Join Yokine Community Playgroup
The Yokine Community Playgroup year runs from 1 February to 31 January. We are open all year round and do not close for school holidays! To see if Yokine Community Playgroup is right for you, you are welcome to visit up to two times at no charge.
See the timetable below for our current sessions:
If you are looking for an empty time slot to join with your mother's group, then please contact the Enrolments Officer to discuss further.
Contact Ellie at
Or fill out the form on our Contact page.
To see if Yokine Community Playgroup is right for you, you are welcome to visit up to two times at no charge. We then require payment of fees if you wish to continue. Fees are accepted by online transfer and you must complete an enrolment form, which you can get by contacting our Enrolments Officer by email: or (Click here to download enrolment form)
Membership fees are collected annually in January. Membership fees are calculated on a pro-rata schedule based on the number of days remaining in the membership year. Please note that once paid, membership fees are non-refundable.
Fees for playgroup include • $35 which is paid to Playgroup WA for insurance which covers you while you attend playgroup.
Online Transfer Details
Account Name: Yokine Community Playgroup
Account Number: 4178565
Reference: Surname or child’s name.
Payments can be made by EFT or direct at any Bankwest branch
Please keep a copy of your payment confirmation details.
If there is a problem with receiving your payment into our account we may ask to see this.
For any questions at all, please email Ellie at
Responsibilities of Membership
Playgroup is a nut-free zone!
Members must clean up after each session and are responsible for the presentation of the centre for the next group.
Please leave it as you would like to find it, clean and tidy.
Each group is responsible for the following tasks at the end of each session
Put away all toys; when tidying up ensure that toys are returned to their correct tub/sealed container using the numbers or pictures as a guide.
Please leave the toy shelves tidy. Dirty or broken toys are to be removed and placed with an attached note in the broken toy area at to the right of the toilets. Please notify the committee so we can endeavour to remove and replace the items as soon as possible.
Wash and put away dishes.
Remove all opened food and drinks from the fridge. Please date opened long-life milk, so the next group can use without wondering when it was opened.
Wipe down tables and stack away and used chairs.
Empty all bins, and replace bin liner. Please do not leave any rubbish in the centre for the next group to find. Consideration for all members is much appreciated.
Clean toilets and wipe over the bathroom sink.
Sweep and mop floors.
Vacuum carpet and empty vacuum cleaner.
Sweep outside front entrance area.
Put away all the outdoor toys, cars, bikes etc. back into the shed and ensure the padlock is back on and locked.
Turn off all lights, air-condition, and set the alarm before leaving.
Lock padlock to secure gate.
Some toys are not suitable, or safe, for children under 3 years due to small parts.
Please consider others attending a session when using these toys – safety is important.
If an adult is not available to supervise the indoor play area at all times, please do not make inappropriate toys accessible to the small children.