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Our History


Amy Hurd Early Learning Centre was officially opened by the Honourable Joe Shipp MP, Minister for Housing and Member for Wagga Wagga on Saturday 2nd December 1989. The Centre is named in recognition of the late Mrs Amy Hurd and her contribution to children with additional needs and community services in Wagga Wagga and the surrounding districts.


We are proudly a not for profit, community based service providing quality care for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years.


Qualified educators develop warm caring relationships with children and families. We work closely with the community to support families, this includes Aboriginal Elders visiting our centre and also support from early intervention services.


Environmental sustainability practices play an important role at Amy Hurd Early Learning Centre with educators and children implementing theses practices daily.


Amy Hurd Early Learning Centre is located in Kooringal on the corner of Kooringal Road and Kulgoa Street.

30th Anniversary

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During 2019, Amy Hurd celebrated 30 years of educating and caring for children! 

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