The Milton Ulladulla Preschool Association will have access to more facilities, thanks to the State Government.
The association will receive a grant of up to $10,000 under the NSW Government's Quality Learning Environments program.
Funds can be used for state-of-the-art early childhood learning facilities and specialised educational programs.
Lyrebird Preschool Kindergarten and the Central Shoalhaven Mobile Preschool will also receive funds.
Member for the South Coast, Shelly Hancock was pleased to make the funding announcement.
"I am thrilled that the littlest learners in the South Coast will benefit from this funding now and for years to come," Mrs Hancock said.
"These grants can be used to make physical improvements to early childhood services, like new gardens, jungle gyms or bathroom renovations, and can also assist the roll-out of new learning programs, like music lessons or yoga classes.
"I look forward to seeing how the three services in the South Coast utilise this funding."