Yera Children’s Service

Our service is located in a beautiful building decorated with Aboriginal art, giving it a multicultural feel.

The service includes a rock pool where the children enjoy climbing and an undercover area that caters for the hot and wet weather of the Northern Territory. The large yard and playground allow children to explore their natural environment.

Yera Children’s Service is located within the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education campus (BIITE). BIITE provides an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander lens to mainstream education and their Certificate III and Diploma students teach us about their culture, language, community, family, dance, songs and share stories with the children. We in turn support their learning through the sharing of our environment, ideas, inspirations and child-focused approach.

Batchelor is seen as the gateway to Litchfield National Park, boasting magnificent waterfalls, swimming holes, and trails all teaming with amazing wildlife.

Our approach

We aim to be sustainable by re-using and upcycling materials sourced through the wider community. Our practices and principles are in-line with the Reggio Emilia philosophy, which has strong roots in nature and focuses on a learning environment enriched with creative and sensory experiences.

You will notice that our service has a warm, homely feel enhanced by the rich wooden furnishings and multi-use equipment.

Our services

We are a 34-place service.

  • Our babies/toddlers room caters for infants from 0 to 3 years.
  • Our kindy room caters for children from 3 years to 6 years.


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Contact us

BIITE Campus, cnr Kurrajong Drive & Wattle Place, Batchelor, NT 0845

PO Box 41, Batchelor, NT 0845​

Hours: 7:45am - 4:15pm Monday to Friday Phone: (08) 8976 0934 Mobile: 0499 799 888 Email:

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One Tree Community Services acknowledges the traditional owners of country where we operate. In the spirit of reconciliation, we recognise their continuing cultural connections to their land, waters and communities. We pay our respect to their Elders both past and present and to all First Australians of today.

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