RFBI Berry Masonic Village

RFBI Berry Masonic Village

40 bed residential aged care facility in Berry, NSW

41 Albany St
Berry NSW 2535
(02) 4412 6000
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RFBI Berry Masonic Village incorporates a modern, well-equipped 40-bed residential care village including a 12-bed memory support unit for those living with dementia.

About RFBI Berry Masonic Village

Shared areas are air-conditioned where you can able to relax in large sitting rooms with kitchenettes where we serve morning and afternoon tea.

Catering is on-site, with main meals served in the large, bright dining room. The menu is updated seasonally and adjusted to meet residents’ requests. Visitors can enjoy a meal with residents at a minimal charge.

Our large activities hall is regularly used for resident events including concerts, fashion parades, parties, shute-and-shuffle and carpet bowls competitions.


(02) 4412 6000

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Rooms and pricing

Residential accommodation create their fees based on a RAD (Refundable Accommodation Deposit) and a daily rate. Many facilities will negotiate these fees. Use the calculator below to see how a lower RAD can be offset by a highly daily rate

Did you know?

If you cannot pay the upfront Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD), you can pay a combination of RAD and DAP (Daily Accommodation Payment).

Funding options for residential aged care

How much have you got for a RAD payment?

Drag the slide to calculate accurate room costs in the table below.

Room type Cost
Room A
Single room with Private ensuite
24m2
$300,000 maximum
RAD
or $32.96 maximum
Daily rate
Room B
Single room with Private ensuite
24m2
$400,000 maximum
RAD
or $43.95 maximum
Daily rate
Disclaimer

The information which is summarised herein does not constitute financial or other professional advice and is general in nature.

It does not take into account specific circumstances and should not be acted on without full understanding of your current situation.

Any objectives should be discussed with an Aged Care Financial Advisor.

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