Investing in communities

Our commitment

Churches of Christ in Queensland is committed to remote, rural and regional communities ensuring that senior Australians’ care needs are met into the future.

We are developing state of the art seniors living campuses in four Queensland locations.

These developments will create great spaces and services for residents and the community and will include residential aged care accommodation, a campus community centre and a mix of home care and support services.

Each community centre will invite local community groups and on-site residents to be a part of the integrated community lifestyle through the use of a café, auditorium, multipurpose rooms, hairdressing salon and welcome lounge.

Each campus will be architecturally designed and landscaped to complement the local environment.


Operated by Churches of Christ Care since 2014, Villa Carramar Aged Care Service Stanthorpe currently is a 38-bed residential care service offering a range of personal care, therapies and accommodation options. Construction is now underway to extend this facility to accommodate over 100 residents. 

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Kenmore is the home of Churches of Christ in Queensland, now and into the future. Our Churches of Christ Campus includes a state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly and innovative administration building and multi-level carpark. The campus will soon be home to a new community centre, which is currently under construction and due for completion in 2017.

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Acacia Ridge

Churches of Christ in Queensland has constructed a new community housing development in the leafy suburb of Acacia Ridge in partnership with the Queensland Government. The Wattle Apartments comprises 35 one bedroom and five two bedroom units across two, three storey buildings, overlooking a central courtyard. 


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Tier one community housing provider Churches of Christ Housing Services is developing 50 townhouses on land donated by local philanthropists Ian and Neva Handy.

The generous donation by the Handy family is helping grow the supply of affordable housing for those on low to moderate incomes.


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Incorporating our existing Regency Park Retirement Village with a campus community centre, seniors’ living units, and a 128-bed residential aged care service. Building on our recent acquisition and extension at Regency Park, the integrated community will establish Warwick as a major centre for seniors care in the Southern Downs region.


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We are committed to creating a state-of-the-art aged care service with great spaces and quality services for residents and the community. This new development will include 96-bed residential aged care accommodation, a community hub, and future provision for retirement living.


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It is anticipated this development will increase the current capacity of aged care beds, retirement living and home care services in the Scenic Rim Region. It will also include new administration offices, cafe, lounge, community centre and major landscaping features to be enjoyed by all. Our aim is to create a new and exciting environment where residents will continue to feel safe, respected and valued; and where the broader community can benefit from additional services provided. 


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Gold Coast

Future proposed redevelopments

Proposed redevelopment project at Churches of Christ Care residential aged care services and retirement villages - Golden Age and Lady Small Haven.

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