Alpine Shire Children's Services

Children Services

Council is involved in providing a range of services for children. These include Maternal and Child Health services for infants and their parents and to child care services.

Alpine Children's Services

Alpine Children’s Services (ACS) is a not-for-profit organisation providing high quality early years’ education and care services for children aged 0-5 years old throughout the Alpine Shire. ACS manages the following services:

  • Alpine Family Day Care throughout the Alpine Shire
  • Alpine View Children's Centre in Bright
  • Lake View Children's Centre in Mt Beauty
  • Mountain View Children’s Centre in Myrtleford

ACS is overseen by a committee of management made up of parent representatives from across all services, the General Manager, a Councillor and the Alpine Shire’s Director of Corporate and Community Services.

The Educators across ACS are a team of early childhood professionals committed to providing quality care and education for families in the Alpine Shire. Coming from diverse backgrounds, each staff member brings a distinctive set of skills to the service. The combination of young and mature staff brings a high level of enthusiasm, passion and experience in the provision of the educational program.

ACS Services actively promotes further education, demonstrated by the high level of staff with Bachelor degrees in Early Childhood, Diplomas in Children's Services and Certificate III Children's Services. Staff are further supported with their professional development through attendance at quality training sessions and early childhood conferences.

To find out more visit Alpine Children's Services website

Education and care services operating in the Alpine Shire

Service Address Phone
Alpine View Children's Centre 23 Deacon Avenue, Bright (03) 5750 1367
Lake View Children's Centre Reserve Drive, Mount Beauty (03) 5754 4848
Mountain View Children’s Centre 51 Prince Street, Myrtleford (03) 5752 2111
Alpine Family Day Care (central office) 23 Deacon Avenue, Bright (03) 5750 1367


What is a playgroup?
Playgroups provide parents and caregivers with the opportunity to meet new people, gain support and exchange parenting ideas. They allow babies, toddlers and preschoolers to socialise as they play and learn together. All playgroups are different but the emphasis is on fun and friendship. Visit Playgroup Victoria

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Toy Library

What is a Toy Library?
A toy library is a place where parents or carers can go to borrow a large variety of educational toys, puzzles and games on a regular basis. By providing new play materials every week or two, parents can save money and significantly contribute towards the development and education of their children.

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