At Opal Aged Care, it’s important we provide a place for residents and families to spend time together. Whether it is the café, a peaceful garden, outdoor entertaining area or a quiet area you will find it at one of our homes.

In addition to the Opal high standard of care, there are many other features to ensure our residents get more out of life. Like comprehensive healthcare and lifestyle programs delivered by an exceptional team, theatrette, hairdressing salons, cafes and onsite chefs offering nutritious dietician reviewed meals.

Meet our residents and find out how they felt moving out of home and into aged care.


For Phyllis, the thought of moving into aged care filled her with fear. She worried whether she’d be lonely and struggle to make new friends, or whether there would be any activities she liked doing. But when Phyllis arrived at Opal Bossley Park, she was pleasantly surprised. Watch the video to hear more about Phyllis’s story.


A keen gardener all her life, Beverly was devastated when she had to leave her home and garden.  She felt the loss of independence would greatly impact her life but after losing her beloved husband and then her drivers licence she decided it would be the best move. Living at Opal Raynbird Place since early 2012, she is both surprised and delighted with the amount of independence she has. She continues to be active in the garden, taking it on as her own and delighting the other residents with beautiful flowers she has grown. She is able to keep her…


Before Rosa moved to Opal Bossley Park she was an active member of the Assyrian community and worked with children all her life. Rosa chose Opal Bossley Park because of its strong links to the Assyrian community with staff and other residents’ a part of that community. “I especially love the Assyrian parties we have and am very happy to take to the microphone in the singing sessions!  I also enjoy being able to go out to Assyrian church.” “It was hard to move from my home but I now feel settled and continue to enjoy my knitting and being…