Room type

Single Room + Private Ensuite

Maximum occupancy 1

Number of Rooms : 71 Rooms

You can be asked by an aged care home to pay accommodation costs, this is called an ‘accommodation payment’. The maximum room price is the maximum accommodation payment that you can be charged for the room. You can negotiate a lower amount with the home.

Maximum price for room

The maximum price that you can be charged for this room is a refundable deposit of $400,000.00 or daily payments of $72.65 or a combination of both.

Explanation of payment options

Daily care fees contribute to your daily living costs. They include a basic daily care fee for all residents, based on the pension, plus an additional income-tested amount for residents who have private income over a certain amount. Your fortnightly fees include, meals (breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, tea and supper), activities, maintenance, electricity, clothes washing and mending and your personal alarm.

Payments options include:

  • RAD (Refundable Accommodation Deposit) (Previously known as a Bond payment): this is a lump-sum style payment if you are asked to pay all of your accommodation costs.
  • DAP (Daily Accommodation Payment): this is a rental-type payment if you are asked to pay all of your accommodation costs.
  • RAC (Refundable Accommodation Contribution): this is a lump-sum style payment if you are asked to pay some of your accommodation costs.
  • DAC (Daily Accommodation Contribution): this is a rental-type payment if you are asked to pay some of your accommodation costs.

You will be asked to sign a Resident and Accommodation Agreement that will outline your rights and responsibilities, payment options, refunds, interest rates and transfer options to a new service.

Within 28days after your date of entry into the facility, you must choose payment option for the accommodation costs.

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(for example, square metres) excluding ensuite


Common areas

Activities room Function Room Medical clinic
BBQ facilities Garden area Physiotherapy room
Beauty Therapist Salon Guest Lounge Room Postal Service
Café Hairdressing Salon Residents Laundry Facilities
Common area Library Specialist clinic
Dining Room Lounge Room Therapy room
Undercover outdoor areas Pool Table TV Room
Special accommodation or design features of the room or home
Air Conditioning Bedside lamps Hand basin
Bed Chair Internet/data connection
Bedside Table Dressing table Lockable Cupboards
Built in Wardrobe Electric high low beds Out of bed sensors
Call System Overhead Fan and heater Phone connection available
Power points available Private bathroom Small fridge some rooms
Television connection Verandas or balconies Other – please contact us

Aged care homes are required to provide certain services to you by law. Some homes may include additional services in the accommodation payment, at no additional cost.

Additional care or services included in the room price

Alternate therapies Café GP and Specialist Care
Aromatherapist Dental Hairdresser
Art Therapist Recreational Activities Officer Escorting to appointment when staff available
Beautician Physiotherapist Podiatrist
Masseuse Exercise Physiologist Hearing Specialist

Aged care homes may make additional services available to you at an additional cost (not included in the accommodation payment). These are optional and you may choose which, if any, additional services you receive.

Extra service status is granted by the Department of Social Services and involves the provision of a higher standard of accommodation, food and services.