Noah's Ark Resource Centre (QLD) Inc

50 Shottery St

Yeronga Qld 4104

P.O. Box 149

Brisbane Market Qld 4106

P: 1300 497 437


Noah's Ark Inclusion Support Agency

Brisbane North

50 Shottery Street

Yeronga Qld 4104

P.O. Box 149

Brisbane Market Qld 4106

P: 1300 497 437


Specialist Services for Inclusive Practice & Enhanced Educational Outcomes for Children
Noah's Ark


Noah's Ark has Moved



Noah's Ark has moved to a new premise at 50 Shottery Street, Yeronga.


Service is back as usual. We are open from Monday to Friday, 9:30am to 4:30pm.


New in 2015

Building on over 35 years of experience, knowledge and resources in childhood development focused on educational outcomes, Noah's Ark is proud to launch the Professional Educators' Resource Library (PERL).

Access to the library and advisory service is by subscription only.

Our Services

These services are funded by the Australian and Queensland Governments.

This program is accessible by sessional, stand alone Kindergartens operating in Queensland and provides educational resources and advice to capacity build teachers for the benefit of better educational outcomes for children.  In addition, this program provides access to specialist equipment for Kindergartens to enable inclusive practice for children with disabilities and additional needs after a Therapist has made a recommendation for the equipment.

This program loans equipment and aids to Australian Government approved Early Childhood Education and Care Services (ECEC) (Excluding in-home care) who wish to build on their capacity to assist the inclusion of a child who has demonstrated ongoing high support needs.

The Inclusion Support Agency services the Brisbane North Region (includes Caboolture, Samford, Redcliffe, Deception Bay, North Lakes, Pine Rivers, Bribie Island and surrounding suburbs) which supports the professional and inclusion support needs of Early Childhood Education and Care Services (ECEC).  This includes building the capacity of services to create an inclusive environment for children and families that support their well being and development.  The program also promotes the awareness of and responsiveness to the following priority groups:
      • children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, including refugee children;
      • children with ongoing high support needs including children with a disability;
      • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.
Noah's Arks Resource Library has a wide range of resources and kits some of which are designed and adapted for children with disabilities or special needs.  These resources work on developmental milestones and are relevant for children's development.  Access to this library is via membership for families or via subscription to PERL for educators.  An advisory service is available to provide guidance on the selection and use of resources.  Membership to this library is often recommended by therapists and educators to enhance developmental outcomes in the home environment.

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