A controversial early childhood centre at Bondi Junction, Australia, has opened and will accommodate up to 52 children.
Residents opposed the original four-storey design. It has three levels for different age-groups of children.
Each level is reported to have an outdoor area equipped with astroturf and different textured materials.
Local Waverley Mayor Waverley Mayor Sally Betts said it was a wonderful environment for children and she is keen to see the Council partner with other private organisations to see more facilities built. (For more, visit wentworth-courier.whereilive.com.au.)