Balance Early Education celebrated their first birthday in style last week, teaming the occasion with a themed party to mark Sir Elton John's concert in Bathurst.
The child care centre opened in January last year, and director Molly Gallop said there has been significant growth in the 12 months since.
"Balance Early Education had 21 educators when we first opened, and that number has since grown to 50," Ms Gallop said.
"We look after 105 children each day, and it's great to have such a passionate group of educators who are invested in early education."
Ms Gallop said the child care centre facilitates a wide range of educational programs to cater for a diverse demographic of children.
"We aim to cover all areas of early education, from music and meditation to community engagement and fitness," she said.
"The children have flourished in so many different ways, and we've seen a great deal of growth in their learning and development."
Balance Early Education's first birthday celebrations involved a raffle for two tickets to Sir Elton John's show, which the child care centre won through their involvement in Bathurst Regional Council's Sir Elton-themed window display competion.
The raffle raised $415 for the NSW Rural Fire Service.
"It was exciting to celebrate our first birthday with the families who have been with us from day one," Ms Gallop said
"We've developed a positive relationship with the Windradyne community over the past year, and we hope to further our connections in the future."