BaptistCare NSW/ACT

As one of the nation’s leading not-for-profit Christian care providers, BaptistCare NSW/ACT serves thousands of people across NSW and the ACT through our in-home and respite care services, retirement villages and residential aged-care facilities.

At BaptistCare, we’re passionate about aged care

It’s the reason for our being. We exist to serve our clients and their families with excellence in Christian care and we have been doing this since 1944.

We have a wide range of care options available, depending on your needs. We currently operate 35 residential aged care homes across New South Wales and the ACT. From retirement living units for active, independent seniors through to high care residential aged care homes, BaptistCare is an aged care provider that recognises the importance of choice.

As one of the nation’s leading not-for-profit Christian care providers, BaptistCare serves thousands of people through our home care and respite care services, retirement villages in New South Wales and residential aged care homes.

At BaptistCare, we are committed to providing a person-centred model of care, which recognises the unique needs of every individual we care for. Through tailored, personal care we aim to enhance the independence and well being of all our clients.

We also want family members to have the peace of mind in knowing that their loved one is receiving the best possible care.

All our services are supported by chaplains, who provide spiritual and practical care, encouragement and nurture to our clients, their families and staff.

It will be our privilege to meet with you or a family member to discuss your specific questions and care needs.

Why choose BaptistCare?

We are proud of our aged care homes, our grounds and our activities – but most of all, we are proud of our community. This is what makes BaptistCare special.

We are a community of people who respect one another’s individuality, and who value the support and friendship that comes from an improved quality of life.

We are passionate about life transforming care. This is because we practice it every day, in countless ways. At BaptistCare we encourage independence whilst strongly valuing the connections we share within our community.

This is the BaptistCare difference. Together, we provide care you can trust.

Our locations

New South Wales
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BaptistCare Joins Chorus for Aged Care Reform Following Second Leaders’ Debate in 2022 Federal Election

on Monday, May 9, 2022

BaptistCare NSW & ACT is one of many aged care providers hoping the federal election will be a catalyst for change to safeguard affordable and quality aged care for future generations, as fresh research shows the sector remains top of mind for voters.

BaptistCare Celebrates Opening of Relocated Overnight Respite Service in Wagga

on Monday, April 4, 2022

The Murrumbidgee region’s overnight respite cottage, BaptistCare Towner House, which provides much-needed support for local carers, will this week celebrate opening in its newly refurbished venue in Tatton.

BaptistCare NSW & ACT to Acquire The Grange Lifestyle Village in Wagga

on Thursday, February 3, 2022

BaptistCare has announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire The Grange Lifestyle Village in Wagga Wagga, a premier retirement village.

Work Gets Underway on $27 Million Wagga Wagga Aged Care Transformation

on Thursday, November 25, 2021

Work will commence this month on the redevelopment of aged care home BaptistCare Caloola Centre in Wagga Wagga, with local builder Lipman leading a locally-sourced construction team to renew the aged care centre.

BaptistCare Residents Handover Knitted Poppies to Honour Fallen Police

on Friday, September 20, 2019

Eight residents of the BaptistCare Wingara Hamlet in Springwood have been busy with their knitting needles to create 350 ‘police blue’ poppies for a 300 strong police force in memory of fallen colleagues.

Bruce, Bingo and Big Smiles at BaptistCare

on Monday, June 17, 2019

Wagga local, Bruce Elam, shared his volunteering story during a recent visit to BaptistCare Caloola.

New Report Finds Sydney Needs Significant Investment to Prepare for an Ageing Population

on Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Sydney currently lacks the housing, transport and access to healthcare to meet the needs of a rapidly ageing population and urgent attention must be given to public investment to support senior citizens in Sydney, according to a new report published 23 May by the Committee for Sydney in partnership with BaptistCare and Stockland.

Footy Tipping Great Great Grandmother Turns 100

on Monday, March 5, 2018

BaptistCare resident Sarah Stanberg reached a special milestone birthday on Thursday 15 February, as she celebrated her one hundredth birthday.

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