Key Features

  • Room Category

    Single room + private ensuite
  • Maximum Occupancy

  • Maximum Refundable Deposit (RAD)

  • Maximum Daily Accommodation Payment (DAP)

    $ 70.64 per day (@ MPIR of 5.73% from 1/7/17)
  • Explanation of payment options

    Residents can choose to pay for their accommodation by a refundable deposit (RAD), a daily payment (DAP) or a combination of both.

    A Refundable Accommodation Deposit is paid as a lump sum amount.

    A Daily Accommodation Payment accrues daily and is paid on monthly basis.

    A combination payment includes both a partial lump sum and daily payments.

  • Is the room or part of room offered on an extra service basis?

  • Example RAD %

  • Example RAD $

  • Example DAP %

  • Example DAP $

    $35.32 per day
  • Description of quality, condition and amenity of room

    Braye Park wing is a dementia specific facility with-in The Lodge and was constructed in 2001 to complement the low care facility.

    It was designed to be an energy efficient building with many environmentally friendly features including natural air flow to complement air-conditioned common areas, high ceilings, natural lighting, and access to the Braye Park gardens for residents to enjoy from the common areas.

    The Braye Park suites (all single rooms) consists of 12 dementia specific rooms, each with a private ensuite.

    All rooms undergo a routine maintenance program including the walls, windows, doors, floors, ceilings and fittings and are in excellent condition.

    All rooms have electronically controlled tilt beds, call bell, internet, ceiling fans, vinyl flooring, phone and television connections, phones on request, wall brackets for television installation, natural lighting, internal central lighting, built in wardrobes for clothing and general storage. Residents are welcome to bring their own special items of furniture to increase storage options.

  • Size of room m2 - excluding ensuite

    The rooms have been designed to provide a generous living space are our largest rooms on site. They have an average size of 19.92 square metres
  • Description of quality, condition, size and amenity of common areas to which a person living in this room would have access.

    Common areas that residents have access to consist of comfortable lounge seating and intimate an intimate sitting / sun room, a dining room, with access to Café/ kiosk, Hairdressing salon, library and activity areas.

    Residents can enjoy the spacious lounge / dining areas (1052 m). Dining areas are adjacent to resident rooms making for easy access at meals times. There is large screen TV / entertainment facilities for the residents to enjoy.

    The condition of the common areas (walls, doors, ceilings, windows, floors and fittings) is excellent and undergoes regular maintenance to keep it looking fresh, clean and safe for residents to enjoy.

  • Description of any specific accommodation or design features of the room, and the facility, to which a person in this room would have access

    All bathrooms are specifically designed for residents requiring a higher level of care and support with non-slip floors, a vanity, showers chair and commodes, adjustable hand held shower heads, and vital call buttons for emergency support.

  • Description of any additional care or services offered at no additional cost

    Speech pathology services, pain clinic, Activities including arts and crafts, card and board games, concerts, puppet therapy, Theme days, bingo, indoor bowling, dancing, gardening, happy hours, movie days, shopping trips, sing-alongs.

  • Description of optional additional (ie not included in the accommodation price for the room) costs associated with the room and a description of the services offered for those costs

    Travel to shopping destinations are offered at a small fee.

    Newspapers are available on request.