Set among beautiful bushland, just minutes from the community of Caloundra, Centaur’s residential aged care services are delivered in a relaxed and comfortable environment, where your most frequent visitors come from nature.
Our bedrooms and shared spaces are designed to provide relaxation and comfort in your new home. Our rooms and shared spaces are designed around community living and there is always something to do at Centaur.
Bolton Clarke Centaur is located close to the white sandy beaches of Caloundra, the southernmost community on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Stunning coastal paths and well-maintained boardwalks give you access to all the town has to offer.
Our award-winning chefs have developed a variety of menus driven by seasonal produce, focused on tasty, nutritionally balanced meals across the day. Our menu changes daily, on a four-week rotational basis
Centaur offers you a short term stay to recuperate after a hospital visit, a community to call home for a respite stay, or longer term permanent stay in a new place to call home.
Our services include specialist dementia care; respite care; a registered nurse on duty 24 hours; visiting GP and allied health professionals; and a village bus service and outings in and around the Sunshine Coast region.
Centaur community residents are encouraged to take advantage of the variety of indoor and outdoor spaces available, with lovely gardens to wander through, a BBQ area to enjoy a catch up with family or friends, and a large lounge ad community area where concerts, entertainment and parties are frequent. Our community have a variety of activities and entertainment so you never get bored, including concerts, games, arts and crafts, BBQs, indoor bowls as well as exercise and music therapy to keep you fit.
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 are happy to take you for a tour of your new Sunshine Coast home, assist you through the application process or tell you more about our Caloundra community.
All residents require an assessment prior to admission to Centaur Residential Aged Care.
^Residential aged care places are subject to assessment, availability and payment of entry costs and ongoing fees.
21 West Terrace
When Bolton Clarke Centaur Memorial, Caloundra aged care resident Bert Kennelly dressed as “Santa Senior” at his 101st birthday celebrations this month, he didn’t know he would be accompanied by his own Christmas Alf(ie).
Four Sunshine Coast centenarians have been honoured today at Bolton Clarke’s Centaur Memorial residential aged care community in Caloundra with a special morning tea to celebrate their life achievements this Seniors Week.
Residents from Bolton Clarke’s Centaur Memorial residential aged care community in Caloundra know that a little adventure is the spoonful of sugar for a vibrant, healthy life. Recently they took their 21st overnight holiday, this time to coastal Hervey Bay and historic Maryborough.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that Mary Schultz is far younger than her 100 years. With a memory many would envy, a quick wit and broad knowledge of local history those who know her call her the walking encyclopedia.
For residents at Bolton Clarke’s Centaur Memorial community at Caloundra, living in residential aged care doesn’t mean giving up on holidays. Residents set out on their second annual road trip last month, heading south to take in the sights, experiences and tastes of the Gold Coast, Ballina and Byron Bay.
From a childhood in India to study in Edinburgh, Scotland and wartime service in south-east Asia and Africa, it’s taken 100 years for Bolton Clarke Centaur Memorial resident Michael Innis to make his way to Caloundra.
Age is no barrier to having fun - that’s the message that rang out loud and clear when residents from Bolton Clarke’s Centaur Memorial community at Caloundra, on the Sunshine Coast, hit the road for a holiday to the Gold Coast this week.