Points of Difference
Family owned and operated.
Our beautiful air-conditioned centre is purpose-built with our children and families in mind. Our aim is to create a place and a space where families are always welcome, and where children love to spend their day. We are a single, stand-alone service, which allows us to focus totally on the needs and well-being of your child. Daryl and Michelle are active, hands-on, qualified owners who value the relationships that exists with families, our children, our team and the community. We want the best outcomes for children each and every day.
All-inclusive daily fee.
We know how busy and time-poor our parents can be. That’s why we are doing all we can to make life a little easier by being an all-inclusive service. We provide meals which meet at least 50% of children’s daily requirements. A six-week rotational menu caters for children with allergies, intolerances and cultural needs. In addition to food, we also provide nappies, sheets for rest time and a sun-smart hat. All you need to bring is your child, a water bottle with your child’s name, milk/formula for babies, changes of clothing and a pillowcase with your child’s name on it that they can use as a sheet bag. All laundering of sheets, sheet bag and hats is done at the service. Should parents/guardians wish to provide their children’s food, nappies, sheets or hat, they are most welcome. Consumables such as tissues, wipes and sunscreen are also included. Meals consist of morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and a late afternoon snack for long day care children.Before school care children are offered breakfast. After school care children are offered afternoon tea and a late snack. In 2017, our service has introduced extra-curricular activities, some of which are inclusive in the daily fee. Please come and see us for more details.
We have an additional room adjacent to our preschool room which is fully self-contained. Depending on the ages and numbers of children, this room is included with our preschool room as a preschool hub, opened for a group of younger children, or facilitates our after-school care children. This ensures flexibility with grouping children and planning activities, without children being “herded together”, and enables us to try to meet the needs of our families.