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    Our new centre will be $104 per day. I never though I would ever have to pay that much (our old was around $60-70), but we moved house. I recently tried a centre for around $80 but wasnt happy with how the kinder teacher managed the room.

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    3 yrs ago I paid $65 per day. I shudder to think what it would cost me now.

    I never received 50% back due to the cap, and I really wish people were aware of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    3 yrs ago I paid $65 per day. I shudder to think what it would cost me now.

    I never received 50% back due to the cap, and I really wish people were aware of this.
    Agree! We don't get 50% back either. I think it's more like 30-35%.

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    After the rebate mine is $44 per day and I'm north of Brisbane.

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    We pay $96 full fee, 2 kids in care twice a week in eastern suburbs Melbourne. With the pay in advance factor we end up paying $500 in Childcare each fortnight. But our actual cost is $66 per child per day ($132) once we get the 30% back.

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    I am iN rural nsw and I pay $4 a day twice a week for my dd2. This is a preschool program and has children from 2 and a half.

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    38.75 a day OOP, 4 days a week. Full cost $77.50. I get CCB, not CCR .. I think that's right? I don't get the one that's mean tested. Its $155 a week OOP.

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    Oh and I'm outer west Syd. Good point PP, re the cap at $7500.. Had best account for that!

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    Rural area, $45/ day after rebate. I think we'll be eligible for some CCB but I'll find out after the end of financial year.


 

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