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The facility has been operating since May 1991 and was built with funds raised by the Sarina and surrounding community before obtaining some assistance from the Commonwealth Government.

Sarina Aged Care provides residential aged care to people who have been assessed as requiring residential aged care. The facility consists of 47 permanent beds and 1 respite care bed. There are also 13 Independent Living Units.


Residents are encouraged to bring personal items into their rooms. Paintings, plants, armchairs, small items of furniture and any other objects are welcome. This includes a smart television, radio/cassette player and the like.

Residents who wish to arrange a direct access telephone service in their room, at their own expense, should seek the assistance of the Facility Manager.

Family photos and mementos as well as photo albums are actively encouraged as this will assist to create a place that is more like home.

Sarina Aged Care Ltd.  Insurance does not cover cash and valuable items belonging to individual residents against loss, theft or damage. We suggest that these items be insured before admission to the Facility.

Common Areas and Gardens

Sarina Aged Care Ltd. is a small facility with compact grounds and outdoor spaces where people can wander freely and safely.  The outdoor area off the main recreation room has BBQ facilities that families and friends are encouraged to make use of.  The facility hosts a number of parties and events through the year so these areas are well utilised.  The residents are encouraged to help take care of the vegetable gardens and chooks.

Menu and meals

We understand food is an important aspect of our resident’s life, therefore we aim to provide quality food and service at all times and to cater for all personal, cultural and special dietary needs as required.

Sarina Aged Care have a four week menu which is designed in consultation with residents and a Dietician. The menu and service is discussed at the resident’s meeting.

On admission, the Qualified Staff assess resident dietary and hydration needs, including cultural needs. This information is then communicated to catering staff.

We provide:

All meals except supper are served in the main Dining Room.  Residents may choose our in room service for a nominal charge.  We are able to offer wine* with lunch or dinner for a nominal fee, provided we do not offer any residents more than 2 standard drinks per day (Liquor Act 1992, Qld).

*We recommend consultation with your medical practitioner about alcohol consumption.