The Great Southern covers over 39,000 square kilometres and has a population of around 54,000.
Perth Eastern Suburbs
East Perth provides a relaxed, easy-going lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of the city but close to necessary amenities and services.
Perth Inner City
Aged Care facilities in Perth’s inner city include facilities from aged care providers such as
Perth Northern Suburbs
The North of Perth is referred to as ‘North of the River’ by locals and is home to some of the nicest suburbs in the city.
Perth South East
Known as ‘south of the river’ Perth South is an inner city area with a population of over 35,000.
Perth South West
Aged Care Facilities in Perth’s South-Western suburbs are serviced by a range of providers.
The South West is home to about 123,000 people and is Western Australia’s most popular tourist destination outside of Perth.
The Wheatbelt region partially surrounds the metropolitan area but is largely considered a rural area.
Aged Care in Western Australia
Western Australia is serviced by some of Australia’s leading aged care providers. These providers can assist and provide you with high care, low care, dementia care, respite care and many other services.
Leading aged care providers in Western Australia include:
For Home and Community Care in Western Australia, the current leading providers include:
Living in Western Australia
Western Australia is one of Australia’s sunniest places to live, with Perth enjoying 3,000 hours of sunshine a year. It is one of Australia’s most liveable states, with some of the country’s most beautiful beaches and affordable cities.
Aged Care in Perth Metropolitan
Perth is consistently voted in the top 10 of most liveable cities in the world and is more affordable than other major cities in Australia including Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
When choosing where to live in Perth you will have a range of options from living close to the CBD, by the river and beachers or within the ranges of Perth Hills.
City accommodation is made up mostly of apartment buildings and many residents choose to either walk or use public transport rather than drive.
Popular suburbs for those who are looking for an inner-city yet suburban lifestyle include:
Aged Care in Regional Western Australia
600,000 people live outside of Perth in Western Australia, there are well developed transport links in regional areas.
Regional centres in Western Australia are known for their low cost of living, broad range of services and high quality of life.
Major towns and regional centres in Western Australia include: