Sharing the milestones

Getting into the groove.

Life is truly enriched when you share memorable moments, milestones and connections. At Burnie Brae, they’re at the heart of making all those things happen.

For over 30 years Burnie Brae has sought to build strong community connections by providing quality health, lifestyle and care services to those living on Brisbane’s Northside. Their services encompass three key areas: care services, allied health services and member services.

At Burnie Brae, we know the importance of social connection and enjoying time and shared experiences with others of like mind and interests. That is why you can receive community funded transport to the Burnie Brae community centre to attend a group fitness class and then meet up with friends for a coffee in Café Connect. You can see an on-site podiatrist, review the timetable for the next dance class, visit the gym or have a massage, enquire about future care services such as day respite/in home domestic and plan your next overseas holiday at our on-site travel agency.

In addition to member services, many of their community members require access to allied health professionals. They make it easy for you by providing a range of allied health services all in one place. Additionally, they provide quality care and services to assist you to stay living in the place you call home, supporting you to live independently when health and other challenges might be making that more difficult.

Every day, they feel lucky to witness so many members finding renewed energy, vitality and friendship while they enthusiastically participate in their activities and events. They hope to see you soon!

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