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Betty, Bill and Beverly

Hear to what one of our residents and their family have to say about their MercyCare experience.

“Betty has dementia. It was hopeless trying to look after her. We made a promise we would never put each other in a nursing home. But it’s just a promise you’ve got to break. Coming into MercyCare I felt comfortable straight away. They care for her and she loves them. I recommend MercyCare from day dot. It was like winning the lottery and I got first prize” – Bill (Betty’s husband)

Residential Aged Care Maddington

Situated on the border of a vast and impressive state reserve and conveniently positioned only minutes away from the central hub of Maddington - you can be close to nature while at the same time taking advantage of the large selection of restaurants, cafes and specialty right stores on your doorstep. There really is a bit of something for everyone!

Our Services

  • 24 hr Care and Support
  • Quality Food and Dining
  • Specialist Dementia Care
  • Palliative Care
  • Regular Social Outings
  • GP and Specialist Services
  • Pastoral Care
  • Cleaning and Onsite Laundry Services
  • Onsite Hairdresser
  • Wireless Internet

Costs and Fees

Room typeRoom priceChoose from three forms of payment options
Option 1
Maximum Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD)
Option 2
Maximum Daily Accommodation Payment (DAP)
Option 3
Combination payment of refundable deposit and daily payment.
For example
RAD 50%DAP 50%
Deluxe room
Single room with ensuite

Premier room
Single room with ensuite
Courtyard view


It is important to understand the costs and fees associated with care so that you can choose the home and payment option that best meets your needs.

For more information on costs and fees click here.

Michele Murdoch

Service Manager

I want people to see the person, not the age or diagnosis. That means treating each person as an individual, and this couldn’t be more important than in Residential Aged Care.

I have a passion for working with seniors and advocating for them. I believe the place I can have the most impact to do this is in Residential Aged Care.

At MercyCare’s Maddington Aged Care Home we are about creating a culture where we see the individual, treating each person with dignity and respect. We want to interact and engage with each resident from the time they get up to when they go to bed each night.

I’ve had a lifetime of working in the health industry but found my true passion over the past decade in aged care.

After working as a nurse at Royal Perth Hospital, my interest in emergency care saw me change career pathways to become a paramedic before moving into management roles. My move into aged care come through both community and residential aged care with my most recent position being one off the career bucket list – as a service manager for an aged care home in the remote community of Halls Creek.

I spent two years on the Council On The Ageing (COTA) board and can’t wait to continue advocating for seniors in my Service Manager role.

Our Home

Take a quick tour of our home in Maddington.

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  • Lounge AreaLounge Area
  • Activity AreaActivity Area
  • BedroomBedroom
  • BathroomBathroom
  • Front of buildingFront of building
  • BusBus
  • ReceptionReception
  • Outdoor AreaOutdoor Area

Our Development

We’ve been part of the Maddington community for 10 years and our existing Residential Aged Care home sits on a very small part of the land we have there.

It’s time to expand opportunities for elderly people and people living with dementia, and especially people who have grown up in the Maddington area and want to stay close to home. 

We have exciting plans for a new Residential Aged Care home... one connected by leafy courtyards, with shared recreational areas and a place for residents and their families to remain connected to the local community.

The plans need government approval and additional licences from the Federal Government. In October, the City of Gosnells gave the green light for development, and we hope the remaining requirements will be in place in time for us to start construction in late-2019, with first residents able to move in by late 2021.

Find out more

Download our Information Sheet for more details.

Get in touch

If you’d like to make a comment or ask a question, email the project team at and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

For general enquiries

For admissions enquiries

Please call or email to arrange a private appointment where you can tour the facilities, meet our staff, and find out more about the lifestyle at MercyCare Residential Aged Care in Maddington. Please contact us between the hours of 9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday.

185 Maddington Road
Maddington 6109

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Ann, Annie and Majorie

Everything we do is centred around providing the best possible care to our residents. No matter what you need, we’re here to support and help you and your loved ones. Listen to what one of our residents and their family have to say about their MercyCare experience.

“When my daughter tells people that I’m in care they say ‘Shame.’ But she says ‘No mum loves it. She’s having a ball.” – Ann

“When we were looking for a nursing home for my husband, as soon as we looked at this one we knew this was the place. We took him home every Sunday but he never once didn’t want to come back.” - Majorie