A morning tea is a great way to meet other parents who have a child with a cleft.  Morning teas are either hosted by a committee member or contact parent or held at a park or children’s activity centre like The Beach House in Osborne Park.  It gives you the opportunity to speak to others who are going through the same things as you are, or perhaps have already been through it and can offer advice.  Please don’t feel shy or embarrassed, you will always be welcome and they are worth attending.   Even if you have to drive a fair distance, you will be glad you did! 

The support and friendships that develop from these events have been found to be truly beneficial by many of our parents.  When they are hosted by a parent we ask you to RSVP to the host so they know how many people to cater for.  You are more than welcome to bring your children, your partner, your parents, another member of your family or a friend as we appreciate meeting a room full of strangers can be a bit daunting.  The park morning teas generally fall on the weekend or during school holidays and are great for when you have active children that need entertaining.  They are popular with our working parents as they don’t require taking time off work and the whole family can come.


Saturday 15th July

Full of Fun playcentre - Unit 1, 7 Townsend street, Malaga

We have a table reserved for us in the cafe.  
As per website the entree prices are:
Kids under 1 Free
Kids aged 1-4 $8 per child
Kids aged 5-12 $10 per child

Please note they don't allow food from the outside to be brought in.

If you would like to attend, please RSVP to us via email "[email protected]" and we will reply with a confirmation email.
Or RSVP on the facebook event at the following link 

Most monthly morning teas are on the 15th of the month and start at 10.00am. 

We are always looking for new places to have mornig teas?  Any suggestions, would be appreciated.  Would you like to hold a morning tea at your house?  Please let us know!!! 



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