Our History

Milly Molly Mandy’s was first established as a private business by Sally Evans in the late 1990’s.  In 2000, a group of community members established a not for profit incorporated body called Brookton Multifunctional Family Centre Inc. and took over the business with the building being purchased by a private investor.  The building was purchased by the community organisation in 2005 with support from the Shire of Brookton through a self supporting loan.

Many dedicated community members have volunteered on the management committee over the years and it is their hard work, along with dedicated staff that has ensured that this vital early education service continues to be available in the community.


  • "Imogen loves attending Milly's (Brookton Early Education Service) and often asks when she can go there next. She's picked up a lot of new skills and has really grown in confidence when interacting with other kids. I would highly recommend the service for children of all ages."

    Danielle Gault
    Parent of Imogen
  • We have used Milly Molly Mandy's for the last 4 years for our 2 sons. I remember the first day and my eldest ran through the door, so excited to be there and left me with tears in my eyes. From this moment we haven't looked back. Now with the eldest at full time school, our youngest still enjoys going to his 'school'. The staff at Milly's are always so approachable and fantastic with the kids. Thanks Milly's for being a place my children have always felt comfortable, we look forward to continuing our relations with you.

    Rheannon Turton
  • Philo has been attending Milly’s for 3 years. He really enjoys the activities they do there. It has improved his social skills on how to interact with other kids.

    Ramy Mousa
  • Katerina has been going to Milly’s since she was 4 months old. Without Milly’s I would not have been able to work. Being an only child, Milly’s has give Katerina the unique opportunity to socialize and learn with other children. The recent pre-kindy program gave her confidence in a lot of skills that other children would have yet to learn.

    Marion Haeusler
  • Connor loves going to Millys (or school as he calls it), he has been going 1 day a week for almost 2yrs,. He has learnt so much, and has grown in confidence since going. He loves coming home and telling me all about his day, and it gives me a day at home to do the farm book work or help out on the farm. My oldest son Kobi went to Millys 1 day a week for around 2 years, I think it was great preparation for the transition into school.

    Sheree Blechynden