Education and care services(Back to top)
The City of Parramatta provides early learning centres for children from birth to school age, offering quality care and learning experiences through a variety of educational programs.
The centres are open for 11 hours per day, five days per week for 49 weeks per year.
Our qualified teachers and childcare workers are from a variety of cultural backgrounds and provide excellent care and education for your child's individual needs.
Council supports the provision of quality early learning services and all of our centres are licensed and accredited with relevant authorities, and meet all national and state standards.
Daily programs are provided to develop children's strengths, interests and needs and to respect their cultural backgrounds. These programs encourage children to share and express ideas individually and to develop social skills.
Play equipment activities and experiences are provided to develop children's physical skills, creativity and to stimulate their development through activities such as games, stories, music, art and craft.
Healthy meals and refreshments
Healthy meals and refreshments are provided for children during lunch, morning and afternoon tea times.
Fees(Back to top)
Fees are adjusted annually on July 1 according to City of Parramatta budget decisions.
City of Parramatta Early Learning Centres - Dundas, Ermington, Jubilee Park and Northmead
- Monday and Friday – $113 per day
- Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday – $115 per day
North Rocks Child Care Centre
- Children under 3 years of age – $119 per day
- Children 3 to 5 years of age – $113 per day
Child care subsidy(Back to top)
You may be eligible to receive a fee subsidy from the Commonwealth Government.
The child care subsidy is the main way the Commonwealth Government assists families with their childcare fees.