You are eligible if your family's combined annual household income is less than $354,305 and you are undertaking one or more recognised activities for at least 8 hours a fortnight.
To get Child Care Subsidy (CCS) you must:
The Child Care Subsidy Calculator tool is here to help. Answer the questions to find out how much you can get. Families with more than one child aged 5 or younger may be eligible for a higher Child Care Subsidy (CCS).
From 10 July 2023 there are changes to CCS.
Most families will get more CCS. This is known as Cheaper Child Care. Read more about what you need to know from July.
For a full and detailed estimate of your Child Care Subsidy eligibility go to: Services Australia: How much you can get
You need to do a recognised activity to get Child Care Subsidy, to find out more go to Services Australia: Recognised activities