Things to do

  • If you are new to the City of Boroondara and looking at Primary School options, the Victorian Government will provide you with all the information you need to help enrol your child. 
  • School is a big transition for your child. Visit Raising Children Network to understand school and learning. 
  • Look into before and after school care options if you require it.  
  • Enrol in one of the many children’s programs at one of our local leisure centres.
  • As your child gets older, you will start looking in to Secondary School options. Gather information about schools, visit open days and talk to key staff. The transition from primary to secondary school is an important time in children’s education. Read the Victorian Government's page on moving from primary to secondary school.

Parenting resources

Activities in Boroondara

Find more activities for you and your child in our searchable directory of activities for families.

Support and advice

In case of an emergency, call 000 for Police, Fire and Ambulance.

After hours

  • Nurse on Call: Puts you directly in touch with a registered nurse for caring, professional health around the clock. Call 1300 60 60 24.
  • Parentline: Free counselling and advice for parents and carers of children from birth to 18 years old, 8am to midnight, 7 days a week. Call 13 22 89.
  • Kids Helpline: Call anytime for any reason for counselling or just someone to talk to. Visit the Kids Helpline website or call 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Call 1800 551 800.
  • Victorian Poisons Information Centre: Trained staff will give first aid information, tell you if you need to call an ambulance or may refer you to a doctor for treatment. Call 13 11 26.

Find health information

To find quality assured, reliable, up-to-date and easy to understand health information on children aged 4 to 12, visit the Victorian Government's Better Health Channel website.

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