Our History

Wattle Hill Care’s beginnings in the early 1960s evolved when a group of local business people recognised there was a great need for suitable aged care and accommodation in Bunbury, for those unable to support themselves in their own home.

From its inception, on a volunteer basis, Wattle Hill Care offered home care services to the aged. Once a site was located for the proposed accommodation Village, land was provided by Bunbury City Council, and funds were raised across the community. This enabled the construction of basic lodge-style accommodation, offered to those in need.

Later, a range of independent living units was built and Wattle Hill Care became respected and well known in the region.

Over the years, the demand for residential aged care increased considerably. The facilities have now grown and improved with considerable community demand.

Now offering 62 private, en-suite low-to-high-care residential rooms, and an expanding retirement village, and respite care services, Wattle Hill Care has made its mark on the South West.

Always considering the changing demands of our residents and the community, Wattle Hill Care’s dynamic and progressive new Village Redevelopment project and Rose Community Centre, will see Wattle Hill Care able to offer a premium selection of Retirement Village options within the South West region.

For more details on Wattle Hill Care, please contact us.