Treehouse Early Learning Centres are Australian Government-approved childcare centres, which means families who are eligible for the Child Care Subsidy (CCS), Additional Child Care Subsidy (ACCS), or other payments will link to our centres through their myGov.s
Treehouse Early Learning Centres understand that cost is one of the top concerns for our families when deciding whether to enrol your child. Treehouse Early Learning Centres make the decision process more convenient for you by providing access to affordable fees and available rebates and subsidies.
At Treehouse Early Learning Centres, you can select from our six-hour, nine-hour, ten-hour or full-day (12) sessions and make the most of the Child Care Subsidy (CSS). Your circumstances and eligibilities may allow you to reduce costs by applying for the rebates and benefits offered by the Federal and State Government.
Please discuss with the centre director for more information.
The Approved Provider recognises he/she has legal responsibilities associated with establishing and operating a childcare service. The Approved Provider has a legal obligation to comply with the Family Assistance Law, Education and Care Services National Law, account for Australian government funds (Child Care Subsidy (CCS)), guarantee the fitness and propriety of the provider, including managing bodies, and any Authorised Supervisor/Nominee in day to day charge of the childcare service, comply with any Australian Government funding agreements, and ensure the childcare service remains financially viable.
The Approved Provider also understands its responsibility to maintain appropriate governance arrangements for the childcare service that reflects the legal status and authority to hold a Provider Approval and Service Approval and to manage the service effectively.
Treehouse Early Learning Centres are closed on public holidays, however, fees still apply if any of your usual days of attendance fall on a public holiday. CCS will normally be paid for public holidays except if your original 42 absence days have already been used.
Fees apply for sick days, though, the Nominated Supervisor may arrange a make-up or swap day at their choice. The Child Care Subsidy (CCS) will cover up to 42 absence days a year with no documentation and unlimited sick days if you’re able to provide a medical certificate or similar.