The roots to grow and the wings to fly.

At Peace of Mind Family Day Care, the best start for all children means a strong partnership between our team, your family, and a supported and respected educator.  

Family Day Care offers small group sizes (no more than 4 little ones) which means lots of 1 on 1 attention; and a secure, familiar social group for your child.


Mixed age groups mean that babies and toddlers learn from older children, just like with siblings; and older children get to experience a leadership and nurturer role.  Children in professional home based care receive all the benefits of a childcare centre, with all the comforts of a family home.


We acknowledge the traditional custodians, and pay our respects

to those that cared for, 

and now share, this land.

Our Image of a Child


"Rich in potential, strong, powerful and competent; and most of all, connected to adults and other children."

Loris Malaguzzi

Regio Emilia 

Your child in Family Day Care


Each of our registered educators provide a personalised service to support families and nurture children in care.  

During the day, children are able to participate in a variety of indoor and outdoor experiences that flow naturally within a daily home routine.  Family Day Care is meant to feel safe and secure -just like home - but with the added benefit of a circle of friends, and the support of a qualified educator.

Every educator registered with Peace of Mind has completed, or is studying, at least a Certificate III in Children's Services, and holds a Working With Children (blue) card, as well as First Aid/CPR and Child Protection training.


Meet some of our educators on the  'Our Educators' tab, and let us know if you would like us to assist you with placement, or answer any questions.

Information and resources for educators

Your Educators Family Day Care Requirements

Regulatory Requirements For a Family Day Care Educator

Social Media 

More links available for educators and families on our Resources tab under Families

Educational Toys
Boy and sister
Group Lecture