Lyndoch is for living

Lyndoch Living

Lyndoch is for living

Welcome to Lyndoch

With more than 60 years of experience, Lyndoch Living offers a tailored approach to retirement living, in home and residential care. From specialised services to social programs, rehabilitation and training, Lyndoch Living provides innovative ways to constantly improve the way we care for our customers living within one of our six homes and services to the broader community.


“We are very grateful for the professionalism and care the staff have shown”

Family of Living@Home clients


“We would like to acknowledge the fantastic support shown to this lovely couple by the Living@Home team and the flexibility and understanding of their care needs”

Family Member of Living@Home client


“The lady you sent over yesterday was delightful, and even made Mum a hot lemon drink and put her to bed”

Leanne (daughter of Living@Home client)


“What a wonderful job Trish and Liz do, we are so happy with the care they provide”

Family Members of Living@Home clients


“I really appreciate the support from the Lyndoch Living@Home team, it’s a huge help in managing my caring role”

Michelle (Living@Home client)


“A very big thank you to the wonderful staff who came into our home and cared for my husband.  This respite break made a very difficult situation more tolerable and gave me something to look forward to”

Christine (Living@Home client)


“Geraldine is the about the best cleaner I’ve ever had!”

Maurice  (Living@Home client)


“Jan is such a capable, competent and calming carer, I feel so safe in her hands.  I could not ask for anyone better”

Joan (Living@Home client)


“I’ve always been a busy, practical person and I’m still a busy person – I’m still able to be very involved in the community, especially the Speedway. I’m a busy bloke!”
“I get spoilt rotten here! I really get cared for.”

Steve (Swinton East)


“One of the lovely nurses had a great idea and planted out a raised bed with tomatoes and other plants and I enjoy getting out there and doing some work in the garden, collecting the produce.” “The staff are very, very nice. They greet you with a smile and do things very well.“
“I really enjoy the school kids visiting, and I’m amazed at the quality of the kids,
they’re all so nice!”

John (Lake Lodge)


“I’ve lived here for 5 years and I’m very happy with the nurses and other staff”

Margaret (Lake Lodge)


“I’ve made friends here that I wouldn’t have been able to meet living by myself at home. It’s like an extension of your family” “The staff are absolutely fantastic here, nothing is ever a problem for them. Right through to the maintenance men, the cleaners and gardeners and staff at the kiosk, they’re all obliging and always greet you with a smile” “At Lyndoch I get comfort, care and conversation, add a bit of fresh air and that’s exactly what you need in life”

Lynette (Swinton East)

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The local economy is more important now to the success of regional and remote communities than it has ever been, and at times it can be a major constraint on growth.

It is vital that a strong emphasis is placed on bringing regional and remote businesses together to develop a shared vision for local and regional development.

For many local and regional businesses, understanding business growth in a fast changing ever moving world
can be daunting. Factors such as population and social change, the effects of globalization, competition, artificial intelligence, digital technology and renewable energy, all need to be considered.

Many local and regional businesses are realizing a need to reinvent themselves to be able to manage these changes and challenges.

There are no single standalone issues facing regional business communities, they are all in
a sense bound together by a multitude of factors. It should therefore make sense that
these communities are likewise bound together in a mutual collaborative network, one that fosters cooperative relationships and strengthens the actions of the individual members.

By regional businesses working together, momentum in growth will be maintained, sustainable practices will develop and be imbedded into the business framework and the value of the collaborative relationships will enhance business growth and assist in meeting strategic business goals.

Tuesday 10 April 2018, 9am-4.30pm
Brother Fox Cafeteria and Events, Deakin University (Building H)

Lyndoch Living is proud to host this day-long regional conference in Warrnambool.

The program brings together a range of regionally and nationally acclaimed presenters to explore the critical importance of collaboration in regional economies.

Through inspiring presentations, local case studies and panel discussions, this conference examines what regional businesses will need to grow and sustain momentum, and what practices should be embedded now to ensure future success.

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Congratulations to Jess Alldis who is the winner of the $20 Fuel Voucher in our Photo of the Year Competition.
Please inbox us to arrange to collect your prize Jess!

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