Child Care Centres in QLD
In Queensland we have 1,680 Child Care Centres
The average National Standard Rating (NQS) is Meeting National Quality Standard.
Child Care Centre Articles & Tips
When a parent mentions that they're looking for child care, most of us would guess that they're trying to find a child care centre. That's because child care centres are the most popular type of formal child care used in Australia.
When considering your child care options it is very important to visit a number of services and spend some time getting to know the staff. First hand experience is the best way to judge whether a service ‘feels right’.
One of the best ways to make your final decision about which child care service to use, is to compile a short list of your top two or three services and then visit them.
We have compiled a useful checklist on the things parents should note when considering a centre for their child.
Choosing a child care service for your child can be an emotionally charged experience. This Tool Kit has been compiled to give you all the information you need to make the best possible decision for your family.
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The capital of QLD is Brisbane. Queensland has 19 regions.
You can also search childcare centres in QLD on Toddle.