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Development Projects

St Vincent’s Care Services is embarking on an ambitious but achievable strategy for growth and leadership over the next few years, as part of St Vincent’s Health Australia’s enVision2025 strategy.

With plans for St Vincent’s Care Services to expand from around 1,200 places to 15,000 places by 2025, we are undertaking a number of development projects across Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria to help achieve our mission of providing aged care and support services to more Australians.


Our recently completed projects include:

Werribee, Victoria

St Vincent’s Care Services Werribee opened its doors on Monday 22 May. The contemporary residential living community in East Werribee health precinct, offers low care, high care, respite and dementia care services. Residents will benefit from our close links to the co-located St Vincent’s Hospital Werribee — a state-of-the-art medical facility — due to open in late 2017.

Click here for more information on SVCS Werribee


Maroochydore, Queensland

Opened in January 2017, St Vincent's Care Services Maroochydore is an exciting lifestyle-oriented residential aged care community on Queensland’s famed Sunshine Coast. The facility forms part of an integrated community, offering a modern, lifestyle-oriented aged care service set amongst landscaped courtyards and gardens, and co-located with Stella Maris Catholic Church, a community lifestyle centre and café.

Click here for more information on SVCS Maroochydore


Mitchelton, Queensland

St Vincent's Care Services Mitchelton underwent an expansion in late 2016, with the opening of a dedicated dementia care building, Shannon House. The new wing provides comfortable and safe accommodation for 32 residents, who have exclusive access to specialist activity programs, welcoming communal lounges and dining rooms, as well as peaceful gardens.

Click here for more information on SVCS Mitchelton


Bronte, New South Wales

St Vincent's Care Services Bronte is a five-storey premium aged care residence, overlooking Sydney’s beautiful Bronte Beach. The facility began welcoming residents in October 2016, and features the very best in person-centred care practises, with a focus on health, wellbeing and lifestyle, encompassing low care, high care, specialist dementia care, palliative and respite care.

Click here for more information on SVCS Bronte


Southport, Queensland

In mid 2016, St Vincent's Care Services Southport underwent an expansion to its existing residential aged care facilities. The new Lenneberg House building includes 14 rooms dedicated for residents living with dementia, providing exceptional care within safe, inviting, fully serviced accommodation.

Click here for more information on SVCS Southport