Built by the community for the community, St Paul’s is one of those special places. We are set on 12 picturesque acres of landscaped gardens and native bushland retreats, close to Caboolture town centre. St Paul’s was established in 1993 as a place where people could retire and remain in a supportive community.
Within our grounds we have residential aged care and a retirement village –conveniently co-located so that you can stay in your community even if your care needs change.
Residents can choose to live in residential aged care or the independent retirement village, conveniently co-located so that you can stay in your aged care community even if your care needs change.
Residential aged care
- a selection of single ensuite rooms
- registered nurses available 24 hours per day
- a dementia-specific unit and palliative care
- one and two-bedroom units
- renovated with modern kitchens and bathrooms
- nurse call system
Onsite health services include podiatry and physiotherapy.
Regular activities include exercise classes, church services, computer and internet lessons, music sessions and a men’s group. In the broader community, there is increasing recognition of the importance of nutrition, not just to people’s health, but also their sense of well-being. At St Paul’s, meals are prepared onsite with regular menu updates to ensure residents enjoy a variety of meal choices. Dietitians also work closely with staff to tailor eating plans that meet residents’ unique needs.
“This is a wonderful place, it has a home-like environment and everybody treats us like family. We are very happy here.”
Residents Jean and George Honza
“Our residents are supportive of each other, there’s real community spirit here. Many have made lifelong friends here.’’
Vince Ballment – Service Manager
Intimate lawns between the lodges at St Paul’s provide for lovely open space to soak up the sun. Native plants populate the garden beds and a rose garden provides plenty of colour.
Visiting families can enjoy a meal at the communal barbecues and there are seating spots for quiet repose among the gardens.