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Windsor Neighbourhood Child Care Centre

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    Long Day Care

    7:30am - 5:45pm

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    7:30am - 5:45pm

Located in a peaceful setting, and featuring an expansive natural outdoor play area, Windsor Neighbourhood centres provides children with a unique learning environment that encourages creativity and exploration.

For more than 30 years our experienced educators have developed close relationships with local families. We believe each child is unique and learns differently, so our educators will spend time getting to know your child and family so we can create programs that reflect the way they will socialise, learn and grow.

We care for children from six weeks and offer a Queensland Government approved kindergarten program for children in the year before prep. We are conveniently located off Lutwyche road for families who commute to the CBD and opposite St Mary of the Cross Primary School. We supply all meals, wipes, sunscreen, nappies and cot linen for the junior room. All you need to bring is a spare change of clothes and a hat. We offer nutritious, age-specific meals for morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. All meals are prepared on site daily, prepared by Kids Gourmet Foods. We are supportive of special dietary requirements and encourage families to discuss their child’s needs with us.

"Windsor Neighbourhood Child Care Centre has been a home away from home for our family since 2013. Both my girls have loved attending the centre, the staff are extremely caring, approachable and will try to accommodate your every need. The centre itself is a refurbished Queenslander that is filled with character & warmth, with a big back yard that the kids explore at every opportunity. We love our childcare centre and would recommend it to everybody."

Belinda and Trent

Confidence with books 

Opportunities for enjoying books are purposefully built into many parts of our day. Our kindergarten class enjoys reading and discussing books together with their teacher, talking about the characters and developments in their favourite stories. Sometimes the children take these stories into the playground as a prompt for their own dramatic play. We also create environments for the children to enjoy books by themselves, or in smaller groups. In this way children have the opportunity to engage with books and reading in the way that reflects their own development and individuality. 

Creating outdoors  

A mature mango tree shades our expansive outdoor play area, often becoming a central part of the children’s dramatic play and creative story making. The children spend time outdoors every day in the sandpit, riding tri-cycles, climbing equipment and exploring the many pockets of our garden.  

Nature study  

Our lightbox is a favourite spot for children to share, examine and discuss found natural objects. We encourage children to investigate and make new discoveries about the world around them and take opportunities to learn more about the objects which interest them most.   

Meet Our Staff


Kindergarten Teacher

I’ve been an early ed teacher for:
Over 20 years.
My favourite thing about being an early ed teacher is:
I love how I am able to express myself creatively through setting up environments and experiences where children can explore and discover through play. I love planning with the children and seeing where their ideas and interests take us on our learning journey.
Something I like to tell all mums and dads is:
Kindergarten is a fun and exciting year, and play is our vehicle to meaningful learning. The children are growing and learning so quickly. Soon they will be in school, where the game changes again. So don’t rush this year of kindergarten. Listen, talk, play and read with your children, you won’t regret it!
My favourite way to relax is:
Although I can be partial to Netflix on the couch, I really love walking through rainforests and exploring new and pretty places.

Current Fee Schedule

Fees are reviewed annually and may be increased each year. Quality care for children, affordability for families and financial viability of the service are the key elements in determining fees.