Frequently Asked Questions
What can an Angel do in my home?
We can do just about anything you need done including but not limited to; washing and ironing, packing and unpacking the dishwasher, sorting cupboards and wardrobes, general cleaning, looking after babies and children while parents rest/complete tasks around the home, babysitting, meal preparation and baking, packing lunchboxes – The list is endless. If you have a specific task in mind simply enquire and we will let you know if it is in our scope.
What does it cost to have my own Angel?
Our services are purchased by the hour starting at 2 hours for $85, 3 hours for $120 and 4 hours for $155. You can purchase any number of hours that you please as long as each home visit is a minimum of 2 hours. When purchasing as a voucher, the recipient can choose to spread their total hours over as many visits as they like provided the 2 hour minimum is met for each visit. Please note fees are always subjected to change, always check our current prices in the ‘Services’ page.
What suburbs of the Sunshine Coast do the Angels service?
The Angels are happy to make home visits to anywhere on the Sunshine Coast. If your address is outside of our service area (25km radius of the Coast Life Midwifery office in Maroochydore) a small travel fee will be added to your cost of $1.00 per km to and from the clinic.
How do I buy a gift voucher?
Gift vouchers can be purchased directly from our website. Simply choose how many hours you wish to purchase and the voucher will be emailed to you upon purchase.
Do I have to be home for an Angel to visit?
No, our Angels are more than happy to mind your baby/children while you need to step out of the house for some selfcare time, short appointments or to run errands such as picking up older children from school or grabbing some groceries. We can tidy, clean, organise and prepare meals for you to be welcomed home to. Please be aware that the Angels are there to help support you with your needs however cannot be used as a babysitter if you need to leave your child for long periods of time, such as if you need to go to work