Carabella Early Learning Centre | About Us
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About Us

Carabella Early Learning is a family based organisation, aiming to provide the highest standards of care and early childhood development for children from six weeks to six years of age.

We believe that play is essential to young children’s learning.

We acknowledge and support children’s interests and strengths to enhance and facilitate their learning process.  We endeavour to meet the need of children’s natural curiosity by providing opportunities for them to experiment, discover, solve problems and find out about themselves, other people and the world around them.

We believe that children should be given time to grow, to try, to reflect and to experience success so they can face future challenges, build on their strengths and accept their individual limitations without fear of failure or loss of self-esteem.

why choose us?

On site
speech plan
Rated Exceeding all 7 areas of the NQS
Provide all
nappies & meals
for CCR & CCB


What are your opening hours

7am – 6pm

5 days (Monday – Friday)

50 weeks per year

Closed for Public Holidays

Pricing Information

Carabella’s fees are revised and set each year.
For more information please contact the centre

What meals do you provide?

Carabella offers a five week rotational menu.

A variety of dishes are offered to the children, including beef, pork, chicken, fish and vegetarian.

We cater for children with food allergies, intolerances and religious requirements

What is your immunisation policy?

To attend Carabella Early Learning, children must be fully immunised, or on an approved vaccination catch-up program, or have a medical reason not to be vaccinated Children who are fully immunised will require an up-to-date immunisation history statement for enrolment.

You can obtain this from the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register (ACIR).

If your child is not fully immunised, you are required to provide the child care service with one of the following forms that has been completed and signed:

•   An immunisation history form (if on a catch up program)

•   An immunisation medical exemption form