WA Day Public Holiday Opening Hours

The LLC will be open from 8am to 12 noon on Monday, 3 June 2024 for the WA Day Public Holiday.

The following services will not be available on this date:

  • Creche
  • Group Fitness
  • Swimming Lessons
  • Cafe

The centre will return to normal operating hours on Tuesday, 4 June 2024.

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At the LLC, we provide high level child care services, providing a safe and fun environment for children to interact, play and learn. 

The crèche is available to children from eight weeks to 10 years old. No bookings are needed to attend.

Children may attend for up to three hours per session, to a maximum of 12 hours per week. 

If you’d like to supply a snack for your child, please only bring cut up fruit or vegetables. 

Passes can be purchased at LLC reception: 

  • $6.70 per session.
  • $58 for 10 sessions.
  • $83 for 20 sessions.

Opening hours

  • Monday to Friday 8am to 11.30am.
  • Saturday from 8am to 11am.
  • Closed public holidays.

Call 9797 4000 or email llc.childrenservices@harvey.wa.gov.au for more information on the crèche.


"Please thank the creche staff for their advice and help this morning with my baby. It is so comforting to know that the team really care for the children in it's care. I always feel so at ease dropping my baby for her stay each morning so that I can have some time to myself at the gym. The ladies are absolute gems."

"I would like to make a positive comment about the staff at the creche. My daughter loves attending creche and I feel so confident with her in their care. They are so welcoming and feel like an extension of my daughter's family. Thank you for taking such good care of her."


Signing in and out

Please sign your child in at the crèche reception on arrival, and advise where in the centre you will be while your child is in the crèche.  

You must remain in the centre for the duration of your child’s visit to the crèche. Please sign your child out when leaving the crèche.

Crèche tours

First time users of the facility are welcome to view the crèche and meet our staff.

Call 9797 4000 or email llc.childrenservices@harvey.wa.gov.au to arrange a tour of the crèche facility. 

Distress policy

If your child is distressed in the crèche, our friendly staff will attempt to settle them. If your child remains upset, you may be asked to attend to your child.

Please ensure that crèche staff have your current contact details on file.

What to bring

Please pack a hat and apply sunscreen to your child so they can play outside.

If you’d like to supply a snack for your child, please only bring cut up fruit or vegetables. Children must be able to eat their snack independently. 

Please bring a bag with all items your child might need: nappies, wipes, disposable bags, bottles (already made up), dummies etc. Prams are great for small children if they need to sleep or just to sit in for comfort. If your child is under two years of age please ensure you bring a pram/stroller for evacuation purposes

Please ensure your child has a clean, dry nappy before leaving him/her in the crèche, and let us know if you'd prefer for your child not to be changed by our staff.

Please mark all items with your child’s name and place them in your child’s labelled bag.

What to leave at home

Due to the potential for a serious allergic reaction to nuts, it is important no nut products are brought into the crèche area.

Electronic devices, mobile phones, tablets, gaming consoles and cameras can’t be brought into the crèche.


To protect your child, other children and staff, please keep your child at home if they display any symptoms of illness such as:

  • High temperature.
  • Diarrhoea or vomiting in the last 24 hours.
  • Conjunctivitis.
  • Rashes.
  • Cold or flu.
  • Continual discoloured runny nose.
  • Head lice.

A medical certificate may be required before a child can return to the crèche after an infectious illness.

Accidents and emergencies

While care is always taken, from time to time accidents do happen. If your child is involved in an accident or suffers an injury, you will be informed as soon as practical and will be asked to countersign an incident report acknowledging you have been advised of what happened.

In the event of an emergency staff will remove children from danger. Once all children are accounted for and in a safe location, parents may then collect their children.