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The new Anam Cara House Geelong

Due to the demand now and in the future of our growing region, we’ve outgrown our 4-bed facility and are currently building our new world-class, purpose-built home.

Opening in late 2022, the new Anam Cara House Geelong will be located in a beautiful rural setting with elevated views at Deakin University in Waurn Ponds. Architecturally designed with 20 private bedrooms, open communal areas and landscaped gardens, it has been carefully designed to feel like a home for guests, their families and carers.

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Who we are

Anam Cara House Geelong is a not-for-profit organisation committed to providing care for people affected by life-limiting illness. Support is extended to families and carers.

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Anam Cara House Geelong is reliant on a team of volunteers from all walks of life, donations, business community partnerships and other support. Learn more about how you can help Anam Cara House Geelong.

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