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Bribie Island Aged Care Service

Bribie Island Aged Care Service offers High Level Care Bribie Island Aged Care Service offers Low Level Care Bribie Island Aged Care Service offers Respite Care Bribie Island Aged Care Service offers Onsite Independent Living

Foley Street, Bongaree QLD 4507

Moreton Bay Council and Local Government Area (LGA)


Churches of Christ in Queensland Bribie Island Aged Care Service is a 111 bed residential care service offering a range of personal care, therapies and accommodation options.

It is just a short walk from the Pumicestone Passage where you will find beautiful water views across to Redcliffe, Brisbane and the Glasshouse Mountains. Living at Bribie Island you can enjoy the abundant birdlife and wheelchair friendly walking tracks along the foreshore and throughout the island.

The service is co-located with Churches of Christ in Queensland Bribie Island Retirement Village.

Common areas

The Acacia wing has a dining room, a lounge with TV/Foxtel, and direct access to the outdoor area called 'The Sunshine Club', with seating and offering expansive views. Residents in Large Rose Court have access to two dining areas and lounge for 20 residents, with a piano and TV/Foxtel. The residents in the secure Jacaranda community dine, relax and undertake activities in two large dining/lounge rooms with TV/Foxtel. Frangipanni wing residents have a dining area for residents and a carpeted lounge area.

Bribie Island residents gather for celebrations, worship and other activities in the large activities hall with stage, accommodating 120 residents and visitors. This well-used facility includes a resident kitchen and library. Residents can enjoy the outdoors at the covered BBQ area with gardens and walking paths.


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About Residential Aged Care

In the past, a distinction was drawn between aged care homes that offered "high level care" (which were commonly known as "nursing homes") and those that offered "low level care" (which were commonly known as "hostels"). From 1 July 2014 this distinction has ceased to apply in relation to permanent residential aged care, although it does continue to apply in relation to temporary respite care. Aged care homes can incorporate "extra service", which provides a higher standard of accommodation and services (such as meals) for an additional fee. Aged care homes that are not accredited, but which offer similar care and services, may be referred to as "Supported Living". See our Terminology page for detailed explanations of terms that relate to aged care, home care and retirement villages.

More Information?

Please see our Aged Care Guide for further important information about aged care and aged care homes. It includes the following:

  1. Introduction

  2. Eligibility and Assessment

  3. Fees and Charges

  4. Accreditation Standards and Compliance

  5. Resident Rights and Responsibilities

  6. Residential Respite Care

  7. Advocacy and Complaint Resolution