The Elms Retirement Village is located in Culcairn, NSW approximately 50 kms north of Albury. Each of the 6 units is 1 bedroom with low maintenance gardens at the front and back which residents can plant to suit their own individual preferences. For ease of access every unit is single storey with access via ramp or stairs.
The town of Culcairn features picturesque parks, tree lined streets and many heritage-listed buildings in particular the Culcairn Hotel and the Station House. Being in a rural community the town retains much of its charming architecture from the late 19th century. The Elms Retirement Village is only a short walk to Culcairn’s shopping centre, bowling club and local tourist attractions.
From 1862 until 1865, the Culcairn area was the stamping ground of notorious bushranger Dan “Mad Dog” Morgan. Morgan’s stand-off at Round Hill Station in 1864 resulted in the death of station overseer John McLean and his gravesite is located close to the Elms Retirment Village.
The Elms Self Care Units are part of the Riverina Murray Region of the United Protestant Association of New South Wales. A not-for-profit provider of aged care services, operating five retirement villages, six residential aged care facilities and providing aged care support services across southern NSW and the Border.
Price Guide: On application
Note: You may have to pay a Departure Fee when you leave this village.
Tel: (02) 6025 1776
Fax: (02) 6025 5712
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