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We are pleased to announce that BaptistCare NSW & ACT has entered into an agreement to acquire the Tulich Family Communities located in Prestons, Menangle, and Dubbo. This includes the retirement villages and aged care homes within Blue Hills, Durham Green, and Kintyre Living.

This is a dedicated website page for existing employees of these sites to provide you with information about BaptistCare including some helpful Frequently Asked Questions. Please know we are working hard to make this transition as seamless as possible for you.

As an existing and valued employee, in February you will be provided with a Letter of Offer for employment (contract) to your personal email address. We hope you will join us in continuing to deliver great care and service to your community.

There’s one really important thing we want you to know. Caring for our residents and clients is paramount, but so too is caring for our staff – and that includes you.

We warmly welcome you to BaptistCare, and we hope you’ll be pleased to know you’ll soon be part of our team across NSW and ACT, where our vision is to see every individual living well.

Almost eight decades of caring

As a BaptistCare employee you share in an impressive legacy of care that started way back in 1944. And we’re excited you will be a part of our future. We’re entering in to our 79th year! You can view the highlights of our history on our timeline here. There is so much to our story, and you can learn more about it in this video too. Just press play.


BaptistCare and your region

Our BaptistCare teams have been committed to and invested in your area for 50 years or more. We are locals just like you! Our teams have an active presence in South West Sydney and across the Central West, particularly in Dubbo.

You can click on the appropriate area below to discover more about our BaptistCare services already active in your region.

Dubbo & Central West
Sydney's South West

Our aged care services include includes supporting the elderly with aged care or care at home, and helping retirees enjoy their golden years. Our HopeStreet, Counselling & Family Services, and Community Housing teams also play a significant part in our communities offering food services, affordable housing and support for women and children escaping violence.

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Working for BaptistCare

In our experience, and across everything we do, we see people thrive with love, respect, reliability and empowerment. This applies to our people too. As you start to wonder what working for BaptistCare looks and feels like in action, we’ve highlighted some of the many benefits of working with us below…

BaptistCare is a leading not-for-profit Christian based care organisation that has been serving the aged and people living with disadvantage for almost 80 years.

From humble beginnings in 1944, BaptistCare has grown into one of the nation’s most respected care providers, employing more than 3,700 employees, with a further 500 volunteers.

We operate 18 aged care homes and 12 villages, and as you’ll learn below, home care and community services too.

At BaptistCare we commit ourselves to delivering an excellent experience each and every day, which means we never stop striving to find better ways to show we care.

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Our services and reach

We support 15,000 people across 75 locations in NSW and the ACT. We offer a range of services which include residential aged care, home care, retirement living and community services such as affordable housing, no-interest loans, and services for women and children escaping violence. Our website has all of the details of our services – take a look!

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Our vision, mission and values

At BaptistCare, we create strong and caring communities that value personal well-being and each other. When these values are shared, it has the potential to transform lives. We’re excited to share with you why and how we deliver care – and we’re guessing we already have lots in common.

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Frequently Asked Questions for Employees

We know change isn’t always easy, so we’ve thought of as many questions as we can, and hope we’ve given some helpful answers for you.

FAQs for employees

We like to keep in touch!

We will be sending out regular communications as part of Phase 1 of our journey together to keep you well-informed. These will land in your personal email account. So will your Letter of Offer for employment (contract) when this is sent from February.

Don’t forget to check your junk mail! It’s important to be cyber-safe, so always check the spelling of the sender’s email address to make sure it is from a legitimate source. We’re sending our emails from

We understand you may have questions as we move through the transition stage. We want to make sure we’re available to answer any questions you might have. You can contact us at