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Little Assets Creative Play and Early Learning Centre

Early learning is at the heart of what we do.

Explore, learn and discover through a play-based approach.

Little Assets Creative Play and Early Learning Centre

Early learning is at the heart of what we do.

Explore, learn and discover through a play-based approach.

Little Assets Creative Play and Early Learning Centre

Early learning is at the heart of what we do.

Explore, learn and discover through a play-based approach.

Little Assets Creative Play and Early Learning Centre

Early learning is at the heart of what we do.

Explore, learn and discover through a play-based approach.

We want you to feel comfortable and inspired

We want you to feel as comfortable and inspired as your little one, when they engage in our beautiful indoor/outdoor learning spaces with natural elements.


Our Best Offer for Your Kids Learning


At Little Assets Creative Play and Early Learning Centre, we are dedicated to providing a richly stimulating, innovative and caring environment that fosters a child’s natural curiosity and thirst for knowledge.


Indoor and Outdoor Learning Environments

We believe the environment is everything when it comes to your child’s learning, development and of course, FUN. We’re proud to offer beautiful, safe and engaging play spaces, designed with natural elements.


1 to 2 Years Learning

Being a toddler is an exciting time of development: Learning new words. Taking off on two feet. Exploring self-expression through tantrums – we embrace it all, in our Blue Room.

3 to 4 Years Learning

It’s official – your child is moving out of babyhood and into childhood. And with kindergarten just around the corner, our Purple Room (or Pre-kindergarten Room) is the perfect fit for this stage.

Partnerships with Families

The best-quality care and learning comes from working together with everyone involved in your child’s growth and development. We are committed to cultivating genuine, collaborative partnerships with families.

1.5 to 2.5 Years Learning

As your curious and eager toddler continues to become more independent, our Red Room team will be with them every ‘little’ step of the way. Using the Australian Early Years Learning Framework, we’ll encourage

4 to 6 Years Learning

Your little one is taking that big step into Kindergarten. And if they’ve already been through our earlier rooms, this transition should be a breeze.

6 Weeks to 1 Year Learning

When it comes to infants and toddlers, we understand the importance of TLC and F-U-N through learning, during this precious time of development.

2 to 3 Years Learning

From discovering likes and dislikes to understanding the ‘rules’ of the big world, your toddler is yearning to learn more about themselves – and they’ll have lots of fun doing it, in our Green Room.

Request a Tour

Come and visit one of our centres for yourself and we can take you on a tour of the facility.

Frequently asked questions

What are the staff to child ratios?

0-2 years 1:4
2-3 years 1:4
3-5 years 1:11

How do I join the wailist?

You can join our waitlist by simply completing the waitlist registration form available on our website. It is available under the “CONTACT” tab. Please be specific as to which centre you are wanting to put the waitlist with.

Is there a fee to join the waitlist?

No, it is absolutely free and only takes a couple of minutes to complete it. You can complete it on your desktop, tablet or any mobile device

How do I request to visit the centre?

You can do so by completing a “Request a Tour” form on the website under “CONTACT” tab. Please ensure you add your preferred centre for the tour.

Is there any initial payment requirement to confirm the spot?

For all enrolments to be confirmed, we ask for an initial payment of 1 weeks gross fees depending on the number of days you want the child enrolled in care for. The bond or security deposit is fully refunded after the child ceases care having provided 4 weeks written notice for the same. If the enrolment is cancelled before the commencement date, the full initial payment will be forfeited.

Is there a minimum number of days required for enrolment?

The minimum enrolment is 2 days. We feel any less than this can be too upsetting for children as they cannot settle and form attachment with other children or teachers. It can also be difficult for teachers to plan a suitable program if a child is only attending 1 day per week.

Am I able to claim government subsidies if I enrol at Little Assets?

Yes, we are a registered childcare provider which means that you are able to claim the Government subsidies relating to your childcare based on your eligibility.

What is the New Child Care Package/Child Care Subsidy?

