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Department of Education, Skills and Employment Australian Government Department of Health
Our Mission by 2030

Reduce educational vulnerability by 50% by promoting every child’s safety, health and education. 

Source: Australian Early Development Census

Our Aim

  • To improve access to local, safe, quality early childhood education and care services for pre-school children.
  • To provide access to tools for the early childhood education and care sector that promote safe, health and educational outcomes.
  • To provide Early Childhood Education and Care services with a referral pathway to early intervention for vulnerable families and children
Areas of Focus
Our Programs

Healthy Australia brings together technology, evidence, innovation and partners to help preschool children reach their potential.

We provide access to programs to the early childhood education and care sector which includes the following:

We are driven by “what works” and “what matters”.

We combine “what works” with “what matters” to co-create local solutions that deliver better and sustainable early childhood development outcomes.

The research and evidence on early childhood development is clear. The gap between what we know works and delivering that practice on the ground is approximately 17 years. We are committed to closing that gap.

The local context within each community is unique. We work with the local community to understand “what matters” to them.

We partner with a technology company HubHello to provide Early Childhood Education and Care services with access to child protection, healthy eating and learning programs.

We connect local healthy, community and welfare services with the Early Childhood and Education sector to provide simple access to early intervention for children and families as required.

Healthy Australia partners with a number of key agencies to bring together a set of expertise to drive better early childhood development outcomes across Australia. This collaborative is known as Thriving Together.

Join Healthy Australia

We work with local communities and Early Education and Care Services when we are invited to do so. We rely on funding from philanthropic foundations, government grants and community.

$10 a child per year is what it takes to reduce early childhood development vulnerability in Australia.

If you want to donate, partner with us or invite us to work with you please contact Healthy Australia.