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Fees & Charges

Current Juliana Village Accommodation Pricing:

Residential Care

Legislation introduced by the Australian Federal Government on July 1 2014, changed the aged care system significantly.

The distinction between “high” care and “low” care has been removed and is now termed “residential” care.

Accommodation costs can be paid either as a Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD) or a Daily Accommodation Payment (DAP) (4.89% or $73.02 per day on full RAD) or a combination of both.
Residents have a period of 28 days after entering to decide on their payment method. Accommodation costs are determined by a resident’s assessable income and assets. Please note that retention payments do not apply to residential care.

Ongoing care fees include:

  • Basic Daily Fee – payable by all residents and determined by the Federal Government. As at 20 March 2020 at $52.25 per day.
  • Means Tested Care Fee – will be determined by a resident’s assessable income and assets
  • The value of your home will be assessed for the purpose of the Means Test Care Fee up to a cap of $171,535.20 unless occupied by a protected person such as your spouse.
  • Residents can spend up to 52 nights a year away from the aged care home without affecting any government financial assistance. This is called social leave and only counts if you spend the night away from the care home. If you spend more than 52 nights away from the home, the government will cease to pay any subsidies for the extra time and the home may ask you to pay more.

 Independent Living – Incoming Contribution

Miranda Road units
1 bedroom unit Downstairs $430,000
2 bedroom unit Upstairs $495,000
Downstairs $480,000
Bimbadeen Ave units
2 bedroom unit Upstairs $495,000
Downstairs $480,000
Logeman Court
1 bedroom unit Upstairs $420,000
Downstairs $430,000
2 bedroom unit Upstairs $495,000
Downstairs $480,000


Ongoing Charges for Independent Living are:

Recurrent charges $466.16 single and $562.21 a couple per month.(These fees are adjusted in accordance with the Department of Health & Ageing and increases passed on accordingly)

Retention fees – over five years.
All bonds are subject to a monthly retention. This retention fee is deducted from the original incoming contribution fee.

  • First year retention is 11% of incoming contribution
  • Second year retention is 6% of incoming contribution
  • Third year retention is 5% of incoming contribution
  • Fourth year retention is 4% of incoming contribution
  • Fifth year retention is 4% of incoming contribution

For further enquiries please call 02 9541 3400.