Regulatory Requirements

AlburyCity is the approved provider of Albury Family Day Care and is responsible for overseeing all operations of the business.

Albury Family Day Care operates under the National LawEducation and Care Services National Regulations and the National Quality Standards.

In 2013, Albury Family Day Care was assessed and rated as 'Exceeding' the National Quality Standard. This was a fantastic outcome for the service and we are all very proud.

As part of our licensing requirements we continually review our practices, policies and procedures in order to maintain this rating. This is documented in our services Quality Improvement Plan.

Policies and Procedures

Policies and procedures underpin all our practices at Albury Family Day Care. We have a comprehensive Policy Register where you can learn more about what we do and how we operate.


Albury Family Day Care is funded by the Federal Department of Social Services and supplemented by the Administration / Service levy from families.

Advisory Committee

At Albury Family Day Care we regularly consult with educators, families and our staff.  Our advisory committee made up of the following enables this to occur.

  • Three staff members
  • Three parents
  • Three educators

Meetings are held four times a year and nominations for the committee are always welcome.

Child Protection

All educators and staff are mandatory reporters under the Child and Young Persons Act. If our educators and staff have any concerns for the welfare of a child they are obliged to report the issue to the mandatory reporting helpline - 133 627.

If required Albury Family Day Care will work with the NSW Ombudsman's office to investigate allegations made against staff and educators regarding child protection matters.

Further Information

For further information or enquires regarding how Albury Family Day Care is licensed you can contact: or call 1800 619 113.