Sarah Hardey, a 64 place Juniper residential facility, is nestled in Perth’s foothills region. The home brings a refreshing level of comfort and care to Kelmscott and the surrounding suburbs.
It offers a range of care options including dementia specific care.
In terms of history, its namesake, Miss Sarah Hardey, was the fifth daughter of Joseph Hardey, a settler of the Swan River Colony along the Maylands Peninsula in 1830. In October 1917 at the age of 80, Miss Hardey established Hardey Lodge in Mount Lawley as a home for ‘wayward’ girls. She supported the home until her death in 1920. In 1949, Hardey Lodge evolved to meet the emerging needs of a new audience: the aged. With refurbishment & new furnishings, it became home to 45 elderly ladies and became known as Sarah Hardey Nursing Home.
You can relax in our cosy living rooms or gather for a cuppa with friends enjoying great social support in our very popular onsite cafe. There’s plenty of opportunity to socialise and share your interests.
Nursing home features
- Medium home (64 beds)