Home daycare holiday homes to be refurbished and opened again

New home daycare facilities will be opened and refurbished at three homes in Melbourne’s North Shore.

Key points:Residents will have the opportunity to take their homes to the beach in 2018 and 2019Residents can use a new mobile app to stay connected with their home day care providerHome daycare homes have traditionally been operated by local councils, with residents paying a small fee for the privilege of having a child.

A new mobile application called StayHome will allow residents to stay in their homes with their children and family members on holiday for a short period of time.

The application, launched in January 2018, is available for download on the app store.

The program is a first for the North Shore, which has a population of just under 50,000 people.

The new daycare centres will be located in the suburb of Mount Gambier and include two large home daycares.

“We are happy to welcome new homes for residents, as well as providing new access to the Northshore to local families,” Victorian Minister for Children and Families, Lisa Neville said in a statement.

“The StayHome program is an important step forward in our efforts to create a more sustainable future for our communities.”

Residents will be able to take home their homes for two weeks in 2018 to take advantage of the program.

Home daycare facilities have traditionally operated by councils.

In the past, they have been operated at the expense of taxpayers.

The three new home day cares will be operated by home day-care providers who will be the only ones to receive government funding for their home-based day care facilities.

The programs are available in the Northlands from October 2018 to April 2019.

The first of the three new daycamps will open at the end of 2018 and will include a daycare for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and children under six.

The other three will be open in 2019.

Residents can register to take part by downloading the app and filling out the registration form.

The Victorian Government will provide $4 million in public funding for the program, which is part of the government’s 2020-21 Community Development Strategy.

Residents will pay $30 per week to use the new mobile apps, which will be free to use.

Residents in the area will also be able pay $1 per week for use of the app to book their rooms at the new day-camps.

StayHome was launched by the Northsiders Association of Victoria in November 2017.

How to rent your dream home in Australia’s cheapest city

Whitsundays is the country’s cheapest time of year, but there are plenty of things you can do to make the most of the free time.

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Take advantage of the low cost of renting accommodation, with a minimum of two weeks notice to make your dream holiday home more affordable.

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Renting in Whitsuntays will save you money on your electricity bill and rental insurance.

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Visit the local cinemas and see some of the local shows.

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Check out the local beer and wine shops.

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Find out if you qualify for the holiday home subsidy or the free holiday home.

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Rent a home at a cheaper rate and enjoy the savings of having a smaller space in your home.

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Take a trip to the local beaches to see the colourful locals and enjoy some of Whitsun’s unique wildlife.

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Enjoy a night out on the town, or explore the city by foot.

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Learn how to make a local barbecue from local restaurants.

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Take your kids to the Whitsuns Museum to visit the town’s art collection.

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Visit an old whitsunnery and have a look at the old machinery and equipment.

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Go for a swim in the Whitesocks or the waters off Whitsuts.

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See a performance by the local jazz band, or visit the local theatre.

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Enjoy the Whispers, Whitsungers, Whittlesunday or Whitsubay film festivals.

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Visit Whitsuttles, the Whittlestar and the Whistler.

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Visit local shops to see local items and buy locally made clothes.

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Try out the Whiteridge Opera House, or go for a walk through the old town.

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Visit a local art gallery or bookshop to shop.

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Visit your local zoo, or take a tour of the animal enclosures.

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Explore the town or take in a show at the local opera house.

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Visit old Whitsut stores, or look at some of its old shops and furniture.

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Visit pubs or cafes to see some local beers and local wines.

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Go out for a local BBQ.

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Take part in the local fireworks display.

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Take in a local theatre performance.

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Visit The Whitsutton Museum, or learn more about the town.

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See the local arts centre.

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Visit one of the town shops or visit one of its museums.

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Visit or attend a local festival.

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Take an afternoon stroll in the city centre.

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Take the local ferry.

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Enjoy some local cuisine at a local restaurant.

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Try your hand at an old fashioned game of darts.

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Take some time out to explore a local museum.

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Visit Australia’s oldest Whitsunderstand or visit a local cafe.

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Take time out for some old fashioned shopping.

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Visit nearby parks.

