Children under the age of 5 are not eligible for Child Education Payments, but are eligible for the $4.5 billion Child Care Rebate.
They also do not need to be registered with the Department of Social Services.
The Rebate is a new program aimed at providing support for young people, but parents who want to set their own orphanage have been asked to file a claim.
The first of the six orphanages to open is called the Naughty Boys.
It is based in the Melbourne suburb of Chatswood, and is a 50-bed, 100-month-old facility that provides basic care for a group of orphans.
The Naughty Girls and their parents are in a new home, located at the northern outskirts of Townsville.
The children will be moved there from a local home, and the Nasty Boys will be home-schooled.
The new home is being built at the behest of the state’s child welfare agency, with the help of a grant from the Department for Education.
It will cost $4,500,000, with funding to come from the National Child Development Fund.
While the $3.4 billion Child Development Rebate has been promised to all families in state government, it is not available to families who have children under 5.
As well as offering support to families, the Child Development Benefit is a way for government to support young people to get their foot in the door of education.
It provides financial support to parents, and a number of other things, including childcare, to encourage parents to have their children in education.
Child Education Rebate $1,000 per child for 5 years The Child Education Rebase (CEBR) is the state government’s new childcare program.
It allows parents who have a child under 5 to receive up to $1,500 per child per year for the next five years.
This is the equivalent of an extra $150 a week for children under five, and $50 a week per child.
Children under 5 eligible for CEBR: Parents who have not yet registered with Child Education Services can receive up the CEBR for the first year.
$50 for childcare costs and $1 per child