Warrana Place

Warrana Place

Business Summary
Quality retirement living & aged care in the Manning Valley.
About Us

The genesis of Bushland Health Group Ltd is in a local association, Manning Valley Senior Citizens Homes, which was formed at a public meeting called by Dr Allen Muscio at which local Service Clubs nominated two members to become members of the Foundation Management Committee.

The association was incorporated on 8th June 1984 and changed the name to Bushland Health group Lit on 11th November, 2008. Successive Management Committees and Boards of Directors have accepted the challenges created by the growing and aging population of the Manning Valley. The following outlines the development of the Aged Care Facility and Retirement Living Services as we continue to meet the need and demand as it grows.

What We Do


To be a leading not-for-profit care provider.


To provide the highest level of residential aged care services in the Manning Valley.


  • To encompass the physical, psychological and spiritual needs of the Residents within our care.
  • To support and maintain a strong working team of caring and motivated personnel including volunteers with guidance, training, education and proactivity.
  • To respect the right of individuals in the provision of are so tat the changing needs of society may be met. Aims & Objectives
What do I need to have to be eligible for residential aged care?
The first step in the process is to arrange an assessment with the Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT). Entry into residential care cannot occur without an assessment and an Aged Care Client Record.
How do I arrange for an appointment with the Aged Care Assessment Team?
To arrange for an assessment or for information about an assessment by ACAT, you can call MyAgedCare on 1800 200 422 or visit their website myagedcare.gov.au.
Is short term residential care available?
Yes. Short term respite care is offered at all of our residential homes (minimum one week). An assessment by ACAT will be necessary for admission with respite care indicated on the Aged Care Client Record.
I have read that you utilise the services of a Nurse Practitioner for resident care.
That is correct. We have employed a Nurse Practitioner for our three homes since 2009, bring one of the first residential Aged Care Providers in Australia to do so. Employing a Nurse Practitioner has been very beneficial for our residents as it allows them rapid access to primary health care.