Doncaster  :  Fee Structure

Doncaster Tuition fees

A once off, life time Membership Fee of $50 per Child is payable at the time of signing your child up. This enables your child to enjoy and participate in our program from the time of his/her birth to when they turn 12 years old for both casual class and 10-weeks session.


Length of class 10 session package fee

(Must be purchased over
the phone or in person)
Casual/Walk In
30-minute session $275 $32
45-minute session $375 $42
1 - hour session $450 $49
1.5 - hour session $535 $59
2 - hour session $595 $65


Fees can be paid in cash in person, cheque, via online transfer or credit card. Credit card payment will incur a 2% surcharge. Please do not post cash. Cheques to be made payable to: Kimmba Play School Pty Ltd. If paying by internet banking please use your child's full name and session day as reference.

Parents please note that Kimmba Play School relies on prompt and full payment of fees to ensure we can meet our commitment to provide exceptional education for your children. Parents support is what keeps us going. All fees are subject to change without prior notice. Kimmba Play School reserves the right to withdraw service for non-payment of fees.

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