163a Montacute Road, Newton
South Australia 5074

Phone: (08) 8336 2100
Fax: (08) 8336 9256
Email: accounts@campbelltownccc.com.au

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Opening and Session Times:

Monday to Friday 7:00am-6:00pm
50 weeks of the year.
Morning session 7:00am-12:30pm
Afternoon session 12:30pm-6:00pm



Weekly fee: $465.00

Daily: $100.00

Morning Session (7:00am - 12.30pm): $62.00 (including lunch)

Afternoon Session (12.30pm - 6.00pm): $57.00

Session + 1 hour: $72.00 (Campbelltown Preschool Children Only)

Late Collection Fee: $30.00 per 15 mins

Late payment fee on accounts overdue for 2 weeks or more: $15 per week (Administration Fees)

Public holidays are charged at normal rates.
Absences are charged at normal rates also. CCB is claimable for up to 42 days absence per year. Absences over 42 days, due to illness, can attract CCB if a Medical Certificate is supplied to the centre. Public holidays will be recorded as absences by CCMS.

Payment Method For Child Care Fees:

  • Telephone or written credit card authority
  • Standing order
  • Cheque
  • Cash - correct amount only - no change kept
  • Bank Transfer:
    Commonwealth Bank
    BSB: 065 000
    Account No: 1106 1504
    (Please ensure that your surname is added as a reference when making a deposit into this account)

Fees must be received by Thursday PM to be included in weekly banking. All money, cheques and credit card authorities must be placed in our safe located on desktop in front office. Receipts will be issued for all fees.
Normal Office hours are 7.00am to 5.00 pm Monday to Friday.



The Australian Government is committed to providing families with access to high quality, affordable child care and provide financial assistance to help cover the cost of approved child care through the Child Care Benefit and Child Care Rebate.

Child Care Benefit

The Child Care Benefit is income tested and is usually paid directly to approved child care services to reduce the fees that eligible families pay.

Who is eligible for the Child Care Benefit?

  • Your child must be attending approved child care or registered child care.
  • Your or your partner must be an Australian citizen, a permanent resident living in Australia or be exempted from the Australian Government's residency requirements.
  • Children under seven years of age must meet the Australian Government's immunisation requirements or have an exemption.
  • You must be the person responsible for paying the child care fees.
  • You can apply for the Child Care Benefit in person or online through the Department of Human Services.

Child Care Rebate

The Child Care Rebate is an additional payment to the Child Care Benefit which helps families cover the out of pocket costs of child care.  It is not income tested and covers up to 50 percent of out of pocket child care costs, up to an annual cap, which at July 2014 is $7500 per child.  Out of pocket child care costs are calculated after deducting any child care benefit payments that are received.  Families can also choose for the rebate to be paid directly to an approved child care service to  reduce the child care fees that eligible families pay.

Who is eligible for the Child Care Rebate?

  • You and your partner (if applicable) must have had work, training, study related commitments (or have an exemption) at some time during a week.
  • You must be using approved child care.
  • You or your partner must meet the residency and child's immunisation requirements.
  • You must be the one responsible for your child care costs.  If your employer contributes to your child care through salary sacrificing or packaging, you should discuss with them who is responsible for the cost.

Even if your family's income is too high for you to receive the Child Care Benefit you may be eligible for the Child Care Rebate.

How to claim the Child Care Rebate

  • You will need to apply for the Child Care Benefit first.  There is no separate claim for the Child Care Rebate.
  • You will automatically be assessed and paid if you are eligible when you apply for the Child Care Benefit (even if you are assessed at a zero rate for the Child Care Benefit due to your family's income).
  • You can apply for the Child Care Benefit in person or online through the Department of Human Services.

How much could you get?

To find out how much Child Care Benefit and Child Care Rebate you could receive, use the child care estimator online or call 13 6150.

Child care assistance payments will be made once the Department of Human Services has received child care attendance details from your approved child care service/s.

For more information visit australia.gov.au/mychild