At Latvian Aged Care and Retirement Living we make the transition between independent living to aged care easy and we also offer a solution for those who have a partner or loved one who needs to live in aged care but are not ready for that transition themselves. If that is your situation you can live in a independent unit in our retirement village and visit your loved one daily in the aged care section just by taking a short walk through our gardens!

  • 24hr Clinical Care
  • Respite
  • Health Care
  • Dementia Care
  • Palliative Care
  • Functions
  • European style meals prepared on site
  • Exercise groups
  • Village Bus to shopping and functions
  • Organised activities
  • Security
  • All units owned by persons of a similar age
  • Building and common area garden maintenance
  • Community Halls
  • Doctor home visits
  • Hairdressing service
  • Podiatry
  • Novus Club
  • Carpet Bowls
  • Bingo club

Carers, like anyone else, need time off for a number of reasons, such as holidays, sickness, illness recovery time and quite simply to have a well-earned break. As a carer you can have peace of mind knowing that we will take very good care of your responsibilities while you do what you need to do. Respite care may be beneficial after a change in care level or after hospitalisation to allow time for arrangements to be made to manage future care needs.

Respite residents have a wonderful time making new friends and enjoying our home cooked meals.

Our 15 bed Memory Support provides specialised care to positively support residents living with dementia. Activities are tailored to provide specialised programs in a secure environment within the facility by our Montessori trained staff.  

Our Memory Support wing has its own day room with access to a secure outdoor area where residents can enjoy a stroll in the garden or assist in maintaining the raised garden beds.  We are also blessed to have a interactive Tovertafel sensory table where our residents play games and enjoy music.  It is truly a magic table!

The lifestyle program for the memory unit has been specially tailored by our trained staff to meet each residents’ specific needs and abilities. Here residents can enjoy group activities such as singing and exercises, a walk in the secure garden, as well as sensory and individual activities.

Sensory table

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Aged Care - dementia puppet

The Latvian Aged Care Home provides a wide range of activities that cater to differing needs, abilities and interests. Some activities include sing alongs, happy hours, meditation, concerts, exercises, bingo, board games and reading to name a few. Lifestyle staff provide both group and individualised engagement and encourage the participation of all residents at the facility.

Spiritual needs play a central role of the Lifestyle program. There is a beautiful chapel which can be accessed by residents at any time for a moment of quiet prayer or reflection.

Lifestyle staff can also provide guidance and support to residents and help them to feel valued and respected in their care environment.

The Latvian Aged Care Home endeavours to listen to and act upon the Lifestyle needs of each resident at the facility. The Lifestyle program is robust and ever adapting to changing needs and new ideas.

If you would like receive our monthly events calendar via email or have any enquiries, please contact us.

To qualify for admission for respite or permanent care, you will require an assessment of your care needs from an Aged Care Assessment Service. The team responsible for this are known as the Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT). The ACAT assessment is free of charge and can be carried out in your own home.

You can discuss your care needs and organise an ACAT assessment by calling 1800 200 422 or visit

During your stay at the Latvian Aged Care Home, your wellbeing is our priority. We encourage your independence, but if you need a helping hand our staff are here to help you.