Who are we?
World Tower Child Care is a privately owned education and care service. The educators at our service hold a particular commitment to early childhood education. Our practices and service delivery are based on the National Quality Framework, monitored by the Regulatory Authorities and responsible to ACECQA.
The mission of our service is to provide quality education and care that is inclusive and recognises diversity, in a caring and supportive environment. Each child is encouraged to aim for personal excellence and to develop skills of independent learning and critical thinking in a co-operative learning environment.
Please view, download or print this document for more information about World Tower Child Care.
What's included in our service?
- Early Years Learning Framework Curriculum
- 5 meals
- Nappies and Wipes
- Language Classes
- Exclusive School Readiness Program
What does the centre look like inside?
Click here to take a virtual tour of the World Tower Child Care centre.
What are the hours of operation?
Long Day Care Service:
7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Monday to Friday
Emergency, Casual, Overnight Care:
7:00 pm – 7:00 am
Monday to Friday
24 hour Weekend Care
What should my child bring each day?
A small bag can be brought in each day with:
- Change of clothes
- Jacket for outdoor play times
- Wide brimmed sun hat for outdoor play
- Bottle (if required)
- Formula (if required)
- Dummy (if required)
- Approved sleeping comforter (if required)
Are meals provided?
Yes! Five meals are provided to the children throughout the day; Breakfast, Morning Tea, Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Late Snacks. Special dietary requirements including cultural considerations and allergies will be catered for upon request. Learn more.
Is there parking for drop off and pickup available?
Yes! A 15 minute drop off and pickup area is provided in the World Tower Loading Dock, allocated specifically for families who drive to our service each day. Entry to the Loading Dock is on Goulburn Street.
When do we communicate with our families?
Daily newsletters are compiled for each age group and emailed to families at the end of each day. Newsletters include photos and a story of the day, as well as general notices and reminders.
How much does it cost?
Click here to view our pricing.
Is there access to the Child Care Benefit and Rebate?
To aid in the payment of child care fees, the Department of Human Services has provided access to Child Care Benefit (CCB) and Child Care Rebate (CCR).
Child Care Benefit is means tested and the rate in which you are entitled to will be determined by Human Services.
Child Care Rebate is not means tested, however families must meet the Work, Training and Study test in order to be approved. The amount of Child Care Rebate is based on 50% of your out of pocket expenses up to $7500 per financial year.
Applications can be made by contacting The Department on 136 150 between 8am and 8pm Monday to Friday or visit The Department of Human Services.