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    Quote Originally Posted by Stretched View Post
    No, I think that's pretty typical for inner Melbourne.
    Mine is in Carlton and its $105 a day all included regardless of age

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    that's really good @ExcuseMyFrench

    my sister's centre in inner city Perth was $169 a day. my jaw hit the floor when I heard that. they have their ds in there 5 days now! ouch.

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    Mine is about $75 a day including everything - except a nappy to go home in and one piece of fruit. Very spoilt to have found such a reasonably priced centre that I am actually really happy with.
    I'm shocked at some of these prices - it would certainly make me rethink working as much as I do if I needed to pay those prices.

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    Regional Victoria.

    Large chain of centres.

    $107 for the 2 yo and $102 for the 4yo.

    Only thing I supply is spare clothes and when DS3 was little bottles and ebm or formula.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    that's really good @ExcuseMyFrench

    my sister's centre in inner city Perth was $169 a day. my jaw hit the floor when I heard that. they have their ds in there 5 days now! ouch.
    WTF!? That is ridonculous!

    We pay $90 and everything is provided except a piece of fruit and DSs Sou milk in a sippy.

    It's not a chain, but not a community one either, it's technically an ELC in what once was a house. 3kms from the Adelaide CBD.

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    We were paying $120 a day but got benefits as i was studying etc.

    I'm going to look at FDC until kids goto school

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    2 year old goes to daycare 5 days a week. $115 per day, food included. I supply nappies. My out of pocket expense is $325 per week until the CCR cuts out which is usually the last 2 months of the fin year.

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    Long daycare I pack food nappies etc. $69 a day before the rebate ds3 goes 3 days a week and ds4 goes 2 days out of pocket just over $200 a week.


 

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