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Au Pair Australia selects and matches Australian families with Au Pairs - Au Pair Australia

Au Pair Australia Agency

Why choose Au pair Australia: 

  • No registration or booking fees!, we have a single payment upon confirmation of the placement once you had an interview with the au pair by Skype
  • We offer a 1 month warranty if the Au pair leaves 
  • Au pair Australia is the only agency offering an Online Au pair course to your Au pair before her arrival
  • Families have different needs, we offer 3 different categories to choose from: 

Host Family Fees

Category

Description

Repeat Family Fee

New Family Fee

Short Term Au pair

2-3 months

$550

$650

Au pair Australia

6 month Placements. The Au pair has a minimum 150 hrs of childcare experience, most of our Au pairs are in this category.

$795

$895

Au pair Plus

This Au pair can care for children under 2, with a little EXTRA more childcare experience or is a native English speaker

$950

$1050

 Au pair Professional

 Candidates have either:

- a formal qualification (degree or diploma) in childcare
over 500 hrs work experience in a child-care related job
- previous Au pair or nanny experience

 

$1350 

$1350

 

 

 

  

The 6 month placement fee includes a 30 day warranty

  • The Placement fee includes: Drivers, native English speakers, and au pairs to care babies or older children. 
  • Au pair profiles include references and police check

To host an Au pair with Au Pair Australia, Register Here

Our Unique Online Au pair Course

We want to ensure you are fully satisfied with your Au pair and she feels confident about the work she is doing, for this reason it is important to be well-prepared, therefore we require the Au pair to attend our Online Au pair Course. Read the content

What is the objective of this Online Au pair Course and what topics are covered? 

  • To ensure the Au pair understands the importance of this commitment to you and the work involved, according to your family's needs.
  • To ensure she understands her work responsibilities.
  • Information about how to handle emergencies and different child's behaviours.
  • Information about how to settle down easier and adapt to a different culture and a new family with tips to develop a good relationship with the hosting family.
  • Provide information about expectations from host families.
  • Explanation of safety measures inside and outside the house, including safe sleeping measures for babies.
  • Provide Information about dietary guidelines for children in Australia, encouraging children to have nutritious meals
  • Provide some basic nutritious recipes to prepare healthy lunches and meals for the children
  • Provide information about how to protect children from the sun