To the north of Melbourne, 26 kilometres from the CBD is the suburb Wollert 3750. According to the 2016 Census there were 9,060 residents in the area. The website Microburbs rates the suburb as an 8/10 for families and suggest that 55% of the population are families with children.
The area has a history with education and children with its first school opening in 1852. That connection has not stopped with Wollert childcare at the forefront.
Within the immediate vicinity of Wollert childcare there are 6 centres offering out of school hours care, 8 early learning centres, and a family daycare office. You can get occasional care and long daycare. Fees may vary depending on the service and the extras included so, contact the providers directly to find out about their service, fees, and enrolment applications.
Just because a long daycare provider offers meals don’t think their fees must be exorbitant. Most in Wollert Childcare are reasonably priced and with the Australian Government’s Child Care Subsidy the fees become even more reasonable.
For a top-quality early learning centre, family daycare, out of school hours care, long daycare or occasional care that doesn’t cost a fortune, try Wollert childcare.