Aged care facilities in the Cremorne area
Did you know that in-home care can be another option for those living in Cremorne?
Get a little or a lot of help with personal care, domestic help, meals and more. Private and government-assisted services are available to support living independently at home.
Some general info on the suburb of Cremorne
If you’re looking for a bit of young and a bit of old – Cremorne might be the best suburbia for you.
Cremorne can be describe as a walker’s dream – lots of freedom and space due to parklands, wide footpaths and a splash of water to keep its natural beauty.
Cremorne is very attractive because it is very near the city – only six kilometres and posing a retreat from the busy city life. Residents who work in the city usually travel by boat courtesy of Military Road ferries. The people who live in Cremorne are diverse – most are professionals between 35 to 55 years of age. Of course, there are the young professional and the sixty-everything who mingle and live with each other.
Houses in Cremorne are also diverse – apartments (from modern to Art deco) are the main structures due to high number of renters in the area. There are also freestanding bungalows, usually in the style of Federation and Californian.
Weekdays can be idyllic in Cremorne but it’s the weekends that give spark to its social scene. Visitors can visit the Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace - a 1930s Art Deco cinema or the picturesque community Art and Crafts Centre, another recommendation is a stroll to Primrose Park for walking, playing tennis and admiring water views.