How do I place my child on the waitlist?


You can place your child on the waitlist by completing a waitlist form located in the APPLY tab under waitlist and emailing it to maria@greengablesdaycare.com.au


Being on our waitlist minimises the chance of missing out on a spot when you require care or as soon as your child turns 2.


Is there a fee to join the waitlist?


No there is no fee to join the waitlist, however we ask you keep us informed of your care requirements and if any information changes.


Can I book a tour?


Yes, of course you can, please email maria@greengablesdaycare.com.au or phone 96632163 to arrange a day and time to come and visit us. We would love to show you around.


What is the enrolment fee?


Upon accepting a position here at Greengables there is a $150 non-refundable fee. This is the only fee associated with the enrolment process.


What do I need to provide in order to secure and begin enrolment?


You will need to supply us with completed enrolment forms, originals of your child’s birth certificate or passport, and Australian Childhood Immunisation Statement from Medicare and your CCB/CCR details if you would like to claim your fees with Family Assistance. If your child has any allergies or regular medications, we will need to be supplied with medication for the service and copies of any action plans supplied by your doctor.



How many days should my child attend care?


We suggest for the 2-4’s room 2 or more days allowing the children to settle into the routine. For the preschool room we suggest 3 or more days, so your child gets the most out of our preschool program, and allows for an easier trainsition into school 5 days the following year.


Do you help with toilet training?



Yes we do help with toilet training, however we don’t begin this process here until you have had small successes at home first. Child care can become very busy and engaging so using the bathroom is often far from your child’s mind.


Do you provide food?


At Greengables we provide morning tea and afternoon tea. Morning tea is seasonal fruits and Afternoon tea is vegetables, biscuits, sandwiches, wraps, toasties, etc. For more information please see the Health tab.


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