Finishing touches on our brand new aged care home in Belrose


Excitement is in the air at Japara’s latest aged care home, Corymbia, which will welcome its first residents with open arms in June.


Final touches being made at Corymbia


Located in Belrose, on Sydney’s North Shore, Corymbia will be home to 100 residents who can enjoy stunning views across the adjacent national park that stretch all the way to the Pacific Ocean.

Not only are all rooms filled with natural light, but the building has been embedded into the sloping hill, offering spectacular views from many of the rooms fitted with panoramic windows.


Living space with large window and seating area


Corymbia residents will even be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery from a purpose-built rooftop garden that can be conveniently accessed via a lift that leads to the top floor. The many public spaces, including a ground-level café, reflect the luxury and space that is available in each room. The rooms will offer a variety of accommodation options, each tailored to the individual.

In addition to the spectacular location, only 30 minutes north of Sydney’s CBD, and the amazing views, Corymbia has been designed by Japara with the wellbeing of residents in mind. To ensure that every loved one has a perfect start to their Japara journey, a local team has already started work on fine-tuning the services that will be provided at Corymbia in June.

We are excited to welcome anyone that wants to find out more about this remarkable aged care home.


Corymbia Home Manager, Stanley Lam, smiling in our new home



Enquire today

If you or a loved one are interested in the aged care services available at Japara, contact us to have a friendly chat with one of our staff or to book a tour on 1800 52 72 72.

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