Our beautiful Farnorha community is centrally located in a quiet pocket of Westcourt in Cairns in the tropical Far North. The thriving North Queensland region is home to some of the world’s greatest natural attractions, including the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics rainforest.
Surrounded by parkland and rolling hills in the distance, Farnorha’s residential aged care services are delivered in a tropical style setting with spaces for indoor and outdoor entertaining across the site.
Contemporary themes throughout our community offer plenty of space to relax and enjoy a good book in air conditioned comfort, or keep busy with regular social events and activities include concerts and entertainment, games, arts and crafts, BBQs, indoor bowls and happy hour.
With a focus on fresh produce and nutrition, tasty meals are prepared by our award winning chefs and menus are refreshed every four weeks and rotate daily.
Our services in Cairns include dementia care; respite care; a registered nurse on duty 24 hours; visiting GP and allied health professionals; a village bus service and outings. Farnorha’s residents are encouraged to take advantage of the indoor and outdoor spaces available for relaxation and socialising. The carefully landscaped village enjoys stunning views which provides an inspiring backdrop to the residents’ lounge
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 home, assist you through the application process or tell you more about our Farnohra community.
All residents require an assessment prior to admission to Farnohra Residential Aged Care.
257-281 Lyons Street
Spending the day at the races is always full of fun, but for Bolton Clarke Farnorha aged care residents Ray Anderson and Lola Nolan, being back at the Cairns track this week brought back happy memories – as well as providing an opportunity to make new ones.
Bolton Clarke Farnorha resident Don ‘Jack’ Thomson, 84, was a special guest when the new movie Danger Close, about the Battle of Long Tan, opened in Cairns last week. But Don doesn’t need a movie to remember the events of that day – he was there, serving alongside Lieutenant Colonel Harry Smith, played in the movie by actor Travis Fimmel.