The Perth Mums Group #UsefulLists are community generated lists of some of the most helpful, fun and important places in Perth. Using the experience and opinions of Perth parents, the lists cover the best places for kids and parents across Perth.
Below are some of the best daycare centres in Perth as recommended by Perth Mums group members. Obviously the list doesn't include all the great centres in Perth, but this is a great place to start. Remember to always do your own research and make sure the centre meets your family needs.
Bletchley Play and Learn, Southern River Website Address: 2 Bletchley Parkway, Southern River
“A fantastic day care for my little one. The carers were always so lovely and they had great meals and education focus.” PMG Member
Good Start Early Learning, Carlisle Website Address: 166 Rutland Avenue, Carlisle
“Fantastic staff for a nervous first time mum leaving bub!” PMG Member
“Our daughter loves this place too even though it's not her first daycare :) Absolutely great and prices are not killing.” PMG Member
“My girl is in good start in Carlisle - it's a great place.” PMG Member
Good Start Learning, Queens Park Website Address: 146 Railway Parade, Queens Park
Como Children, Como Website Address: 47 Birdwood Ave, Como
“Absolutely brilliant, they've embraced the Reggio Emilia approach - they only cater for 2-5 year olds and my son had 3 brilliant years there.” PMG Member
Carrington Street Childcare, Palmyra Website Address: 70 Carrington St, Palmyra
“Carrington Street in Palmyra is awesome.” PMG Member
Giggle Day Care, Rockingham Website Addtess: 81-83 Cuthbertson Dv, Cooloongup
“Giggles day care in Cooloongup, Rockingham is amazing. The staff are so lovely.” PMG Member
Buggles, Beckenham Website Address: 118-120 William Street, Beckenham
“Buggles are amazing and are in Beckenham.” PMG Member
Little Learners, White Gum Valley Website Address: 242 South Street, White Gum Valley
“Little learners on South Street. My kids went there, loved it.” PMG Member
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