Playgroup Tasmania acknowledges that we live, work and play on Aboriginal land, land of the palawa/pakana people of lutruwita (Tasmania). We pay our respects to the Tasmanian Aboriginal community, to elders past and present and to all those who continue caring for country, sharing stories and upholding rights.
Small grants of up to $1000 are available for eligible organisations to run events and activities during 2023 Children’s Week (21 to 29 October).
We need volunteers to help establish Baby Village playgroups around our state.
This great new way to play focuses on babies and/or children who aren't yet moving around independently.
Playgroup leaders can now access easy-to-use resources and training online at the Playgroup Tasmania Resource Hub.
In the online resource hub, you’ll find information, tips and resources on a wide range of topics including two interactive modules on how to make your playgroup inclusive and ensuring your playgroup is child safe.
This year's Annual Report highlights how Playgroup Tasmania playgroups are connecting, supporting and flourishing Tasmanian families throughout the state.
This year's Guide is bursting at the seams with an incredible range of free activities
Nominations close 5pm, Monday 10 October 2022.
As the saying goes, 'you can't be what you can't see' and it is our aim for all families to know that they have a right to feel safe at all times.
B4 works to bring businesses, government and community together to give all Tasmanian children the best start in life.
“While Grandparents add to children’s lives, children add to their grandparents lives too. Many older people say that keeping up with their grandchildren keeps them young.”
PALS playgroups are designed to support children with and without disability to play and learn together.
"My son is shy around other loud children in his face, at these groups he was able to watch other kids and understand how to play along side them without seeming uncomfortable."
"It's helpful seeing that kids do things at all different stages and each baby is different, so you don’t compare."