Fees & Funding - Villa Bambini Essendon & Templestowe

Our Fees

Our fees are:

$175 per day or $820 FT

$160 per day or $740 FT

New Centre Villa Bambini Essendon North
Opening Early 2024

This includes all meals, nappies (if required), art/craft supplies and activities. We may have special activities for an additional charge if your child would like to participate.

Before commencement each child must have a completed enrolment form. Once it has been confirmed there is a place available, a holding deposit of two weeks of the full fee is required. This is non-refundable and is not used towards your fees. We also require that your account be kept two weeks in advance.



Changes to the Government Funding - The New Child Care Package.

The Australian Government's New Child Care Package (Jobs for Families Child Care Package) is commencing from 2nd July 2018. This will result in a number of changes to how child care subsidies are paid in Australia.

The new Child Care Subsidy (CCS) will be one payment made directly to your Child Care Provider (Villa Bambini) and then passed through to families . The percentage that you will be eligible to receive will be based on three factors:

  1. Combined family income
  2. Activity level of families - activity level is the 'recognised activities' that enables a family to claim a subsidy (eg: work, study or training) up to a maximum of 100 hours per fortnight based on the parent with the least number of hours
  3. Type of childcare - for children that attend Villa Bambini Centre is 'Long Day Care'.

We encourage all our families to review this 'Subsidy Estimator' on the Australian Government website here so that you are well informed on what this change means for you.

Alternatively, you can use this quick CCS (Childcare subsidy) calculator.

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Villa Bambini respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which our Centres are located, the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung and Bunurong / Boon Wurrung peoples of the Kulin Nation and pays respects to their Elders past and present.