Physical activity and exercise are essential for optimising your physical and mental wellbeing. Whether you are exercising for weight loss, to increase muscle tone and flexibility, for socialisation or for some time out from your baby, you need to be reassured that your child is safe and being looked after.
LeisureFit Booragoon crèche is a clean, safe, well appointed facility with friendly and caring staff who will look after children aged 8 weeks up to pre-primary age.
Bookings for the crèche must be made in advance with payment made at the time of booking. The cost is $5.60 for members and $8 for non members for a maximum of 2 hours. Blocks of 10 visits can be purchased but there is no discount for doing this. An enrolment form needs to be completed before your first visit.
This can be done online or at the centre. The opening hours are 8:15am to 12:30pm Monday to Friday and 8:45am to 11:45am on Saturday. The crèche is closed on Sundays and public holidays.
The crèche has a separate entrance next to the main entrance of the leisure centre. On arrival, there is a check in desk with a sign in/out sheet and name tag stickers for your child and/or pram. There is a safety gate to enter the crèche, and staff will ask for directives of how you would like your child to spend their time, such as whether it is play time, nap time, or whether you would like them to have a drink or to be fed a snack. When you collect your child, the staff will report on what your child did and whether there were any issues.
Outdoor play area
There are indoor and outdoor activity areas, a quiet sleeping zone and a toilet and change area. There are many modern toys, play equipment and activities to keep the children entertained. Every week there are different colouring in pages that can be completed in the centre or to take home for later use. Children’s artwork adorns the walls brightening up the centre giving it a warm and cherished atmosphere.
Dress your child appropriately for indoor and outdoor play and bring along a bag packed with spare clothes, nappies, wipes, water bottle and snacks, noting that the centre has a nut free policy.
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