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St Kilda Care Home

91 Alan Livingston Drive, Cambridge, 3434
General Manager: Clare Coles

St Kilda is a purpose-built, modern home providing rest home, hospital and secure dementia care.

The care home has 80 bedrooms and is positioned right next door to St Kilda Retirement Village.

Levels of care

  • Illustrated Icon Care Home Villages Rest Home Care
  • Illustrated Icon Hospitals Hospital Care
  • Illustrated Icon Memory Loss 01 Dementia Care
  • Illustrated Icon Time Track Loss 04 Bupa Short Stay Services

At St Kilda, understanding what you and your family need is paramount, because that’s the individualised care we want to provide. We know that this means different things for different people, so we take care to involve family and to make decisions together. It helps us to ensure that each day the best it can be.

We offer a range of activities and entertainment that gives you the opportunity to keep busy, learn new skills and get to know the other residents. You can get involved as much or as little as you like - it’s up to you how your spend your day.

We want everyone to feel that St Kilda is their home. We encourage you to choose exactly how you spend your days and we go the extra mile to make sure that our care has you as an individual at the centre of it - your day, your way.

We take special care in recruiting the very best, experienced nursing and care staff. We ensure that they receive full training about the importance of getting to know each individual resident well and providing care in a way that is friendly and respects their wishes.

St Kilda boasts an exceptional audit record with the Ministry of Health. 

Features of St Kilda

  • Illustrated Icon Take Away Cup On-site Cafe
  • Illustrated Icon Check 02 Friendly to make you feel at home
  • Illustrated Icon Check 02 24 hour assistance
  • Illustrated Icon Check 02 Landscaped gardens to enjoy while you relax
  • Illustrated Icon Check 02 Views of the countryside
  • Illustrated Icon Check 02 Strong activities focus
  • Illustrated Icon Check 02 Hairdressers
  • Illustrated Icon Check 02 Single ensuite or shared ensuite options
  • Illustrated Icon Check 02 Communal dining room

Additional daily accommodation charges

* These charges are updated on this website every six months. These prices are subject to change after the date of publication. 

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Range from

$ 25 - 60

Bupa St Kilda rooms have additional daily accommodation charges as at 11-April-2024*

You will be offered a standard or premium room depending on what is available.

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