The North Shore of Sydney features some of Sydney’s most prestigious schools and intimate community villages. Bordered by three national parks, Garigal National Park, Lane Cove National Park and Kur-ring-gai Chase National Park. This cluster of neighbourhoods is a leafy home to many professionals, families and retired people who love being in easy reach of the business and shopping hubs and with close access to the Northern Beaches of Sydney.
The Group Homes Australia model is firmly built on the belief that people should thrive in a home environment. Traditional and beautiful homes, on traditional suburban streets around Australia, where 6 to 10 residents live together. Residents have 24-hour support including dementia care, palliative and respite care, which is provided by a team of care staff that we call Homemakers.
Killeaton Road, St Ives
Residents living at Killeaton Road, St Ives enjoy their walks to the local shops for coffee and groceries. They particularly love their walks to the local dog park at Acron oval through the leafy streets of St Ives.
Benaroon Avenue, St Ives
Residents living at Benaroon Avenue, St Ives love their walks around the leafy streets of St Ives, and nearby Bobbin Head National Park.
Garrick Road, St Ives
Residents living at Garrick Road, St Ives enjoy their time with the visits from the local pre-school for story time, and visits from the Sydney Grammar Primary School Music Program, once a fortnight.
The Cloisters, St Ives
Residents living at The Cloisters, St Ives love swimming and spending time by the pool with their families during the summer months. Year round, our residents love hosting BBQs in their spacious, leafy garden with families and residents from our other St Ives homes.
Residents living at Fairlawn, Turramurra enjoy long walks in nearby reserves and national parks and can often be found getting their hands dirty in their garden and vege patch.
Clissold Road, Wahroonga
Residents living at Clissold Road, Wahroonga enjoy the wide tree-lined streets, charming village atmosphere and easy lifestyle. The suburb treats its residents year round with restaurants, cafes and boutique shops. The village also adjoins with the picturesque Wahroonga Park, the perfect place for a picnic.