A place with a heart
St Anna’s was established in 1990 when three community clubs came together – Croatian, Ukrainian and Belarusian (Croatian, Ukrainian and Belarusian Aged Association of South Australia Inc) to provide an inclusive facility for their ageing community. However, St Anna’s is a place with a heart and is open to all cultures.
St Anna’s is uniquely small and boutique, offering only 60 beds which ensures that its residents feel part of a community within a community. Furthermore, the facility was built as one entity, but is separated into smaller communal areas to allow residents to interact with fewer individuals.