Set close to farmland in a peaceful rural location but just a short drive from the pristine beaches of Hervey Bay is Baycrest Village. Situated among manicured gardens, Baycrest offers a multitude of spaces to rest and relax, socialise with family and friends and enjoy a comfortable lifestyle
Tastefully appointed rooms with wide sweeping balconies, our residential facilities are delivered in a modern, welcoming setting, combining country peace and quiet with beach ambience. Two outdoor pools and bbq areas offer spaces to relax and enjoy the outdoors.
Rotating menus developed by our award-winning chefs with a focus on seasonally available produce means fresh, tasty and nutritious meals.
Our services include dementia care; a registered nurse on duty 24/7; visiting GP and allied health professionals; hairdressing and visiting beauty therapist and church services in our onsite chapel.
Bolton Clarke works with you and your loved ones to help you live well in a safe and friendly environment. That includes access to information and services enabling you to make informed choices about your new home.
Our team is happy to take you for a tour of your new Hervey Bay home, assist you through the application process or tell you more about our Baycrest community.
All residents require an assessment prior to admission to Baycrest Residential Aged Care.
99 Doolong Road
Finding family retiring under one roof might be unusual, but for Baycrest retirement village residents Liz and Craig Winnington and Liz’s brother Lindsay Clarke, it’s the perfect fit.
Bob Crothers and Annette Young have a lot they’re thankful for. In the past two years they’ve rekindled their romance after 54 years apart and found their forever home to spend time in together at Bolton Clarke’s Baycrest retirement village in Hervey Bay.
Bob Crothers and Annette Young have plenty of reasons to celebrate this Valentine’s Day. Two years ago, the high school sweethearts reunited after 54 years apart. Last year, they bought a home together at Bolton Clarke’s Baycrest retirement village in Hervey Bay. This year, they plan to get married.
David and Elaine Sollars are grateful to have found their haven when they moved to Bolton Clarke’s Baycrest retirement village in February of last year.
For veterans and residents at Bolton Clarke Baycrest retirement village, ANZAC Day is an important time for reflection and community connection. This year, residents will be Lighting Up the Dawn as they ‘stand to’ on their driveways with support from Hervey Bay RSL sub-branch and Paisley Park Childcare Centre staff, who have provided the residents with handmade candles to mark the commemoration.
Residents and team members at Bolton Clarke’s Baycrest community at Hervey Bay have sent 120 slabs of bottled water to support families and aged care communities doing it tough in Stanthorpe.
Residents from Bolton Clarke’s Baycrest residential aged care community at Hervey Bay have been receiving the star ‘tweetment’ with monthly visits from some high-flying friends from Hervey Bay Animal Refuge.