As a parent, one of the biggest decisions you’ll have to make in the first few years of your child’s life is where and what kind of care they’ll receive when you want to go back to work.

This is why going to a Family Day Care should be at the top of your list.

In Family Day Care, children aged between 6 weeks and 12 years are provided with education and care in a small group setting through individualised programming and are encouraged to further develop their skills and knowledge.

Family Day Care Services offer very flexible hours, and provide children with the comfort of a nurturing, home environment.

A Family Day Care service is a network of trained and registered educators who provide care for other people’s children in their own homes. Educators have been carefully selected, supervised and operate under the Education and Care Services National Regulations and receive regular compliance checks. This is designed to ensure that your child receives the best possible care as well as ensuring quality and continuous improvement of the Family Day Care educators.

Family Day Care also offers access to vacation care, before and after school care, after hours and even overnight care.

“Our educator is so professional and loving to the children in her care. My son loves her!!!”

Melissa Stuart – parent


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