with us, we’d love to hear from you. You might be able to help out with cooking, gardening, maintenance work or sharing an interest or talent you have. See volunteering in schools, preschools and children’s centres and have a chat to us about how you can get involved.

We invite you to join the governing council, which meets twice a term to ensure the smooth running of the preschool. Read through what a governing council does and speak to us to register your interest.

Acknowledgement of Country

Care for Country

Care for Country

Love our land

Love our land

Plants, birds and animals, Trees, sticks and leaves,

Kaurna and kindy land.


We acknowledge the Kaurna people who are the Traditional Custodians of the Land that Bridgewater Kindergarten is situated on. We live and play on Kaurna Land, caring for the plants, animals and waterways. We would also like to pay respect to the Kaurna Nation Elders both past, present and future.

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait people from all Nations, the Traditional Owners of the Lands and waterways throughout Australia.

We will work together with our community to identify and develop resources and attitudes to benefit our learning journey to reconciliation.

Bushfire risk

On forecasted 'catastrophic' fire danger days we will be closed. Make sure you know how we intend to contact you in this situation. You can find more information about an active bushfire from the CFS website.  See our bushfire plan and the bushfire page on the Department for Education's website for general information.