St Nicholas Early Education at Cardiff – an early education centre like no other

Long-time residents of Cardiff and its surrounding suburbs would have noticed big changes over recent years within the shopping precinct. 

The local library moved from an old building on the main road to a purpose-built facility within the new shopping centre. The train station was upgraded. And the old Bi-Lo supermarket has now been transformed into two fantastic services for the local community – St Nicholas Early Education and CatholicCare Social Services Hunter Manning.

While CatholicCare has been established in the building for some years, St Nicholas Early Education has only recently opened its doors as an 84 place centre offering exceptional early childhood education and care for preschool aged children.

Architecturally designed and landscaped, St Nicholas Early Education at Cardiff offers a state-of-the-art facility for the local community with a custom-made pirate ship play area that dominates a large section of the outdoor space and ignites little ones’ imaginations.

General Operations Manager of St Nicholas Early Education, Kerri Armstrong, encourages families to visit St Nicholas Early Education for a tour.

“There really isn’t anything like it in our region. The architects have done an incredible job of transforming the space from an old supermarket into an amazing wonderland for the children. Babies and preschool aged children who attend St Nick’s will not only receive the very best care available, but will benefit from the multitude of play-based learning opportunities the facility provides,” said Kerri.

You can enjoy the footage in the video below to gain a bird’s eye view of the St Nicholas Early Education Centre at Cardiff. But to really appreciate everything St Nick’s at Cardiff offers in terms of early childhood education and child care you should call Centre Director, Diana, on 4944 0750 and arrange a time to take a tour. You really have to see it to believe it!



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Joanne Isaac

Joanne is a Communications Officer for the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle and a regular columnist for Aurora Magazine.