Aged Care in Queanbeyan

Welcome to
Heritage Queanbeyan

Types of care:

Long-term care

Palliative care

As Queanbeyan booms in popularity from its rich history with arts, culture and proximity to food and wine, Heritage Queanbeyan is fast becoming the choice for a fulfilling home in residential aged care.

With the decision to cap the residency to 60 beds, this smaller home model mirrors the town’s strong sense of community. Heritage Queanbeyan is well known for its friendly, welcoming and inclusive home, making it an appealing choice for the elderly and vulnerable to live.

The community spirit is further strengthened with Residence Manager Juna Limbu at the helm, bringing over a decade’s experience in working at the home, fostering deep connections and a profound understanding of the well-being and unique care requirements of each resident.

Heritage Queanbeyan also features a secure, memory support unit for people living with dementia. Families can find reassurance in a person-centred care approach that maintains one’s quality of life in a familiar and comfortable environment.

A wide range of activities are offered at Heritage Queanbeyan, with a diverse lifestyle and leisure program run throughout the week. Our devoted Lifestyle team familiarises themselves with every resident ensuring that the monthly activities calendar is tailored to suit the individual interests of everyone.

We extend a warm invitation for you to join us and become a valued member of our tightly-knit community at Heritage Queanbeyan.

New Resident Enquiries

7 Campbell Street,
Queanbeyan, NSW, 2620

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Home Features

  • Vibrant lifestyle program
  • Café – retail
  • Private dining room
  • Memory Support Unit
  • Tea/coffee making facilities
  • Landscaped garden
  • BBQ area
  • Balconies
  • Allied health services

Room Choices

Queanbeyan Room Choices and Pricing Matrix (as of 1 January 2024)

Single Room + Shared Bathroom

Room Type

Single room



Approx. Size






Combination Payment Example

50% refundable deposit of $170,000 and 50% daily payment of $39.03



Shared Room + Shared Bathroom

Room Type

Shared Room



Approx. Size






Combination Payment Example

50% refundable deposit of $160,000 and 50% daily payment of $36.73



A Basic Daily Care Fee of $61.96 per day, is applicable to all residents entering either permanent care or respite, regardless of which residence you may choose.

  1. RAD (Refundable Accommodation Deposit) is the amount charged for a suite.
  2. DAP (Daily Accommodation Payment) an interest payment payable on an unpaid non-supported accommodation cost.
  3. COMBINATION Payment is when part RAD is paid and the remaining amount outstanding at the current interest rate (MPIR) 8.38%
    Example: RAD/DAP combination is paid 50% RAD x 8.38% DAP on remainder of RAD at 8.38%
  4. Means Tested Care Fee: This is a fee calculated by Centrelink based on assessment of your income and assets, (this is not applicable to all people).
  5. Fees and charges effective from  20th March 2024.
  6. MPIR (Maximum Permissible Interest Rate) effective from 1 January 2024.

Pricing is dependent on individual means and asset testing.

Payment can be made via a Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD), a Daily Accommodation Payment (DAP) or a combination of both.

Supported places are available.

Additional Services apply to this home.

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We are here
to help

Leaving your own home and entering an aged care home isn’t an easy decision. But it doesn’t have to be a daunting experience. Let us guide you through the process step-by-step. We will support you from your initial enquiry, answering your questions on the types of care we offer, finding a residence that suits you, to explaining potential subsidies, understanding the payment options and application process.

Chat to one of our friendly Client Services Managers.

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Steps to Enter an Aged Care Home

Whether you’re looking for respite care, permanent care, dementia care or palliative care, download this booklet so you, your family, carers and friends understand how to access care in an aged care home, the process for moving into an aged care home and what to expect when you are there.

We understand this may be an emotional and difficult time. Call one of our friendly Client Service Managers to answer any questions.


Our Team

With a person centred care approach, our kind, compassionate and experienced team discuss and create with you and your medical practitioners, a tailored care plan that includes goal setting, care planning and evaluation, and decision making.

Your physical and emotional wellbeing is paramount to us and with the help of our lifestyle team, daily social group and leisure activities will be offered to ensure you continue living an engaging and quality life.   

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