EPIC Holiday camps is a fully approved service meaning approved families can access Child Care Subsidy reducing their fees to 50% or less of our daily fee.

Here's some more information about these rebates:

On 2 July 2018 the Child Care Subsidy and Additional Child Care Subsidy will replace the current child care fee assistance payments. Child Care Subsidy will be paid directly to your approved child care provider/s to reduce the fees you pay. 

In April 2018 all families currently in receipt of Child Care Benefit and/or Child Care Rebate for approved care should have recieved a Centrelink letter about transitioning to the Child Care Subsidy.

You should follow the instructions in your letter and go online to complete your Child Care Subsidy assessment or claim for Child Care Subsidy as soon as possible.

Combined family income is one of the three factors that will determine a family's level of Child Care Subsidy.
Under the Child Care Subsidy, the percentage of subsidy a family will be entitled to will be based on their combined annual income, with more financial support available to lower income families.

This table shows the percentage of child care fees the Government will contribute based on a family's combined income:

Family Income Table 

For more information click on these links:

The new Child Care Subsidy

Transition for families

Combined family income