If you are over 18, on a low income and need somewhere to on the northwest coast Burnie Lodge may be an option.
The lodge has long term communal housing for 29 people and offers full board. Your rent includes three meals a day, power, a weekly linen service for sheets and towels along with some recreational activities.
Burnie Lodge has individual self contained units and there’s a communal lounge, dining room, games room, gym, workshop and laundry. A lodge manager is on site to help with general support and after hours emergencies. If you want to get involved in activities there’s a Recreation and Support worker who can also help you to link with any services you might need.
While you are living at Burnie Lodge you’ll be encouraged to help plan activities and come to house meetings.
Who this service is for
People who are over 18, on a low income and need somewhere to live on the northwest coast.
If you want to apply for a unit at Burnie Lodge, you’ll need to apply for Social Housing at Housing Connect.
If you are eligible, let Housing Connect know you would like to live at Burnie Lodge. After that you’ll be contacted by one of our workers who will tall to you about whether Burnie Lodge will work for you.
Rent is 85% of your income, excluding Commonwealth Rent Assistance.
How this service is delivered
Burnie lodge is located in Wivenhoe.
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Contact us or see our website for more information.
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