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    We only use after care and we are a permanent booking so its $17 a session and then we get the 50% ccr. I think it reduces slightly with two but DD hasn't started yet so haven't checked that

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    wow I can't believe how expensive this is
    I always assumed Childcare was the hard time money wise then it was all free, public system all the way

    To this who pay $56 a day, is this inner Sydney?
    i don't know where other people live, but I live in inner sydney and mine is $25 a day before rebate, so only $12.50 a day after rebate

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    wow I can't believe how expensive this is
    I always assumed Childcare was the hard time money wise then it was all free, public system all the way

    To those who pay $56 a day, is this inner Sydney?
    I'm in Perth suburbs

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    Im in Perth metro also.

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    Wait til you pay for vacation care on top of that, $80-90/day +excursions. I get a rebate annually after tax so I don't know how much I get back

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    My dd is $13 for before school care and $18 for after school care which is pretty good also food is provided. With the ccb and ccr it's a lot less.

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    I pay $22 for After school care (includes afternoon tea provided) and $58 for vacation care. I then get CCB & CCR so only pay about $10 a day

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    Wow! My vacation care is only $45 day, so $22.50 with rebate, but it's more if they go somewhere like a playcentre or cinema, but usually only $10 more.

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    My dd starts oosh this year. It cost $17 before and $37 after. They provide breakfast and afternoon tea.
    It sounds so expensive now compared to the others! Do they offer any food?
    Eta: mine is $27 after school which is a bit better!
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    For how many hours a day is that? My childcare centre is $8 an hour (when you divide the per day fee per the number of opening hours).

    A lot of qualified staff, food and nappies included, in inner Melbourne.


 

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