ATSICHS Brisbane Jimbelunga Jimbelunga IYHS
ATSICHS Brisbane

Jimbelunga has been providing an extensive range of aged health care and support services in
the community since
November 1994.

Place of Friendship

Jimbelunga Nursing Centre comes under the Auspices of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service (ATSICHS) Brisbane Ltd.
Jimbelunga was established to meet the Cultural and Spiritual needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. However, we are very proud of the fact the facility currently caters for a wide range of people from other cultures and the wider community.
The Hon Mary Crawford officially opened Jimbelunga in 1994. The Hon Ken Wyatt officially opened a newly extended and refurbished Jimbelunga Nursing Centre on 3 August 2017.

The Jimbelunga community is unique in its dedication and delivery of care to our residents in all aspects throughout the journey of ageing.

Jimbelunga is a 74 bed facility which has:

All residents have access to a range of health and community services through ATSICHS Brisbane including general doctors visits, dental and oral health services, chronic disease management, optometry and audiology and accessibility to a wide variety of visiting specialist and allied health services.

Vision Statement

Our promise to you is we will provide culturally appropriate quality care for all residents. Staff will work tirelessly to give residents independence and dignity, with a guarantee of care wherever it is needed. The team strive to make life easier for residents and their families in every way possible. Whether it’s eating and drinking, dressing, hygiene or mobilising from one area to another; Jimbelunga staff have the experience, knowledge, patience and nurturing attitude to ensure a sense of happiness and security for anyone that walks through our doors.


Each potential resident must complete an application for Admission form.

An Income and Assets Assessment form must also be completed and lodged with Centrelink/DVA.

Lastly, potential residents must provide an ACAT assessment to ensure the necessary level of care for their needs will be met.


We try to keep fees to a minimum however, some services require a small fee:

In addition to weekly fees, the following services are available at the Centre for a small cost:

For optional services, it is at the discretion of the resident if they wish to participate.


259 River Hills Rd,
Eagleby, QLD 4207

Ph: (07) 3807 0655
Fax: (07) 3807 0226

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