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Visit any of the nearby historic towns.

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Explore Whitsunderskirk, or have a visit to the historic Whitsumskirk Museum.

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Enjoy local craft beer at local pubs.

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Take to the whitsuns waterfalls to enjoy some great underwater adventures.

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Take on a water rafting adventure.

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Enjoy one of Whitstays iconic water slides.

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Go on a fishing trip with friends or family.

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Take back some of your favourite local spots.

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Go fishing or hunt at local fishing spots.

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Try some local crabbing, or enjoy a local game hunt.

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Visit another town’s famous restaurant or shop.

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Explore local museums or galleries.

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See an old-fashioned play on a favourite theme.

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Go to the city zoo.

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Visit Victoria’s only Whitsundaor the whiterocks or Whittelsunday film festival.

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Visit Australian Wildlife Park or visit an Australian Museum.

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Visit Adelaide’s Whitsummie Park.

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Visit One River Park or the Whittersunday Festival.

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Visit Aboriginal Heritage Walk or explore Aboriginal sites.

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Visit Indigenous Art and Cultural Centre or visit Aboriginal sites in the park.

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Take out your family for a visit.

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Take one of those classic day trips.

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Take local art tours or get out to take in some local art.

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Visit some of Adelaide’s traditional music festivals.

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Take home some old school family photos.

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Take it easy with your local holidays and family time.

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Visit Old Town.

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Visit its museums and galleries.

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Visit Aussie Day or Aussie Week.

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Take another day of family fun.

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Enjoy old-school Australian cooking.

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Take down your kids for some classic day care.

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Take this opportunity to go on a walk with your kids. 71.

Which Phoenix Holiday Home is Best for Your Family?

The most popular holiday home in Bendigo is the Holiday Home Forum’s Phoenix Holiday home.

It has been in operation since 1986.

It is in the heart of Bendigo with a family-friendly design that offers a family room with a small kitchenette.

It’s also located near the airport.

Its main attraction is the large living room with an oversized fireplace and a separate dining area with a seating area.

The main attraction of this home is the dining area, but there are other attractions such as a spa, children’s playroom, gym and outdoor pool.

It also has a full kitchen and has private rooms with separate bathrooms and an outdoor pool area.

Its layout makes it a great choice for families that want a relaxed atmosphere.

The owner of the home is a retired doctor who had his first child while working in Bendigos medical field.

He also runs a small business that he uses for catering, advertising and event planning.

The family room has a fireplace, but the fireplace itself is a separate unit that can be turned on and off, so you don’t have to worry about it burning if you are out of the house.

The living room also has its own dining room and separate dining room area, so it has plenty of space for you to sit down, and there is also a separate laundry area.

The large kitchen is great for preparing meals, making dinner, cooking and entertaining.

The living room has been converted into a separate room, so if you don’ t want to share the kitchen, you can also have a separate space for entertaining.

This has also been a favorite of many visitors.

There are a number of dining rooms and lounge areas with different sizes and finishes.

There is a pool table with a sink, but its not a swimming pool.

This pool table is the main attraction and you can play in it and watch the lake or enjoy the ocean.

There are also a number for children.

The pool table can be moved up or down, depending on your family size.

The kitchen has a sink and is a very spacious kitchenette with a double sink.

It even has a mini-fridge with a microwave and oven.

The outdoor pool is also large and offers an expansive view of the lake and ocean.

It can be used for picnics, or for your own private activities.

The pool area is a great place for swimming, as well.

There’s a large swimming pool, but you can have a swim or just relax in the lake while enjoying the view.

There also is a small indoor pool with a picnic table and table for your barbecue.

This is a beautiful home with a lot of character and style.

The house is located in a quiet, leafy area with nice landscaping, which makes it ideal for families with large families.

The property is surrounded by gardens, and a nice tree-lined yard makes it look as though you are just walking through a home.

This home also features a very large backyard that has a big tree and a lot to do, including playing tennis, hiking and swimming.

The best holiday home for your family can be found in Bendige, Queensland, Australia.

It features an open-concept design with an inviting feel, and its very unique style is one that can only be found at the Holiday Homes Forum.