From the stunning Victorian mansions to Trocadero and Hub Theatre, the suburb of Newtown is a bustling place with plenty of fun things to see and do. Newtown is just 4 kilometres south-west of the Sydney Central Business District so it’s also a short commute both in and out of the big city for work or for play.
Local residents of Newtown know just how many cafes, pubs, and restaurants reside along King Street alone—making it an excellent place to socialise with friends and co-workers after a long day at work.
Plus, families in the area also enjoy the incredible street art that lines the buildings, the family-friendly and dog-friendly atmosphere, and the second-hand stores that overflow with treasures.
But besides all of the arts and entertainment available in Newtown, the nearby Newtown childcare centres are also worth mentioning. Fortunately for families, there are many Guardian childcare centres in the area offering the very best Newtown daycare options for busy parents.
Our Guardian Camperdown location is only 1.3 kilometres outside of the Newtown suburb, and its newly refurbished interior and exterior spaces make it an exciting discovery for both parents and children alike. Our Guardian Camperdown centre offers a spacious rooftop playground, water play areas, art ateliers, a vegetable garden, and a worm farm for all kids aged 6 weeks to 6 years to enjoy.
Just 3.3 kilometres away, our Guardian Marrickville centre provides a nearby Newtown child care centre that our families are proud of. The children at this Newtown early learning centre recently read and painted their way through The Very Hungry Caterpillar. They love harvesting food from our herb and vegetable gardens located on the premises.
In addition, our Guardian Tempe centre is only 3.6 kilometres outside of the Newtown suburb. And this centre boasts weekly dance, yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates classes for all of the young ones who attend. Plus, the team at Guardian Tempe are creative geniuses teaching the children how to make all kinds of fun crafts including lava lamps, melted rainbow ice, and shadow puppets at this Newton day care centre.
At just 3.7 kilometres from Newtown, our Guardian Lilyfield centre is a quick commute for parents who need a Newtown early learning program for their children while they work. And our Guardian Lilyfield centre boasts some pretty unique offerings for children, with lots of native trees and bamboo, vegetable gardens, and a range of age-specific studios where our programs come to life, children enrolled in our Lilyfield centre have many opportunities to think, grow, and learn throughout the day and make lots of friends while doing so.
We even have another Guardian centre conveniently located only 3.8 kilometres away, and that is our Guardian George Street location. In fact, Guardian George Street is a great choice for commuting parents who wish to use the Town Hall station and drop their little ones off without ever leaving the building. Children at our Guardian George Street location benefit from the fortnightly excursions to places like Hyde Park, the library, nearby cafes, and the local fire station, as well as the gorgeous city views they can see from our centre.
What each of these Newtown early learning options have in common is Guardian’s commitment to supporting the child’s learning.
Children enrolled in any of our Guardian centres spend their days playing and learning in the exciting indoor and outdoor environments, eating nutritious meals and snacks that are prepared by Chefs right on-site with fresh ingredients and seasonal produce, and learning from a play-based curriculum that’s specifically designed to ignite curiosity, discovery, and fun.
Parents are also able to stay connected to their child’s development and education every day through The Learning Exchange and the StoryPark App.
That’s why our Guardian centres are perfect for your Newtown childcare needs.
For families looking for something fun to do during their free time, King Street is certainly one of the best places to go.
Restaurants along this road serve up Indian, Italian, Japanese, Lebanese, and Thai dishes just to name a few. You can also check out one of the many artisanal tea and coffee shops nearby.
Or you can stroll along the vintage boutique shops looking for fun finds and glance at all of the cool art installations around the suburb while walking your dog or pushing a pram.