More than 100 Queensland childcare centres will shut their doors on Wednesday as workers walk off the job to fight for higher wages. Early childhood union United Voice says 7000 staff nationwide will walk out in protest over the sector's "wage crisis."
- Giggles Day Care CentreCooloongup, WA (6168)
- Kidikingdom Child Care - SpringfieldSpringfield, QLD (4300)
- Strawberry Fields Cottage Child Care Centre KanwalKanwal, NSW (2259)
- Aurora Early Education RowvilleRowville, VIC (3178)
- Springfield Child Care and Early Education CentreSpringfield, QLD (4300)
- Capalaba Child Care and Early Education CentreCapalaba, QLD (4157)
- Karana Early Education CentreKarana Downs, QLD (4306)
- Kidikingdom Child Care - HillcrestHillcrest, QLD (4118)
- Greenacre Montessori AcademyGreenacre, NSW (2190)
- North Parramatta Montessori AcademyNorth Parramatta, NSW (2151)
- Strathfield Montessori AcademyStrathfield, NSW (2135)
- Bumble Bees Early Learning Centre Pty Ltd - HornsbyHornsby, NSW (2077)
- Go Bananas Outside School Hours Care - St MarysSt Marys, NSW (2760)
- Pied Piper Kindergarten - Blair AtholBlair Athol, NSW (2560)
- Kidikingdom Child Care - CoomeraUpper Coomera, QLD (4209)
- Daystars Bardwell ValleyBardwell Valley, NSW (2207)
- Daystars KillaraKillara, NSW (2071)
- Wind In The Willows Child Care CentreKingsford, NSW (2032)
- Yeladim Early Learning CentreVaucluse, NSW (2030)
- Bronte Kids PreschoolBronte, NSW (2024)
- Joey's Cottage PreschoolChipping Norton, NSW (2170)
- Lizzards Preschool & Long Day CareHawkesbury Heights, NSW (2777)
- Shooting Stars Early Learning for LifeCranbourne North, VIC (3977)
- Kiddo's OSHC & Vacation CareEllenbrook, WA (6069)
- The Hangout Outside Of School Hours Care - YappingTapping, WA (6065)
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