Our is about $82 (i think) per day, meals included, before any rebate/benefits. Ends up costing us about $20.
DD is often only in for half a day. I can't remember the full cost, but it ends up costing up $12 for half a day.
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20-05-2014 08:13 #31
20-05-2014 08:22 #32
Ours in outer suburbs melb is $85 a day and that includes nappies and food. DS goes three days per week, we both work and receive both CCR and CCB and pay around $35 a day.
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20-05-2014 08:33 #33
i pay $130 f/n for my 2 to attend daycare twice a week morning tea and afternoon tea included. i supply lunch and nappies. thats with the ccr going to the centre
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20-05-2014 09:21 #35Senior Member
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$98 day full fees for long daycare for DD & $54 day for before and after school care for DS. No ccb only cctr. They go 2 days a week.
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20-05-2014 10:59 #36
That said I guess CCB would adjust accordingly.
20-05-2014 11:09 #37
Ours is $90 a day we supply nappies and formula/ebm. They supply meals. With CCR paid to them and CCB I pay $36 a day
Edit. This is Perth and he goes 2 days per week
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20-05-2014 11:29 #38
it varies so muchdoesnt it?
DH and I were thninking of bub no.2 but with my work I will have to go back after 2 month(good pay, competitive position) and once DH starts working he cant take time off either so bub will HAVE to goto dayccare full time ...which is hard in itself..hate the thought of a young baby in daycare ....plus the expense.. so for now no more kids for us,,
20-05-2014 11:31 #39
I used to pay $148/day all included for childcare in Sydney CBD but now we've moved him closer to home and we pay $92/day
Unfortunately, these prices are pretty standard and we are very lucky to have found a non for profit centre that keeps costs down.
20-05-2014 11:38 #40
if the care was 50/50 the other parent would pay for childcare too so it seems only logical that even if the other parent doesn't have 50/50 care he/she still pays for half of childcare cost.
I don't think CCB would adjust for that if the parent that has the custody is on a high income
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