Nestled in the leafy suburbs of Melbourne’s East, at the gateway to the scenic Mt Dandenong ranges, the location of Centennial Lodge is just one of its many attractions.
Centennial Lodge follows the commitment to care, excellence and choice which has earned the Royal Freemasons an enviable reputation for providing modern, comfortable aged care accommodation throughout Victoria. Centennial Lodge is an ideal option for those looking for a high care accommodation facility.
It includes a dedicated team of professional staff, a friendly community where you can meet both old friends and new, plus a wide range of professional services and resources available on-site.
Centennial Lodge comprises three wings:
Maple, a safe secure environment with specially designed programs for residents living with dementia.
Windsor & Raleigh, a general aged care accommodation and services, 24 hour care for people who require physical, social and emotional support. We provide continuing care for changing aged care needs, from respite through to palliative care.
Single and double rooms are beautifully appointed and furnished with beds, wardrobes, bedside tables, overbed tables and facilities for a private telephone. Residents are encouraged to bring items of sentimental value, artwork, favourite piece of furniture or chair to help them feel comfortable in their new home.
Our Shared Spaces
Centennial Lodge has a gracious lounge and attractive dining areas, as well as landscaped gardens and sun-filled courtyards with a barbecue area. Many residents use these areas to socialise or spend time with friends and family, who are always welcome to visit, at any time. On site and off street parking is provided and we are happy to help with arrangements for special occasions and family celebrations.
An Active Lifestyle
Quality of life is an important aspect of Royal Freemasons’ commitment to holistic care and at Centennial Lodge we give our residents every opportunity to experience a full, active and rewarding lifestyle. A wide range of activities is available including: art and craft, bowls, pottery, cooking, cards, music, bus trips and visits from entertainers and community groups. Newspapers and magazines can be ordered for delivery and residents can also receive visits from our own on-site hairdresser. Day excursions on the Royal Freemasons bus to visit parks and have picnics and similar activities are also available.