Engadine 2233 is located in southern Sydney, around 33km from the CBD in Sutherland Shire. In 2016, Engadine had a population of 17,375. The suburb is bounded by the Heathcote National Park in the west and the Royal National Park in the east, and is surrounded by rolling sandstone cliffs, native trees and stunning views of the Sydney Basin. Engadine is considered to be highly safe with low crime rates.
For education, Engadine has six schools, including public primary and high schools, as well as two colleges. Early learning centre options in Engadine are abundant, with long daycare centres, out of school hours care, occasional care, and family daycare also on offer. The childcare centres are spread throughout the suburb so they are easily accessible by public and private transport.
What’s on offer
Engadine Childcare provides plenty of options for children to learn through fun and play. There is a Montessori academy, and STEM is the focus of many of the local centres, which also follow the Early Years Learning Framework. Outdoor play is important and as such, there are fantastic playgrounds at local centres.
When food is provided by the centre, this adheres to the strict national guidelines for healthy eating. If children bring their own food, they must abide by the centre rules for allergies and nutrition. Open communication is always encouraged.