Our Katherine Hostel aged care facility is an open-plan environment, situate alongside the Katherine River. With trees, foliage and well-planned grassy areas, it’s a peaceful place, tucked away from the busy streets in Katherine.
While airconditioning is available, most people like to keep their doors open to feel the lovely breezes and cool down in the Territory heat. There are 30 beds, and each person has their own ensuited room. All meals are prepared fresh on site and served in the common dining room.
At ARRCS Katherine Hostel, our dedicated staff learn about the local communities – the people and the cultures – and we work hard to make sure you feel as comfortable as possible.
‘I like it here. I get lonely out on the farm. I’ve got a lot of friends here and I enjoy the company of the others living here’ – Katherine Hostel resident, Betty Jarman
Single rooms with private ensuite feature cooling and heating; access to staff 24 hours for your safety; and a staff call system.
Planned activities seven days a week.
Visiting GP and access to allied health services, such as physiotherapy, podiatry, occupational therapy and speech pathology.
Our carefully planned menus are cooked fresh on site. Special dietary requirements are catered for to meet individual and cultural preferences.
We provide residential respite care.
Located within Katherine Hostel Aged Care Facility, this room is 17.5m2 and is of premium quality and is in fair condition.
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