Aged Care Day Respite Centre

Day Respite Mamre House and Farm

We help people live independently, stay connected to new and old support networks, and continue to flourish, living lives enriched by wisdom and maturity.

Mamre House and Farm has many culturally inclusive activities for you to enjoy whilst supporting caregivers. Engage with others in social setting, stay connected with community and learn new skills.

Classes and Activities are available between 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday to Friday.

Located at Orchard Hills (Mamre House) 181 Mamre Road, Orchard Hills we have regular bus and transport options available for you to and from the centre for your comfort and convenience.

Day respite classes and activities for you

Arts & Craft

Many arts and craft activities to enjoy. Reach out and learn more.

Cooking Classes

Learn new cuisines, share your knowledge all while having fun

Community Garden

Help the community, spend time gardening, talk with like minded people.

Computer Classes

Technology tips. Learn how to use a computer in your own time. Improve on skills and broaden your knowledge across many applications.

Dancing and Singing

Enjoy dancing and singing classes and activities from your favourite genre

Board Games & Trivia

Have fun playing board games and trivia with your peers

Support Groups

Engage with others in a social setting and stay connected to your community.


Exercise and Walking Groups

Support for your wellbeing, enjoy exercise and walking groups with practical help and support

Check Your Eligibility

Catholic Care Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains is an approved Commonwealth Home Support Provider, commonly referred to as CHSP.

CHSP is a government subsidised program designed to assist the older person to remain living in their home and in their community, with a small contribution from the client referred to as Client Contribution.

In the case of financial hardship, the fee can be reduced based on individual circumstances. (If this applies to you, please contact us to arrange a private and confidential discussion.)

CHSP is for seniors needing 1 or 2 entry-level services, with eligibility based on your age and needs:

  • 65 years or older (50 years or older for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people); or,
  •  50 years or older (45 years or older for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people) and on a low income, homeless, or at risk of being homeless.

Depending on your level of need, assistance required may be:

  • For low-level needs, on an ongoing basis;
  • Short-term after injury or illness;
  • Interim support while waiting for a Home Care Package (HCP); or,
  • Due to a risk of homelessness.

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