Mini Musos is our community focused interactive group for parents/caregivers and their preschool aged children, run weekly during school terms on a Tuesday between 10am and 12pm

Through stories, playful musical interaction and movement we encourage the children's creative potential and strengthen the parent/child relationship

We welcome any parent/caregiver who cares for preschool aged children to join us on Tuesday mornings, and is just a gold coin donation to help us cover running costs


" I have been coming to Mini Musos for five years with my children. My children have benefited incredibly from the fun, stimulating and respectful environment. I have benefited from the community spirit and support from the group." - Helen R

"We come to Mini Musos because there is a lovely sense of community. It's an opportunity to see other mothers and children the same age as my daughter. I love that there is both free and structured play times" - Anna P


The Friendly Faces of Mini Musos


A mother and a trained and experienced home-based carer of children under the age of five. She enjoys being able to combine her love of music and interacting with preschoolers to be part of this fun music group. Glenys knows how important it is to build children's confidence and social skills so they can thrive, learn and reach their full potential. She is able to draw from her ongoing work experience and training to encourage other parents and caregivers in this area.

"I can see the benefit Mini Musos has to many families. I feel privileged to have the time and ability to enable Mini Musos to continue to exist."

Glenys has a BMLSc and is currently completing a GradDipECTeach



Frances is our Child & Family Pastor here at CNL, a trained teacher as well as a mum and grandmother. She loves to see children develop through creative and enjoyable parent/child interactions. She takes the pastoral care role at Mini Musos, for both the caregivers and kids of all ages. 

"I am passionate about creating positive relationships throughout our community, empowering and encouraging the parents/caregivers of young children to guide family and personal growth."

Frances has a BSC in Psychology and MSC in Child and Family Psychology