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RSL LifeCare Patrick Bugden VC Gardens

184 Broken Head Road, Byron Bay, New South Wales, 2481

Part of RSL LifeCare

Great care, great design, great people.

Patrick Bugden VC Gardens epitomises all that is good about the ANZAC spirit and honours one of our local heroes, Patrick Bugden VC.

Staffed around-the-clock by dedicated professionals, the assisted living residence offers help with bathing, dressing and administering medications.

Residents enjoy three delicious meals each day and participate in a wide array of programs and events especially tailored to their interests and abilities.

Caring for 66 residents (including a 15 bed secure dementia specific unit), accommodation comprises a bed/sitting room with private bathroom, heating and emergency call button.

Your new home also features beautiful internal garden courtyards, community lounges, dining rooms and an art gallery with beautiful artworks by residents and staff.


Single room with private ensuite

Rooms are rectangular in shape and have their own private en suite, and either their own private balcony or direct access to the lovely grounds and courtyards. All rooms contain a high low beds, a bedside table, a chair and a built-in wardrobe. All rooms have an emergency call button and individual climate control. There are curtains covering the window. The floor covering is vinyl and in new condition, the walls are painted and in new condition and the room fittings are in new condition


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Refundable Accommodation Deposit
$171.96 $0 (No Deposit)
$85.98 $374,500 (50%)
$0 $749,000 (100%)

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184 Broken Head Road
Byron Bay, New South Wales

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