Central Registration for Kindergarten 2021
The formal period to register for kindergarten 2021 is now closed but you can still register.
Video tours are available at many of the participating kindergartens - click on the kindergarten links below.
Once you've registered you will receive an email confirming receipt of your registration. The family services team will process your registration when all registrations received during the formal period have been processed.
Need a kindergarten place in 2020?
Contact Family Services (03) 9599 4755 to discuss which kindergartens may still have vacancies and can be applied for.
Age requirement and Kindergarten readiness
Children enrolling for a 3-year-old program must turn 3 by the 30 April of the year they attend. (Due to staff:child regulations based on age, a child cannot commence at the service until they have turned 3 years old.)
Enrol for 2020 - Born before 1 May 2017
Enrol for 2021 - Born before 1 May 2018
Children enrolling for a 4-year-old program must turn 4 by the 30 April of the year they attend.
Enrol for 2020 - Born before 1 May 2016
Enrol for 2021 - Born before 1 May 2017
Find out about tips on how to gauge if your child is ready for kindergarten.
Early Start Kindergarten
Early Start Kindergarten provides up to 15 hours of free or low cost kindergarten to eligible three year old children where the program is delivered by a qualified teacher. You can read about eligibility or contact Family Services 9599 4755 or the kindergarten directly for more information.
Community Kindergartens participating in the Bayside Central Registration Service
- Black Rock Preschool
- East Beaumaris Kindergarten
- Gordon Street Preschool
- Grange Road Kindergarten
- Hampton Community Kindergarten
- Helen Paul Kindergarten
- Hurlingham Preschool
- Jack and Jill Kindergarten
- Livingston Kindergarten
- Nagle Preschool
- North Brighton Kindergarten
- Olive Phillips Kindergarten
- Olympic Avenue Kindergarten
- St John's Kindergarten
- St Mary's Preschool
- St Peter's Preschool
Bayside City Council acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government.