Aged care facilities in the Dee Why area

4 aged care facilities in the Dee Why area

For people who need help with day-to-day tasks and personal care through to 24-hour nursing care.

DailyCare is your guide to the options for government-subsidised aged care facilities and nursing homes, as well as private care in or near Dee Why.

Contact facilities directly, and shortlist your preferred facilities for Dee Why to share with family and people close you you.

Opal Palm Grove

Opal Palm Grove

Narraweena, NSW

Located at the gateway to Sydney’s Northern beaches, at Opal Palm Grove our focus is always on providing an inviting atmosphere for all our residents and families.

  • $350,000
Opal Austral House

Opal Austral House

North Manly, NSW

Austral House provides female only accommodation for women living with dementia in a secure environment. Conveniently located in North Manly, at Opal Austral House our focus is always on providing an inviting atmosphere for all our residents and families.

  • 70 beds
  • $350,000
Alexander Aged Care

Alexander Aged Care

Brookvale, NSW

In the lovely area of Brookvale, nestled in peaceful Victor Rd is Alexander Aged Care. This established facility has set the best degree to make sure the highest care, offering beds for health decline and dementia.

  • 93 beds
  • $350,000
Allambie Heights Village

Allambie Heights Village

Allambie Heights, NSW

Top level nursing care is provided by our qualified and dedicated staff in a residential setting at Allambie Heights Village.Specialised team members endeavour to provide personalised aid to our residents.

  • 52 beds

Did you know that in-home care can be another option for those living in Dee Why?

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.

Home Care options

Some general info on the suburb of Dee Why

Dee Why has a variety of compact homes to sprawling ones with good amenities, making it a friendly neighbourhood. It’s located 18 km north-east of the city, making it easy to have time for swimming and surfing after work. The great outdoors is also a place where locals exercise when not in the beach or at cafes.

Dee Why is home to both those career-minded people who like short commutes going to work and singles sharing homes with friends. There are also good schools for families and beach for everyone. The most common transportations are buses or cars.

Shops around offers outdoor activity merchandise. Pharmacies, healthy food shops, camping retailers are found in Pittwater Road, while hair salons, supermarkets, and fresh food can be found in Dee Why Grand Shopping Centre. As residents love the outdoors, Dee Why is also known for surfing. Joggers run around the beach or the parks and Dee Why Lagoon is the place if you want to relax. Restaurants offer fresh food such as Deck Bar and Dining known for cheaper meals with live bands and local artists.

Buses service Pittwater, North Shore and CBD and even beyond. Express buses run around the city and back during weekdays where there’s the Dee Why Public School, St. Kevin’s Catholic Primary School and Fisher Road Special School is. St. Luke’s Grammar School is also located there.

Flats and apartments are also abundant around Dee Why so you’re lucky when you’re looking for one.

Those looking for homes have vast choices for homes making Dee Why popular with buyers, especially those ready to spend more for waterfront properties. But there are plenty of cheaper homes around as well with quick access to the city making the amenities plenty and the neighbourhood friendly.