Bundaleer supports
locals to stay living in
this beautiful region
of Wauchope.

Bundaleer has been caring for the local community for over 40 years. We provide a full range of care and support, including in-home care services, a retirement village and residential aged care home.

Proudly part of Apollo Care 

Apollo Care is a national provider of aged care, home care and retirement living with communities in New South Wales and Queensland. 

Apollo Care has a unique vision to ensure the long-term viability of not-for-profit providers, like Bundaleer, that play such an important role in the local Wauchope community. 

Apollo Care supports Bundaleer with a highly experienced management team, industry-leading care governance, an award-winning staff culture program, technology enhancements, and investment in a maintenance and improvements program.

Apollo Care is helping Bundaleer evolve and thrive, to become an even better place to live and work.

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142 Cameron Street, Wauchope

Retirement Living

79 Independent Living Villas, a combination of 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms, 3 bedrooms and 2 bedrooms plus study accommodation.  

Our location and services offer Residents, the level of privacy and independence they would expect in their own homes, as well as providing a range of social and community activities with new things to do and the opportunity to make new friendships and connections.

Aged Care Community

84 bed Residential facility, featuring single rooms with Respite beds available.  

Our services provide you with personalised care and support tailored to your needs, so you can truly have an enjoyable lifestyle. We are all about independence, security and comfort – but most importantly Bundaleer offers you a sense of community and belonging.

And for our residents with extra special needs, there is a 24/7 professional Nursing Care Team available to ensure that all aspects of care is on hand, providing peace of mind for you and your family.

Home Care, NDIS and iCare

Providing care to the Mid-North Coast and New England regions.

In home assistance with maintaining your home or a bit of help with gardening, cleaning, laundry, shopping, cooking or installing equipment to make it easier and safer for you to get around your home.

Or maybe you aren’t coping as well as you’d like to and would like us to arrange a higher level of support including assistance with showering, dressing, eating, medication management or even helping get you to your appointments.

We support older Australians and clients to live their way with grace and dignity

We put residents first We listen to resident, respect their choices and support them to live their way
We work together to achieve together We work together to collectively achieve our shared goals and showcase our achievements
We use our resources wisely We treat our home budgets like our own and use our resources to gain maximum benefit for residents
Safety and quality in everything we doWe provide quality services and keep our residents and workforce safe all day - everyday

Bundaleer has a proud history that we continue to build on

2022A strong future secured for Bundaleer with the transfer to Apollo Care Alliance. Bundaleer continues its legacy as Bundaleer Care Operations Ltd
2021The Residential Care Home at our Johnstone Street site officially closed on 18th May, with Residents relocated to our Cameron Street Care Home or other providers at their choice.
2019Purchased additional property in the Mill Street Estate for a new expansion project.
2008Johnstone St Facility extension opened with an extra 30 beds.
2005Cameron Street Facility extension opened with an extra 44 beds.
2001Bundaleer In-Home Care services began.
1999Name changed from “Bundaleer Nursing Home Ltd” to "Bundaleer Care Services Ltd” to reflect the inclusion of the variety of the services provided
1992The Cameron Street Residential Aged Care Facility opened with 40 beds.
1989The Cameron Street site was purchased and construction began on the Retirement Village.
1980The Johnstone Street Nursing Home was officially opened and christened with the name “Bundaleer”, an Aboriginal word meaning “among the hills or trees”.
1979Approval for the project was received from the Federal Government in the form of a grant to build a 25 bed nursing home
1974Local Lions Club member, Cliff Morris, tabled the idea of a Community Nursing home for Wauchope, which would go on to become the major fundraising project

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