Slacks Creek 4127 is a Queensland suburb located about 23.7kms south of Brisbane’s central business district. It is part of the City of Logan and has a population of about 10,432 people.
The area has a deep history, first deriving its name from the Slack family, who maintained a cattle run in the Logan River catchment before settlement. The region’s Aboriginal name is Mungaree, which means place of fishes.
There are plenty of early learning centre options in the Slacks Creek area with various service types. Out of school hours care, centre-based long daycare, occasional care, and family daycare are available in the region.
Food, fun, and activities
A child’s early learning experience should be all about fun, learning, and positive wellbeing. Slacks Creek’s childcare centres cater to all three of these essential values, offering in-house meals, educational programs, and more.
Most centres in the area offer morning and afternoon tea, while others offer breakfast, lunch, and other meals such as snacks.
Availability and costs
There are approximately 38 Slacks Creek childcare centres within 3km of the suburb. Among these centres, the average cost is $81 per day, which is well below Brisbane’s average cost of about $115 per day.