Get Connected With Plumtree
Look at our wide range of tailored services including education, therapy, playgroups and training.
Our Outstanding Team
We have over 60 highly qualified staff who work from the heart, bringing a diversity of expertise and knowledge.
The Award-winning Now & Next Program
Find out how the innovative Now & Next and Pictability programs could help your family.
Join Us at a Free Event
We provide a full calendar of free events and workshops open to all families.
NDIS and You
Plumtree will be your bridge to the NDIS and will work with you to find the right combination of supports for your child.
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Our door is always open to welcome new community members to our team and our facilities. Contact us.
Help to change lives and empower people Get involved with Plumtree
Plumtree are well connected with and respected by the government, the Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) community, the research community and the broader community. These connections help us to make a meaningful difference for our families. In return, our families also do so much in kind work for us.
If you have a fundraising idea, or if you can volunteer to help us with day-to-day activities, we would love to hear from you. Plumtree is also a registered charity and any gift is much appreciated and is tax deductible.
Latest Blog Posts
Using the cloud to better manage information Documents from doctors, therapists, schools or organisations may be needed when your child joins a new service, school, or during the transition to the NDIS. Locating documents at short notice can be time-consuming and...read more
Stacey Touma, Peer Worker at Plumtree, was invited to speak at the International Society for Early Intervention (ISEI) Conference Welcome Reception in June 2019. The ISEI Conference has a strong history of bringing together experts from all around the world. This is...read more
Nicole Buffoni was a self-confessed hurried woman who felt guilty, anxious and overwhelmed by the therapy schedule she was trying to upkeep for her four year old son. Nicole constantly felt that she couldn’t do all the therapy that she needed to do in order to achieve...read more