Multicultural Playgroups

Western Sydney MRC Multicultural Playgroups

Running on a weekly basis since 2016

Meredith Stuebe
Community Development Manager
"The grassroots level support offered by the Cultural Connect Project aims to increase the engagement of vulnerable families into a coordinated service network, transition families through a playgroup continuum, ensure early intervention by specialist services where developmental concerns have been identified and support improved parenting practices through culturally competent practice and service provision."
Noni Papalia
Children’s Programs Coordinator
"The Multicultural Playgroups support migrant and refugee families with children aged 0-5 years. We have organised three mainstream playgroups that specifically accommodate parents who are socially, culturally and linguistically isolated and focuses on building a strong relationship between the child and parent."

Our Multicultural Playgroups

If you would like to enrol your child, simply complete the enrolment form below.

The playgroups support:

Migrant and refugee families with children aged 0-5 years of age
Families from small emerging communities
Young parents, fathers, grandfathers and extended family members

At the playgroups you can:

Speak your own language and practice learning English
Develop new friendships
Enjoy an environment that reflects your own culture
Obtain support from the Coordinator on early childhood issues, advice and referral to other services
Participate in information sessions and discussions with regard to early childhood topics and settlement issues

At the playgroups your children can:

Learn through play
Mix with other children
Maintain their home language

Find out more, come along!

If you would like to enrol your child, simply complete the enrolment form below. Please note that there is currently a waiting list. Once a place becomes free, you will be contacted.

For more information, please contact Noni on 8778 1200 or

Funded by Families NSW in partnership with  Liverpool City Council, Fairfield City Council and Liverpool Public School.