Mercy Place Ballarat

Part of Mercy Health

Mercy Place Ballarat is a brand new aged care residence for locals to call home, with small household living a new and innovative way to experience aged care.

Mercy Place Ballarat is located behind the historic red brick Sisters of Mercy Building. The purpose-built residence has been designed to create a warm and welcoming space where residents and their families can feel at home.

Small household living at Mercy Place Ballarat encourages the maintenance and development of independence, choice and relationships. Residents have their own room with private ensuite within a house of eight like-minded people.

Each bedroom has large windows to let in plenty of natural light, hydronic heating and spilt system cooling, as well as built-in technologies to enhance health, comfort and privacy.

Each ‘house’ at Mercy Place Ballarat has its own kitchen, open plan living and dining areas, private outdoor spaces and separate front door entry.

Residents can enjoy spending time with family and friends in the Village Square which features a grocer, café, hairdressing salon, wellness centre and professional health services.

Other services and amenities include:

  • Home-cooked meals
  • Personal laundry service
  • Tranquil outdoor spaces
  • Playground for visiting children
  • 24/7 personalised support
  • Regular household activities

If you have any questions about life at Mercy Place Ballarat, you can get in touch via the contact details provided above.

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Bishop Officially Opens Mercy Place Ballarat

on Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Bishop of Ballarat Most Rev Paul Bird CSsR officially opened and blessed Mercy Place Ballarat on Tuesday 25 September 2018. 

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