New TTHA $18.5M aged care wing
Following an $18.5 million investment, Tabulam and Templer Homes for the Aged (TTHA) in Bayswater recently opened a brand new 54-bed state-of-the-art residential aged care wing.
Three years in the making, this luxurious aged care accommodation is a welcome addition to the area with aged care in Knox being highly sought after.
The new wing comprises two floors and four standards of resident accommodation
and room types. Each floor has stunning views, premium furnishings, a large living and dining area, open fire places and reading rooms.
This impressive building was self-funded by TTHA, whose roots date back to 1861.
Fact: The Templer community originated from Palestine and was founded in Australia in 1950. TTHA began operation in 1972 as a means of providing care for the community’s elderly in the Bayswater area.
Read this article and more in the latest edition of the Knox Business Life - August 2020.