Room to run, climb and play
Our two outdoor play areas in our Kallangur child care centre are spacious and grassy, 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
95 children daily (Anzac Avenue)
50 children daily (Brewer Street)
Approved Kindergarten Program
- Healthy, allergy-friendly lunch and snacks
Your child will need:
- Water bottle
1370 Anzac Avenue, Kallangur Qld 4503, 6 Brewer Street, Kallangur Qld 4503
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 Kallangur
We provide early childhood education and care across two closely-situated locations. Each location offers a different experience and choice for families. At Anzac Avenue, all ages of children are enrolled. The centre layout fosters a feeling of community, with rooms facing a naturally-landscaped playground area. A separate playground is provided for younger children to safely master physical skills. Our Brewer Street centre provides a community Kindergarten feel for families seeking a more intimate setting for their child. Our Kallangur centre also offers spacious outdoor play areas with natural environments for children to explore and investigate.
Our Kallangur Team
Miss AmandaCentre Franchisee and Nominated Supervisor
Amanda joined the Mother Duck family in 2003 as a support educator at the age of 17. In 2011, Amanda came to Mother Duck Kallangur as a Nominated Supervisor, eventually becoming a Franchisee in 2012. Throughout this time, she has had her own two beautiful daughters who have been a part of the Mother Duck Kallangur family. Amanda has a strong passion for Early Childhood Development and education and genuinely believes in providing opportunities for children to play and explore to promote critical thinking, but most importantly, creating a safe haven for children to get away from the rush of society, slow down, and just “be”.
Miss TaylaNominated Supervisor
In 2017, Tayla joined the team at Mother Duck Kallangur while looking to pursue a career working alongside children. She completed both her certificate and diploma during this time, working her way up from starting as an assistant, to being a lead educator and now as a Nominated Supervisor in the office here at Kallangur. She is passionate about building positive relationships with not only the children but their families too. Tayla recognises the importance of these relationships and wants to help create and support the children in feeling as though Mother Duck Kallangur is a safe place away from home.
Miss EmmaNominated Supervisor Brewer Street
Emma has two gorgeous sons, who helped her realise her passion for early childhood education.
Emma began her career in childcare in 2010, joining Mother Duck Kallangur in 2015. She holds a Certificate III and Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care.
Emma loves painting, sewing and spending time outdoors. She brings laughter and creativity
to the Mother Duck family, sharing her enthusiasm with children and educators alike.
Emma is also a dedicated advocate for recycling, helping Mother Duck Kallangur become recognised as Runners Up in the 2016 Regional Recycler Competition.
Miss TaniaEducational Leader
Tania’s Mother Duck journey began in 2012 after she moved from her home country New Zealand. Only six months after she arrived in Australia, Tania had the urge to share her passion for children and their learning and studied her certificate 3 in Early Childhood Education, continuing onto her Diploma immediately after. In 2019, she was provided with an amazing opportunity to share her vast skills and knowledge with other educators as Kallangur’s Educational Leader alongside Miss Kirsty. Working primarily on the curriculum at our Kindergarten Service, Tania’s strength lies with mentoring the team and sharing her love of nature, culture and 21st-century life skills with the children and their families.