Room to run, climb and play
Our two outdoor play areas are spacious and grassy in our Enoggera child care centre, with lots of shade from beautiful trees. Sandpits and climbing frames invite children to explore, climb and run. Younger children can venture confidently in their own separate play area.
Ages 6 weeks to 5 years
63 children daily
4 playrooms available
- Healthy, allergy-friendly lunch and snacks
Your child will need:
- Water bottle
36 Glenalva Terrace, Enoggera Qld 4051
Hours of care
6.00am to 6.00pm, Monday to Friday
Feel free to drop in anytime to take a tour of our facilities.
We just ask that you let us know you’re coming.
Welcome to Mother Duck Child Care Enoggera
Our Enoggera child care centre is Mother Duck’s founding location. Recently renovated, it’s now one of our most modern facilities, carefully planned to create a warm, home-like setting to foster a sense of belonging. Spacious indoor environments encourage engaged learning through play. The playground has been carefully planned to provide the children with connections to the natural world. In this well-shaded play space, children are provided with opportunities to develop the curiosity, problem solving and investigation skills that contribute to lifelong learning.
Our Enoggera Team
Miss EmmaNominated Supervisor
Miss Emma holds a Bachelor of Education Primary (Early Childhood), attained while also working as an educator at Mother Duck Child Care Carindale. Miss Emma gained experience working as a grade one teacher, though her passion has always been early childhood education. Miss Emma brings a strong focus on continuity and linkage to help young children transition smoothly from the centre into school.
Miss JaimeEducational Leader
As Educational Leader, Miss Jaimie strives to create a community where children and families are mutually respected and valued. She passionately advocates for all children’s intelligence and providing the very best educational programs and practices.
Miss Jaimie began her Mother Duck journey when she was just a baby, attending her local Mother Duck during her early years. She joined the team at Enoggera as an educator in 2016.