Relaxed Coastal Living at Noosa Aged Care

Nestled amidst the lush, green, tropical landscape of Tewantin at the northern tip of Queensland’s popular Sunshine Coast, Japara Noosa Residential Care is a premium quality aged care facility providing over 200 beds to the community.

Featuring extensive, manicured grounds complete with tall palm trees, verdant green grass and a swimming pool that forms the centrepiece of our courtyard, Japara Noosa Residential Care perfectly complements the relaxed vibe of its idyllic coastal location. Given that many older Australians specifically seek out Queensland as a retirement location due to its warmer weather and more leisurely pace of life, we’re working hard to upgrade this facility we acquired in December 2015, to ensure our residents enjoy the highest quality of aged care living available on the Sunshine Coast.

 

A little more about Japara aged care…

 

Founded in (2005), Japara is one of Australia’s largest providers of aged care and retirement living services. With 43 aged care facilities across Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales, Queensland and Tasmania, Japara’s network operating model allows for each facility to be directly managed by experienced registered nurses on the ground, whilst sharing in the benefits of scale and shared resources an organisation of Japara’s size provides. In total Japara employs over 4,400 staff members who care for approximately 4,000 residents – giving us a very favourable staff: resident ratio. Japara Healthcare is also listed on the ASX (Share code: JHC) with all our facilities accredited by the Australian Aged Care Quality Agency.

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