Eucalyptus Montessori offers 3 unique long day care learning environments for
children aged from 3 months to 6 years of age:


NIDO: for infants aged from approximately 3 to 15 months.  

Infant Community: for children aged from approximately 15 months to 3 years.

Preschool CASA (Children’s House): for children aged between 3 and 6 years.

Enrolment Process

Step 1: Enrolment Enquiry

We accept enquiries via our reception, phone, website, Facebook page and email address.

Families can also book an in-person tour with us to learn more about the Centre.

Step 2: Application for Enrolment

Families must complete our electronic Application for Enrolment Form to formally register their child on our waiting list.

Generally, children need to have been registered on our waiting list prior to being offered enrolment in our centre.

Please access the electronic application form at: https://tinyurl.com/EMwaitlistform


Step 3: Notification of Place

 Families will be individually contacted when a place becomes available.

During the conversation, the child’s development and suitability for a place at Eucalyptus Montessori will be discussed, and a formal Offer of Enrolment will be made in writing stating the agreed starting time and days.

Step 4:  Enrolment

  To finalise the formal enrolment process, a family will be required to complete all the documents attached to the Offer of Enrolment email. 

Once confirmation is received, individualised orientation activities will be arranged.

Please note that a submitted Enrolment Application does not guarantee a place in Eucalyptus Montessori.
Placements are offered according to our enrolment policy and influenced by available vacancies.

Fees and Subsidy

- Fees are calculated as a full day of attendance and include:

- All meals throughout the day, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea, which are prepared by our on-site professional Chef.

- Cloth Nappies and off-site laundering

- Sunscreen


All Programs are registered for the Child Care Subsidy that is available to families through the Department of Human Services.

For more information visit https://www.humanservices.gov.au/individuals/families or call the Department on 136 150.