Greenway Childcare Services

Greenway values the developmental potential of all children, regardless of their background or abilities. We provide high quality, affordable childcare services, including intervention by way of respite care and parent/carer support sessions.

Greenway's childcare services have been successfully supporting children and their parents/carers for over thirty years and during this time we have watched hundreds of children grow and develop. Currently, we provide Sessional Day Care for pre-school children, from birth to three years.

We endeavour to work in partnership with parents to provide care and education that unites us in giving children the best possible start in life.

Our aim is to cover the six areas of learning with each child who attends, while encouraging parents to do what they can at home to further enhance, promote and develop these areas.

  • Communication, Language and Literacy
  • Physical Development
  • Creative Development
  • Knowledge and Understanding of the World
  • Reasoning, Problem Solving and Numeracy
  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Greenway Childcare Leaflet
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Opening Hours:

9am - 2pm Monday to Friday


Fees & Availability

Greenway Women's Centre operates a registered Sessional Day Care facility. Each session lasts 2 hours and children may attend for a maximum of two sessions (4 hours) per day.

In addition to private day care, Greenway's Sessional Day Care offers childcare provision for students and volunteers attending Greenway Women's Centre and respite referrals.


The Greenway Childcare staff understand how important it is for parents and carers of young children not to miss out on any part of their child's development. The Childcare staff provide each child aged from one to three years with their own individual art folder through which parents/carers can see the development of their child from month to month. For babies under a year old a photo album is collated throughout the year. This all comes together each year in June on the annual Celebration Day, when all parents, carers, grannies, grandads, aunties, uncles, friends and family are invited to see their child receive their folder, certificate and a gift in a short 'Graduation Ceremony'.

It has been said that it takes a village to raise a child - we believe that the village should also celebrate the child's achievements.