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    Default Childcare Centres in Seddon, Yarraville, Melbourne City VIC

    Thanks to the information from a lady on this forum, my 6-month old son is now attending a nice childcare centre that I am really happy with..

    My husband and I are expected to move house again. Can anybody on this forum recommend a childcare centre in Seddon & Yarraville area, VIC ? My husband works in Parkville. Having our son in a childcare centre close to his work will be good for us. Can anybody recommend a childcare centre in the city, parkville area?

    Any information is highly appreciated. I have only one child and he's only 6 months old and I really really want to find a nice one for him.....

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    I really like Clare Court in Yarraville and they are remodelling to make it bigger and nicer. But...the waiting list is HUGE so put your name down asap.

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    Might be a bit off course but I have DS in tree house in ascot vale. It's fabulous. Depends on which route he uses to get to work I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faithy View Post
    I really like Clare Court in Yarraville and they are remodelling to make it bigger and nicer. But...the waiting list is HUGE so put your name down asap.
    Thank you!
    I'm trying to get more information about this Clare Court Childcare Centre but they don't seem to have a website.
    Do you send your child there? Do they have a room for younger babies,i.e under 12 months.
    Any informatio is highly appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    Might be a bit off course but I have DS in tree house in ascot vale. It's fabulous. Depends on which route he uses to get to work I guess.
    we'll take the train to work..probably is bit off course...Thanks anyway!

    It's not easy to find the ONE!

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    RMIT daycare takes 'community' people too and is quite nice. Another interesting city one is the new Eltham College Kids on Collins Street.

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    there's wimble st in parkville, and depending on where your DH will get off the train, there's park st in brunswick, north melbourne children's centre and lady huntingfield in north melbourne. I've worked at all, and all are great. Be aware though, ANY decent centres in the area have AT LEAST a one year wait. I am still waiting and DS is 15 months.

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    I agree that the wait lists in these areas are massive (I am in Newport)
    We have had our daughter in Little Assets (used to be Future kids) at the World trade centre in the city for neally 2.5 years now and whilst some aspects if the running of it have annoyed us - our daughter loves it and the girls there are great
    A bit easier to get into as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by saskiasmum View Post
    I agree that the wait lists in these areas are massive (I am in Newport)
    We have had our daughter in Little Assets (used to be Future kids) at the World trade centre in the city for neally 2.5 years now and whilst some aspects if the running of it have annoyed us - our daughter loves it and the girls there are great
    A bit easier to get into as well
    Thank you for your reply. You live in Newport? We're buying a property in Seddon/Yarraville area..It looks there aren't many childcare centres in this area.
    The problem with placing my son closed to work is that I might change a job...

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    There is a new centre opening up in Parkville
    corner of Oak and poplar st...on the corner of the CSL site. not far from the zoo and the tram stop there
    No idea what it will be like as a centre though......
    It is being run by Early Childhood Management Services


 

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