ROOM TYPES AND PRICING EXPLAINED
Your contribution towards the cost of care, services and accommodation is subject to your individual financial circumstances, and is determined by the Government.
The accommodation fee covers your room, bathroom facilities and access to all communal areas. There are 3 ways to pay the accommodation fee.
- RAD1 (Refundable Accommodation Deposit) – fee paid as a lump sum; you have up to 6 months to pay. A DAP will apply until paid.
- DAP2 (Daily Accommodation Payment) – fee paid as a daily payment, calculated using the Government-approved interest rate. This rate will vary from time to time but is fixed at the date of admission.
- RAD & DAP combination payment – This provides you with the opportunity to combine the lump sum and daily payment options.
Click on ‘Fees and Charges Explained’ below for more information or watch our video here.
|Room type||Max RAD1||Max DAP2||RAD||Drag ● to calculate||DAP|
|Companion quad share room with shared ensuite - concessional||$250,000||$40.68||$125,000||
|Companion share room with shared ensuite||$350,000||$56.95||$175,000||
|Secure companion share room with shared ensuite||$350,000||$56.95||$175,000||
|Companion share room||$350,000||$56.95||$175,000||
|Single room with private ensuite||$395,000||$64.28||$197,500||
Classic rooms are more traditional in style, clean and comfortable with space for personal items. Classic rooms can be single or companion share. Bathroom facilities may be ensuite and/or shared, depending on the particular TriCare Aged Care Residence.
Premium rooms are more contemporary in style, with modern furnishings and décor akin to a hotel suite. Many boast superior water or garden views. Premium rooms are generously proportioned, light and airy with space for lounge seating of guests. These rooms also have ample storage, a wall-mounted TV, and tea/coffee making facilities.
All premium rooms have a private ensuite with walk-in shower, a modern vanity unit, contemporary tapwear and European décor. At most facilities, this level of room has the latest in living aids, such as lift chairs and ceiling hoists.
Extra Services are hotel-type services, and a higher standard of room than basic aged care accommodation. It includes room features, entertainment equipment, and food services such as alcohol and more menu options. Extra Service status varies by residence. Residents are required to pay a daily fee for these services as determined by the Australian Government Department of Health.