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  • COVID-19 Update

    Our priority, as always, is for the wellbeing, health and safety of residents, clients, volunteers and staff. You can find important information and regular updates about the Coronavirus here.

  • Looking for a break?

    Enjoy FREE respite at selected RFBI residential care villages

  • Your new lifestyle
    begins here

    Retire among like-minded people in the leisurely lifestyle you deserve

  • Your new lifestyle
    begins here

    Secure, worry-free assisted living with 24/7 clinical care

  • Your new lifestyle
    begins here

    Live independently at home and get help when you need it

How to choose the right aged care service for you

RFBI's Aged Care Guide will take you through the various options
and answer frequently asked questions

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What's happening?

1 Jun 2020 Armchair travel to Italy

The Catering and Lifestyle teams from RFBI Lake Haven Masonic Village got…

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29 May 2020 Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

In honour of Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea (on Thursday 28 May),…

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27 May 2020 Coping with COVID-19 – Tip of the Week

There is a lot of information being circulated regarding the COVID-19 pandemic…

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25 May 2020 Happy Hour with a twist

At each of our Villages, our teams organise regular Happy Hours for…

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22 May 2020 Knitting and having a good ol’ yarn

Royal Freemasons’ Benevolent Institution (RFBI) has over 400 volunteers who are currently…

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Coping with COVID-19 20 May 2020 Coping with COVID-19 – Tip of the Week

Participating in a healthy and positive mental-health practice can help you manage…

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About RFBI

Founded in 1880, RFBI assisted the needy and became increasingly committed to
aged care, offering options that range from in-home assistance to independent
retirement living to full-time nursing care with doctors on call.

Currently RFBI has 20 retirement villages, 22 residential villages and provides
Home Care services to older Australians across NSW and ACT. In total RFBI
cares for in excess of 2,500 older community members every day.

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Important information on RFBI's response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) for families and visitors - Read more