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The cost of raising a child is getting higher. A 2016 Suncorp report found the average cost is $297,600 from birth to 17 years – which as Mamamia noted is the cost of a brand new Ferrari. Ouch.
Fees across South Australia’s private secondary and R-12 schools have grown faster than in any other state, a new analysis shows, and at a greater rate in the regions than in Adelaide.
New figures have revealed that on average it will cost Queensland parents almost $76,000 to put a child through 13 years of state school.
Sydney’s private school parents are coughing up to 72 per cent more to put their kids through secondary schooling than a decade ago, according to The Good Schools Guide’s latest data.
The huge cost of sending your child through 13 years of school has been revealed, with a surprising city as the most expensive.
A Catholic school education in Adelaide is more expensive than in any other Australian city, the Australian Scholarship Group says.
Brisbane parents spend more to send their children to government-run schools than any other Australian capital.
Two Far Northern private schools have reduced tuition fees this year in a bid to make Catholic education more affordable.