Eurobodalla Council's Children's Services are more than just childcare, we focus on fostering the development of your child, creating and strengthening communities and celebrating our pristine natural environments. With over 25 years of experience, we have more than 450 children enrolled in our various services.
We have a long, professional history of providing education and care for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and primary aged children.
Safe, fun and nurturing
We deliver fun and engaging learning programs in safe environments which are fully compliant with national laws and regulations. Our qualified Educators are nurturing, engaging and committed to the learning, development and safety of the children in their care. They adopt a partnership approach with families to deliver the best outcomes for every child.
Council's Children's Services is a not-for-profit service, aiming to provide the best outcomes for local children and families. Contact Children's Services for more information, or call 02 4474 1000.
Family Day Care provides education and care for children in a secure, happy and stimulating environment provided by qualified Educators. Family Day Care services are operating as usual.
Out Of School Hours Kids provides a great place for kids to hang out, have fun, play and be active after school and during school holidays. OOSH services are operating as usual.
As a safety precaution to limit public gatherings and slow the spread of coronavirus, all Council events have been cancelled for now. Thank you for your understanding.
Our playgroups are a great opportunity for families to have fun together while preparing young children for school. As a safety precaution during the coronavirus pandemic, our 3Bs playgroups are cancelled for now.
Download brochures for general information, OOSH Kids and Family Day Care
We welcome any suggestions or comments you may have regarding the services and programs
Our combined Children's Services newsletter keeps you up-to-date on events, enrolments and other important announcements.
Join your local Embracing Babies group, an informal play program to help Eurobodalla mums, dads and carers of infants. You can still sign up, but to limit public gatherings and slow the spread of coronavirus, Embracing Babies groups are on hold for now.