From 2 July 2018, the Government launched its new Child Care Package. The Package intends to helpparents with children aged 0 – 13 work, train, study and volunteer. The Package includes a new Child Care Subsidy, which replaces the old Child Care Benefit and Child Care Rebate system. It will be paid directly to services

Three things will determine your level of subsidy:

  1. Combined family income
  2. Activity level of families activity level is the ‘recognised activities’ that enables a family to claim a subsidy (eg: work, study or training) up to a maximum of 100 hours per fortnight based on the parent with the least number of hours.
  3. Type of childcarefor Little Assets this is Long Day Care services and the hourly rate is capped at $11.77
How do I check my eligibility?

Some basic requirements must be satisfied for an individual to be eligible to receive Child Care Subsidy (CCS)for their child. These include:

  • the age of the child (must be 13 or under and not attending secondary school
  • the individual, or their partner, meeting the residency requirements.
  • the child meeting immunisation requirements

(All children must have an up-to-date copy of the following documents to be able to commence at Little Assets)

AIR Immunisation History Statement – for children fully immunised for their age, or AIR Immunisation History Form – if the child is on a recognised catch-up schedule)

How do I apply for Child Care Subsidy?
  • Firstly contact Centrelink to register for a Customer Reference Number (CRN) for both the individual and their child – (visit them or contact them by phone – 136 150)
  • Inform them that you wish to claim CCS for your child
  • Register for a myGov account online and link it to Centrelink
  • Input your Activity Levels and your combined family Income for the financial year
  • Provide both the individual and their child’s CRN to Little Assets so we can make a connection to Centrelink to ensure you can receive CCS payments
  • Once a connection to Centrelink is made, you will receive notification to approve the enrolment notice. Instructions can be found here: Visit the enrolments tab in your myGov account to approve your child’s child care details i.e the centre they are enrolled at, days they are enrolled and the daily rate
  • Authorise your Complying Written Agreement when you enrol your child with Little Assets (This will be part of your enrolment form)
What are some of the most common issues relating to receiving Child Care Subsidy?
  • The details of my child’s enrolment are incorrect e.g. the days enrolled for do not match/there is an extra casual day recorded or not recorded / the day rate is incorrect.
  • Prior to disputing the details in myGov, please contact us on (03) 99990240 so we can discuss any issues with your child’s enrolment and discuss what steps need to be taken to correct them
  • There are no enrolment details in myGov
  • Please check that you have given us the correct CRN numbers for both yourself and your child
  • That you have completed your myGov assessment so you are registered to receive the CCS
  • My CCS connection has been ended. This may be due to taking extended leave (more than 8 weeks). All children’s CCS payments will be automatically ceased by Centrelink if they have not attended care for more than 8 weeks. A new connection will need to be made upon return to the centre.

The daily fee depends on the centre they are enrolled at.

What does the fee include?
  • Music and foreign language programs
  • Sports program based on age groups
  • Excursions
  • Nutritionally sound meals and snacks
  • Bedding
  • Nappies
  • Wipes
  • Sunscreen
  • Cow and soy milk
Do I pay fees during public holidays and if so "why"?

All accounts are charged on public holidays in line with the centre’s fee policy. The reason we need to charge on public holidays is because we have every day costs that take place, regardless of whether children are at the centre or not.

Little Assets COVID-19 Response

At Little Assets we have a Covid Safe plan in place, so that we can act immediately, appropriately and efficiently when advised by health authorities. Our Covid Safe plan has been developed in conjunction with the current health advice and announcements made from Public Health Victoria and Department of Early childhood education alongside the COVID-19 updates.

Download our COVID-19 safe plan for more information on our protocols.


We Ensure your Little Ones are Getting the Highest Standard of Care


Anjali Rauniyar

Anjali is the Centre Manager at Little Assets Melbourne City and General Manager for Little Assets South Morang.


Emma Harris

South Morang
Emma is the Centre Director for Little Assets South Morang.

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