Do you need further assistance in making the right decision for you and your child?

The following organisations offer helpful information and resources on their websites.

Community Children’s Centres SA

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Learning Together, Every Day.

Community Children’s Centres SA (CCCSA) is a trusted network of more than 100 centres throughout South Australia. Dedicated to providing the highest quality care and education for children aged from birth to school age, tailored to meet their individual needs.

Every Community Children’s Centre is an incorporated, not-for-profit organisation committed to developing each child’s full potential in partnership with families.

Nature Play SA

Nature Play SA

Established in 2014, Nature Play SA is a not-for-profit organisation that inspires the South Australian community to engage with nature in creative, sustainable, and meaningful ways. Our core belief is that spending time in nature fosters deeper connections with the environment and ourselves. And as curiosity and wonder transform into a desire to learn, a new world of understanding, appreciation, and respect can unfold.

KidsSafe Australia

Kidsafe Australia

To make a safer world for kids by leading the promotion of action to highlight and to minimise the unacceptable level of risk and consequence of injury to children in our adult-focused world.

Child and Family Health Service

Child and Youth Health

The Child and Family Health Service (CaFHS) is a free service for all families with children aged 0-5 years living in South Australia. Our friendly and qualified team can help you give your child the best start in life.

Starting Blocks

Starting Blocks provides parents with information about children’s education and care is a starting point to:

  • learn about children’s developmental milestones
  • understand what to expect from an early childhood education and care service
  • find services and learn about their quality ratings, fees, vacancies, and inclusions
  • get tips on starting childcare or preschool, and what can be done at home to encourage your child’s learning and development.

Our aim is to provide you and your family with trusted information, all in one place – welcome to is brought to you by the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA).

Parenting SA

Government of South Australia

Parenting SA is a program of the South Australian government. We have been providing quality information on raising children since 1996.

On our site, you can:

  • find our popular, free Parent Easy Guides. They cover a wide range of topics about raising babies, toddlers, children, and young people from birth to 18 years. There are also Guides specially developed for Aboriginal and multicultural families. Many education, health and community services across South Australia have the Guides on display for parents to take
  • come along to our free parenting seminars in Adelaide, or view our live webcasts and seminar recordings
  • check out our range of parenting videos
  • order resources.

Early learning and childcare​ –
Childcare Finder

Government of South Australia

Early learning and childcare provide the foundation for children to develop both educationally and socially in a safe environment, while supporting parents into work. The Australian Government provides a number of subsidies and programs to help you with the cost of your childcare.

Department of Education SA

Department of Education SA

On this page you’ll find helpful information regarding eligibility for preschool, how to calculate when your child can start preschool, preschool starting ages and immunisation requirements before starting preschool.

Australian Children’s Education
and Care

Australian Children's Education and Care

The Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA – pronounced a-see-kwa) is the independent national authority that assists governments in administering the National Quality Framework (NQF) for children’s education and care.

ACECQA works with the Australian and state and territory governments to:

  • implement changes that benefit children birth to 13 years of age and their families
  • monitor and promote the consistent application of the Education and Care Services National Law across all states and territories
  • support the children’s education and care sector to improve quality outcomes for children.

ACECQA is an independent national authority based in Sydney. It is guided by a governing Board whose members are nominated by each state and territory and the Commonwealth. The Board is accountable to Education Ministers.

Cancer Council SA

Cancer Council SA

SunSmart Early Childhood Program

Hallett Cove Community Children’s Centre is part of the SunSmart Early Childhood Program offered by Cancer Council SA.


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