Carinity Aged Care

53 Prospect Road
Gaythorne Queensland, 4051

For those in need of support, we provide communities of care, compassion and respect in which you’ll feel secure and valued – a place where you feel you belong and are accepted.

Since 1949, Carinity (formerly Queensland Baptist Care) has been making a real difference in people’s lives through comprehensive and integrated community services. These include the provision of care to the frail aged, shelters for homeless youth, helping families and young people through difficult times, support for people with disability, secure retirement lifestyle communities, chaplaincy support at hospitals and alternative education for teenagers who struggle in traditional schools.

Walking alongside those in need, we strive to ensure that no one is denied the chance to live a happier life because of adverse circumstances. We also help to change lives for the better by linking people with activities and opportunities for social interaction to enhance stronger connection and inclusiveness in their local communities.

Our friendly residential aged care centres are a home away from home for older people who are not able to live independently. Most of our residential aged care centres are integrated communities with retirement lifestyle units co-located on the one site, along with home care options. This enables people to move seamlessly from one level of care or assistance to the next and continue interaction with friends and loved ones with ease.

Residents benefit from 24-hour staff support, regular social events, activities and outings, as well as easy access to allied health services.

Carinity offers aged care and accommodation to older people with varying needs, including low care, high, dementia specific and respite care.

Home and Community Care Services

Carinity also provides home and community care services for seniors who want to stay in their own homes for as long as possible. 


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Lorna Revs Up to Celebrate 100th Birthday

on Thursday, July 18, 2019

Turning 100 years old usually means a quiet party enjoying a birthday cake while reading a letter from the Queen. However, for her 100th birthday Lorna Craney decided to live life in the fast lane.

Brain Trainer Keeping Seniors’ Minds Sharp

on Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Carinity Kepnock Grove is seeing positive results from the use of brain training technology designed to stimulate the memories and cognitive capabilities of older people with dementia.

$25M State-of-the-Art Residential Aged Care Community for Brookfield

on Tuesday, March 7, 2017

A $25-million residential aged-care development at Brookfield will officially began construction last week with the City of Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk and Carinity CEO Jon Campbell turning the first sod on site.

100 Years of Ipswich History Personified

on Wednesday, June 29, 2016

When Olga Engler, who turned 100 on June 17, was born at Ipswich in 1916, the first phone and telegraph were installed at Peaks Crossing and there was no public electricity supply.

$55M State-of-the-Art Aged Care and Retirement Community for Mudgeeraba

on Wednesday, January 20, 2016

A $55-million integrated aged-care and retirement development at Mudgeeraba will officially begin construction today with City of Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate and Carinity Aged Care Business Development and Marketing Manager James Woods turning the first sod on site.

Oldest Living Queenslander Officially a Supercentenarian

on Monday, January 11, 2016

There are only three living supercentenarians in Australia but as of last week, there are four.

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