Long Day Care


Humpty Doo Community and Child Care Centre has been caring and educating children from 4 months to 5 years since 1985. We are a not for profit long day care Centre, catering for 90 children per day. We are located in the rural area and have large rooms and outdoor areas that are natural, inviting and offer learning experiences for all ages and abilities.

We believe in providing a safe, secure, welcoming environment where children can play, learn and grow. We value family input and encourage families to be involved with our programs to give the best outcomes for children.

Our Rooms

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4 months – 18 months


18 months – 2.5 years

Green Ants

2+ years – 3 years

Bull Ants

2+ years – 3 years

Fire Ants

3 years – 5 years


Nutritious breakfasts, lunches and snacks are freshly prepared on site, in our own kitchen by our dedicated and qualified chef. Our chef has a great deal of experience in creating menus to suit the needs of the children.

Sourcing produce locally and preparing our own food on a daily basis means that our children benefit and get the most from the freshest produce which has been carefully prepared, planned and balanced. Constantly changing menus are carefully drafted to provide children with varied choices of meals from different countries and cultures.

What Our Families are Saying

“Amazing caring staff. They have made my son feel so welcome and now he wants to come to daycare everyday. Their yard is amazing, with so much space for the children to explore. Wonderful centre all round!”

“Have both my little ones in this centre and they love it… The staff are fantastic and take great care of them.”

“This centre rocks, I’ve put both of my children through and they have loved it. It’s been a great preparation for preschool and awesome socialisation for them, thank you ladies!”

“HDCCC is an awesome centre, all the ladies that work there are welcoming and wonderful people. The children are always happy and enjoy going to creche everyday.”