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Your Guide to Aged Care

We are here to help guide you or your loved one through the journey into Aged Care Homes.

Aged Care Homes

Our Residential Aged Care Homes create strong and caring communities that focus on improving personal wellbeing and quality of life.

Retirement Living

Click through to find your nearest BaptistCare Retirement Living community across NSW, ACT and WA.

Community Housing

Why BaptistCare? We believe Community Housing should be about more than providing a roof over people's heads. It's about providing a safe and connected community where people can access financial, emotional and physical support to empower them to move forward with their...


Our counsellors help people faced with circumstances they may not have the tools, confidence or support to deal with effectively.

BaptistCare Aminya Centre Aged Care Home

Aminya Centre is a residential aged care home offering a warm and welcoming place to call home in the north-western Sydney suburb of Baulkham Hills.

BaptistCare Caloola Aged Care Home

Nestled in the peaceful and scenic bushland of Wagga Wagga, Caloola Centre provides quality, specialist support to a well-loved community of individuals.

BaptistCare Carey Gardens Aged Care Home

Located in the peaceful suburb of Red Hill, Carey Gardens is home to a friendly community who enjoy their independence with support from us.

BaptistCare Cooinda Court Aged Care Home

Just a short stroll from the nearby shopping centre and local train station, Cooinda Court stretches out amongst two tranquil landscaped gardens.

Maranoa Village

Maranoa Village is a community that flourishes as a village within a village. Experience a friendly and vibrant community with everything you need just a short stroll away. Enjoy the very best retirement lifestyle within charming Alstonville.

Aged Care Tips: How Older Men Can Make New Friends

Having good mates that you can rely on is important at any age, but as men grow older strong female and male friendships are the key to staying healthy and happy. Here are five ways older men can make – and keep – new friends.There’s nothing like catching up with a good...

4 ways women in aged care can make friends and fight loneliness

Like the song says, you’ve got to have friends. Ageing tends to erode our social networks, but women over 60 can develop new, supportive friendships by exploring their interests and experimenting with technology.Friends are important at every stage of life. Having a sym...