63-72 Labrina Avenue

Prospect SA 5082


Telephone: 08 8344 1867

Facsimile: 08 8344 7265

  • Residential Care

Room information

Typical residential room


Labrina offers 40 individual rooms, all with private en-suites, kitchenettes and the latest in nurse call technology.

Residents can enjoy chef-cooked meals, prepared on site, which cater for special dietary requirements.

Outdoor areas and the atrium garden offer comfortable areas to relax and socialise with family and friends.


Labrina Village Aged Care

Size 6.1m x 4.5m
Storage Built in robe
TV Yes
Heating individual Yes
Cooling individual Yes
Heating central n/a
Cooling central n/a
Date of construction n/a
Date of refurbishment n/a








The Australian Government regulates accommodation charges for residential care services. Although the Government provides some financial support, you may need to contribute towards your costs.

These charges can either be a lump sum payment (Refundable Accommodation Deposit – RAD) or a regular daily payment (Daily Accommodation Payment – DAP), or a combination of both.

If the accommodation charge is paid as a lump sum (RAD) it is fully refundable, unless you choose to pay other charges from this.

Please call our friendly Care Options team on 1800 852 772 for more personalised information.

The maximum lump sum accommodation charge per person is $400,000 for a single room with a private ensuite (6.1m x 4.5m)

Maximum Lump Sum (RAD) $400,000
Maximum Daily Payment (DAP) $63.34

Combination Option: 50% (RAD)

Combination Option: 50% (DAP)



Please note prices are valid 1/04/17 - 30/06/17


If you want to keep living the life you love, Southern Cross Care will help you get the most out of every day. Additionally, if you want to get the most out of every day, our range of services will help make sure you're able to maintain or regain a healthy life. 

With the highest quality facilities and an engaging environment, Labrina Village is a place you can call home. It’s a gardener’s delight, with the outdoor areas and atrium garden offering comfortable areas to relax and socialise with family and friends.

Each of the 40 individual rooms offer spacious ensuites, kitchenettes, and the latest in nurse call technology, you can trust that you will receive the right care.

We provide chef-cooked meals, which are prepared on site, and can cater for your special dietary requirements.

Southern Cross Care’s whole-person approach means we also cater to your spiritual needs. The chapel caters to all faiths and denominations. Pastoral care staff are also available to provide counselling and social support to you.

If a specific requirement is not listed, please ask when you call our friendly Customer Connect staff.


  • 40 bedrooms
  • Spacious ensuite rooms with kitchenettes and built-in wardrobes
  • Room controlled reverse cycle air-conditioning
  • Chef-cooked meals catering to all dietary requirements and prepared on site
  • Lounges for family visits and relaxing
  • Large flat screen TVs in lounges
  • Hairdressing and beauty therapy salon
  • Chapel
  • Atrium and outdoor areas
  • Dedicated space for lifestyle programs, including piano
  • Computer area
  • Long term stay respite care on availability


63-72 Labrina Avenue

Prospect SA 5082

Frequently Asked Questions

How do ACATs assess the type of care I need?

Whether you live at home or are in hospital, ACATs can visit you to discuss exactly what it is you need.
Team members simply ask you a series of questions that are designed to determine how much and what type of help you need.
With your permission, the ACAT will also make contact with your doctor. This helps them to gain important information about your medical history, which helps with the assessment process.

What are my rights during an assessment?

- To be treated with dignity and respect.
- To be provided with correct and complete information about the assessment process.
- To be listened to.
- To have someone with you, such as a carer, close friend or relative.
- To have an interpreter (which ACAT can arrange).
- To receive independent advice from an advocate, or have them act on your behalf.

What if I’m not happy with my assessment result?

You have the final decision to accept or reject an ACAT recommendation.
If you are unhappy with the recommendations, it is always best to first talk with the person in charge of the ACAT; most concerns can resolved this way.
If you cannot come to an agreement, you can appeal the decision. ACAT will send you a letter that explains how you, or someone acting on your behalf, can do this.