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Educational Experience is proud to provide furniture for all education and care settings and situations. Our ranges are suitable for new centre fit outs, room makeovers and one off pieces, all creating a home style touch. From beautifully crafted tables and chairs with natural tones, to soft furnishings such as carpets, cushions and rugs suitable for a wide variety of ages, the aesthetics and mood of a room will be enhanced by the inclusion of our furniture.



Book Racks

Bookshelves and Reading Corner

Carpets and Mats



Cot Sheets and Blankets


ed & cate Furniture Range - Bamboo

ed & cate Furniture Range - Beech

ed & cate Furniture Range - Birch

ed & cate Resin Chair Range

Eureka Timber Furniture

Dividers and Mirrors

High Chairs

Indoor Climbers

KidsF Furniture Range

Kitchen Resources

Learning Stations

Mobile Storage

Outdoor Furniture

Ozzi Hazelnut Matt Range


Scene Scapes

Sofas, Lounges and Seating


Storage Pockets

Storage Solutions

Table and Chair Sets


Toddler Beds and Peg Beds

Toddler Bed Sheets

Wall Decorations

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