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Kinder Activities & Routine at Nola-Dee

Time Routine/Activity
7:30 am Early morning activities such as Painting, Drawing, Playing with Toys
8:45 am Dance and movement program
9:00 am Morning Tea
9:30 am Learning and exploration time inside or outside (weather permitting)
10:30 am Change children’s nappies and assist children with toilet training
10:40 am Group singing and story time
10:50 am Pack up activities (Setup chair & Table for lunch)
11:00 am Lunch for children
11:45 am Assist children with toileting (Settle children in bed)
1:30 pm woken up children with dressing and toileting and changing nappies.
3:00 pm Afternoon tea
3:30 am Learning and exploration time indoor/outdoor (weather permitted) 
4:30 pm nappy change and family grouping
5:15 pm Late afternoon Snack
5:30pm Put on soft music and have children reading/playing quiet activities to end the day.

Our Playground

Nola-Dee Child Care Centre

We have a natural outdoor play area with a large grass area and a sand pit for children to play and explore outdoors. The poles and posts in the play area are covered with safety post padding.

Children are encouraged to play with natural materials in a play based, open ended program which encourages children to learn, play and explore their environment.


Multi-lingual care

We have educators that speaks more than one language therefore we could offer care for children from different background and connect with the families


Diverse Culture

Nola-Dee Child Care Centre

We accommodates children from diverse backgrounds and we celebrate diverse events.

Throuhghout the years, we have celebrated Chinese New Year, Divali, Mid-Autumn festival and more together. 


Activity Board

We provide children with various activities and learning experiences throughout the day. Children also had the freedom to choose what they would play with and how they would engage with the activities.

Working Hours

Nola-Dee Child Care Centre is open from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm, Monday to Friday, except for public holidays, and a possible break over the Christmas/New Year.


Child Care Subsidy



Eligibility basics

  • care for a child 13 or younger and not attending secondary school, unless an exemption applies

  • use an approved child care service

  • responsible for paying the child care fees

  • meet residency and immunisation requirements

For more information, please check on this website https://www.humanservices.gov.au/individuals/services/centrelink/child-care-subsidy



Child Medication

Parents are requested to inform the carer or the group incharge about the medication required for their child during the day.

We have a Medication record book to record the child's medicine details. Parents need to sign the record book for any medication to be given.

Also please inform the correct procedure for storage and administering of medicines.

You can always speak with our friendly team to know more about the Medication procedure.