KU Lance Children's Centre

KU Lance Children's Centre

4.4 Google Rating|Exceeding
Mon-Fri 7:30AM - 6:00PM
37 High Street, Millers Point

Centre Highlights

Sustainability education

Play-based learning

Transition to school program

StoryPark app to track child’s progress

Reconciliation Action Plan

Government funded preschool program

Nutritious meals provided

Regular community excursions

Included in fees

Breakfast, Morning Tea, Lunch, Afternoon Tea

Education Programs


About KU Lance Children's Centre

Catering to children aged 6 weeks to 6 years, KU Lance Children’s Centre helps children to reach their full potential in a calm and welcoming environment. The educators focus on a play-based approach that is flexible to meet the needs of each individual child’s needs.

The outdoor playground at the centre draws heavily on the stunning natural environment that surrounds the centre. The children can play in the sand, water and grass or with leaves and twigs. Regular excursions to Barangaroo Headland Park extend the children’s connection with nature.

The educators work closely with each child and their family to build strong relationships. The focus is on positive interactions so the children can develop a love of learning built on a solid foundation of safety and trust.

Well established in the Millers Point Community, the centre is immersed in the rich history of the local area. Why not book a tour of this accessible and friendly centre today?

Availability & Fees

Age6wks - 12mths


$169.5 a day per child

Fees for KU Lance Children's Centre may vary based on rebate availability. You may be eligible to a rebate of up to 85% of your childcare fees.

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Reviews for KU Lance Children's Centre

Selina Spanswick3 months ago

What stood out for us at KU Lance were the teachers, the ethos and the physical environment. Together, they create a calm space for children to initiate activities that spark their interest. Children can move, at will, between the indoor and outdoor spaces while remaining safe and supervised. This meant our active, inquisitive child had many happy hours (across the week) playing in the sandpit, in between taking part in organised activities devised by the wonderful staff, including science experiments, cooking, mixed-media painting, digging for treasure, yoga, play-dough, sensory play, water-play and so on. Individual special interest activities were also provided for our 2 year old who loves numbers and letters. In addition to novel experiences, children always had access to puzzles, drawing tools, books, a play kitchen, toys and toy vehicles as well as the care and support of their teachers. Music, singing and dancing were daily activities, also. We really felt confident that our child could express herself at KU Lance. She was clearly engaged each day in interesting activities, and bonded well with her care-givers. We could see that the children expressed care for each other each, too. Other unique features of KU Lance include the onsite cook, who prepares wonderful fresh meals, and a pet bunny who is fed kitchen scraps by the children. We are sorry we had to leave and are so grateful for the 12 months of care and education our child received there. Five stars!

Location of KU Lance Children's Centre

37 High Street, Millers Point

Millers Point suburb information

Millers Point is a suburb located in New South Wales. There are approximately 1 child care centres in Millers Point.

How much is child care in Millers Point? On average, the cost of child care in Millers Point is $165 per day. This breaks down to $165 per day for babies, $165 per day for toddlers and $165 per day for kindergarten.

Millers Point sits just above the national NQS Rating & the average rating of centres is «Exceeding NQS».

Average cost per day


0-12 Months



13-24 Months



2-3 Years


National quality standard

Millers Point
National Average
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