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    Default Childcare - how much do you pay?

    $90 a day on the baby room, BYO nappies and food. It's a long hours centre (6:30-6:30) and I drop DD off the second they unlock the door in the morning. We are on the sunny coast. I really like the centre. Wish they did food though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    $90 a day on the baby room, BYO nappies and food. It's a long hours centre (6:30-6:30) and I drop DD off the second they unlock the door in the morning. We are on the sunny coast. I really like the centre. Wish they did food though.
    Yes I can't wait til next year when DD is in toddler house and I don't have to send food. The centre is vegetarian and the menu looks really good. Am hoping it expands DDs repertoire too as she's a bit fussy at present.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    just read through all the responses and I think I'm getting torn a new one at my centre!!
    Does sound like its at the upper end of what people are paying. But if you're happy that's the main thing. I'd probably be happy to pay more where DD is going but lucky the fee is only $93.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    just read through all the responses and I think I'm getting torn a new one at my centre!!
    No, I think that's pretty typical for inner Melbourne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    just read through all the responses and I think I'm getting torn a new one at my centre!!
    I'm sort of in your area @Turqoisecoast - a little further south west, and we get stung $112 for DD2, who is still in nursery with food and nappies provided!!

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    DD4 who's 4 goes to childcare 2 days a week. They supply food, sunscreen, not sure about nappies. Cost is $95 a day. Centre is open 7.30-5.30
    We are in Newcastle, NSW

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    Default Childcare - how much do you pay?

    0-2years long day care room is $100per day. All food provided. Nappies are not. Make up days offered for public holidays. In northwest sydney. Centre is open 7am-6pm
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    My son attends long day care, 3 days per week. The centre operates 7.30 - 5.30. We pay $95 a day (DS is 2), this includes all meals, sunscreen and incursions. We still need to bring nappies and sheets for rest time. We don't have to pay for public holidays. This centre is in Sydney about 20kms from CBD.

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    In bris we were paying 85$ a day, 3x a week. Southern suburbs about 20km from the city and open 6.15-6.15. We provided food and nappies.

    In Canberra - 120$ a day with all included bar nappies. 7.30-6pm. Dd2&dd3 go 2 days a week now.

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    Currently only using OOSH (before and after school care, plus vacation care).Before school care is $14 (16 for casual)After school care is $21 (23 for casual)Vacation care for in-centre days is $55Vacation care for excursion days is $75Currently we only do two after school days, and five before school days. We do not get the CCR yet as we are in the midst of proving that we now have 100% care.We rarely use Vacation Care, unless the kids REALLY want to do an activity.ETA: Two kids, aged 8 and 10. So, currently costs us $112 each a week.EATA: Looking at care for DD and it's anywhere from $80-160 per day.
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