Whiddon opens new 80-room aged care home in Hunter Region

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Whiddon has opened the doors of the first stage of its aged care home in Redhead, in the Hunter Region of NSW.

The two-storey development offers 80 single bedrooms with ocean views across eight buildings, with separate living areas, a café, allied health spaces, hair salon, a community care hub and activity spaces.

The new stage is part of a $38 million expansion project for will have 175 residential aged care places, a dementia specific wing, clubhouse, and a bowling green.

The Whiddon Group has 19 aged care homes across NSW and Queensland, plus 12 retirement villages and eight Community Care service hubs.

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