For information on the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, visit https://agedcare.royalcommission.gov.au
Find a service
Aged care homes can provide accommodation for you when staying in your own home is no longer the best option. You can search for organisations that provide this accommodation in your area using the aged care home finder.
The aged care home finder will show whether the department is taking compliance action against a home for not meeting the required standards. You can use the Non-Compliance Finder to find out which homes have current or historical non-compliance.
You can go to the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission to see the most current publicly available report for each aged care home.
NOTE: In relation to Sanctions and Notice of non-compliance information in the 'Status of Home' section, a 'tick' may indicate historical non-compliance that has been remedied. Refer to the home’s profile page for detailed information.
There may be two types of services listed in the service finder results:
Commonwealth Government Subsidised Service - An aged care or related service which is partially or wholly subsidised by the Commonwealth Government. Access to these services may have specific eligibility requirements (such as age) and be subject to standardised fee arrangements.
Private Service - An aged care or related service delivered by a Service Provider who is not directly subsidised for that service under any applicable Commonwealth Aged Care Programmes. Access to these services and any fees that may be applied should be discussed directly with the Provider.
Information provided by the service provider and verified by the Department of Health for Commonwealth Government subsidised service providers and NHSD for private service providers. Whilst due care has been exercised in collating the material contained on this Website, it does not guarantee the accuracy, currency, or completeness of the information nor the quality and suitability of the services listed.