Smiling staff and residents, and attractive gardens are just some of the elements that make St Andrews in the Tallebudgera Valley a special place. Residents and relatives say we offer a welcoming environment with a genuine sense of community.
St Andrews is located in the beautiful, semi-rural Tallebudgera Valley, in the Gold Coast hinterland. Our setting high on a hill means our residents enjoy cooling breezes and wonderful bird life.
We are a well-established part of the southern Gold Coast community.
“We are blessed here at St Andrews with well-planned, comfortable accommodation set in beautiful natural surroundings. With a reputation for fine care and service delivered by our wonderful staff, we have the bases well covered.”
Lisa Thorne, Manager St Andrews Lutheran Aged Care
We offer a range of living options including residential aged care (for those who require more support) and a retirement village. The co-located accommodation means couples or families can stay together as our service is set up to help support residents as their health needs change.
Residents in both levels of care have access to all amenities including the onsite hairdresser, activities and creative options.
At St Andrews, we work with our residents to understand the things that are most important to them. We aim to provide an experience that offers:
Retirement units for sale at Tallebudgera.
Perhaps you are looking for a short term accommodation solution? We offer respite care.
“I like to walk around the complex enjoying the nice view, and I can also see the school and watch the children play. It’s wonderful to go to all of the functions St Andrews provides for us” Margaret Cornwall, St Andrews resident
“It was just like coming home. We do everything we want. It’s lovely and peaceful and the outlook from the place is wonderful.” Noel and Irene Henseleit, St Andrews residents
“My children were right! St Andrews is a wonderful place to live and I would recommend anyone who is thinking of an independent living facility to come and have a good look at St Andrews.” Mary McLindin, St Andrews resident