Churches of Christ Care Warrawee Aged Care Service St George is located in the farming district of St George on the Balonne River. Wide open spaces and spacious grounds are enjoyed by the 38 low care residents in the facility, including one respite and 10 secure dementia positions.
Nursing home and hostel accommodation
Warrawee Aged Care Service provides single, ensuited rooms for 38 residents. Accommodation is arranged in houses, named after Australian trees. Each house has spacious shared areas and easy access to the gardens and grounds. Mulga House is a free standing, 11-bed house, set in the spacious Warrawee grounds. Residents of Mulga enjoy having their meals cooked in their own kitchen while laundry and cleaning are also managed within Mulga. All residents have their own ensuite, built-in wardrobe, fan, heater and television connection. Coolibah-Kurrajong comprises 14 ensuited bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobe, fan, heater and television connection. Residents share their meals in the main dining room. A secure 10-bed unit named Cypress House meets the needs of people needing specialised care. Residents of Cypress have their meals in their own dining room, which are cooked in the main kitchen. Cypress residents enjoy access to a secure outdoor garden area including a covered barbeque area.
About Churches of Christ Care
Established in 1930, Churches of Christ Care is one of the largest, most diverse not-for-profit organisations in Australia, operating more than 150 care services throughout Queensland and Melbourne, Victoria, with the support of approximately 3,000 staff and almost 900 volunteers.
The organisation is built on a foundation of Christian values, offering help to all those in need regardless of religious background. Our services provide Christ-inspired care and compassion to vulnerable persons at different stages of their life journey, and include early childhood; child, youth and family care; community housing; retirement living; home and community care; and residential aged care.
For more information please visit our website or phone free call 1800 900 001.