Centre Information

The Cameron Park Early Learning Centre is a purpose-built facility, designed to provide children with stimulating surroundings, while at the same time promote sustainable living. We endeavour to conserve natural resources wherever possible. By saving energy and using recycled materials, we are teaching children to be environmentally aware and foster life-long good habits.

We aim to provide a quality service to families at an affordable price. To enquire about enrolling your child, please contact our friendly team today.

Centre Information 

The centre boasts extensive naturally landscaped outdoor environments that invite exploration and connect children to the natural world. Our benchmark facility is designed to provide children with inspiring surroundings that evoke curiosity and in still ecological conscious. 


Our Vision 

Our vision, to provide a service that pays homage to the wonders and magic of childhood, finally came to fruition when Cameron Park Early Learning Centre was established in 2006. This was just the beginning of our journey to honour our promise to create a unique place for children to dream up possibilities, imagine, explore and develop a sense of belief.

Together as a community we continually strive to build meaningful relationships that lay these essential foundations.  

School - Learning Centre in Cameron Park, NSW
Playground - Learning Centre in Cameron Park, NSW

Opening Hours

Our centre is open from Monday to Friday, 7:00am to 6:00pm, 51 weeks of the year.
We are closed on Christmas Eve and reopen the first business day after New Years Day.

Fee Structure

When enrolling your child, a one-off, non-refundable administrative fee of $160 per family applies. 

This secures  your enrolment and covers processing requirements. 

To ensure we are able to enrich our learning programs with high standard quality resources, an annual equipment levy of $75 will be applied to your fees at the beginning of each year and is payable by 28th February.

Fees must be paid two weeks in advance. All Fees are to be paid via direct debit from your nominated bank account on a fortnightly basis as specified by you. Statements will be sent via email on a fortnightly basis.

Fees will not be charged during the centre’s 1 week closure period. Fees will be charged for public holiday. 

For current fee schedule, please contact Cameron Park Early Learning Centre’s administration.


Should you require to change the days in which your child attends, reduce them, or cancel attendance, please notify us 14 business days in advance. In the case of a shorter notice, the already paid fees are non-refundable.


Our fees include:

Not included are:

Parents are welcome to provide own sunscreen and wet wipes in case of skin sensitivity. All provided items will be labelled with the child’s name. As well as the everyday inclusions as listed above, our service also

Child Care Subsidy Information

Cameron Park Early Learning Centre is approved long day care service centre for the purposes of claiming the government Child Care Subsidy 

In order for your family to receive this subsidy, you need to be registered with the Family Assistance Office

For more information please visit the Child Care Subsidy page.

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Common Questions about the Child Care Subsidy

As everyone’s circumstances are different, the following information is a guide only. To discuss your individual eligibility, please contact the Family Assistance Office  (FAO).

How much Child Care Subsidy will I get? 

A families Child Care Subsidy will be based on their combined annual family income applied per child regardless of how many children there are. 

How is the Child Care Subsidy calculated? 

There are 3 components the Australian Government considers, to determine a family’s level of Child Care Subsidy:

  1. Combined Family Income
  2. Activity Level of Parents
  3. Type of Child Care Service (Cameron Park Early Learning Centre falls in the “Centre Based Day Care” section)

You can use the online estimator to determine the cost of Child Care for your family.

If I am not working, studying or training, can I still receive government subsidy? 

In a two parent family, both parents must meet the activity test, and the person with the lower number of hours will determine the relevant step of the activity test. In a sole parent family, the sole parent must meet the activity test.

How much can a Family Earn before they’re eligible?

If the combined annual family income exceeds $530,000, a family may not be eligible to receive the Child Care Subsidy. 

How is the Child Care Subsidy paid? 

The Child Care Subsidy will be paid directly to child care centres each fortnight according to the attendance records of each child. Families must then pay the difference between the subsidy and the. fee charged.

More Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Child Care Subsidy can be found on the Australian Government Website.


  • 2-3 x change of clothes
  • Full brimmed sun hat
  • Comforters, if required
  • Prepared formula in clearly named bottles
  • Bed linen (fitted and flat, sheet, pillow is optional)
  • Nappies

If you’d like to enrol your child into Cameron Park Early Learning Centre, we will first schedule a visit. During this visit, one of our staff will show you around and discuss daily routines, programs, policies and orientation procedure. If we cannot guarantee your child’s placement at this point, you will be invited to complete our waitlist application. We will then contact you when/if a position becomes available.

We understand the introduction into long day care can be daunting for children and parents. Children’s welfare and wellbeing are the priority for primary care educators when welcoming new children to the centre and when assisting the family to settle into the centre environment.

We will organise a meet and greet session with your child’s educators where you will have the opportunity to ask questions and get to know the staff.

Easing your child gradually into care promotes a more successful transition ensuring their emotional wellbeing and sense of contentment.


We recommend a start of a few hours a day for the first few days. We understand due to work circumstances this may not be possible and there is of course, flexibility in the orientation schedule.

If your child becomes unwell, we will contact you immediately and you may be required to pick your child up.

We are committed to providing and maintaining a healthy environment, so please do not send your child to the centre, if sick.

In the case your child has been prescribed antibiotics, our centre’s policy requires the child to have been taking the medication for at least 24 hours prior to returning to the centre. 

We are open Monday to Friday, 7.00am to 6.00pm, 51 weeks per year, closed during the Christmas/New Year period and on Public Holidays.

Yes, we are a CCS approved long day care centre. For further information about your eligibility, please contact the Family Assistance Office