Wollongong or ‘The Gong’ is known as the gateway to Southern New South Wales and one of Australia’s most liveable regional cities.
Living in Wollongong
Woolongong has a population of nearly 300,000 it is 3rd largest city in New South Wales. Woolongong has excellent public transport system including a free shuttle bus that runs between the CBD, University of Wollongong and the suburbs of North Wollongong and surrounding suburbs (Fairy Meadow and Gwynneville).
The local Wollongong Hospital the largest in the area with 503 beds, and is a major referral hospital helping make the decision to place a loved one into care in Wollongong that little bit easier. Some of the many other services offered include: Cancer treatment, Neurosurgery, Dialysis unit, A large range of elective surgeries, Emergency department, Intensive care, Outpatient services and Psychiatric ward.
There are many natural sights to enjoy including over 17 pristine seasonally-patrolled beaches (Stanwell Park, Coalcliff, Austinmer, Thirroul, Sandon Point, Bulli, Woonona, Bellambi, Corrimal, Towradgi, Fairy Meadow, North Wollongong, Wollongong City, Port Kembla and Windang). There are also many other attractions including: Golf courses, Port Kembla steelworks, Wollongong Head lighthouse, Multiple museums and many public parks. The many local attractions make for great outings when visiting family members in care helping to keep them feeling part of the community and not become isolated.
Wollongong and Surrounding Suburbs
You will find aged care facilities in Wollongong and its surrounding suburbs, including
Aged Care Facilities Wollongong
Aged Care Providers in the Wollongong region include:
• Uniting Care Ageing
Home and Community Care Providers include