Browse the accommodation facilities available for patients and their familes below:
This facility is located close to Canberra Hospital and is a comfortable home for patients travelling from regional areas for treatment...
Thanks to the Hunter Community Committee and Room for Improvement, the Jim Simspon Patient and Family Accommodation Complex is across the road from the Mater and situated close to the John Hunter hospital...
The Phillip Desbrow Accommodation Complex at Waverton, is in close proximity to several major treatment centres in and around Sydney. Providing six two bedroom, self contained apartments...
The Leukaemia Foundation Patient and Family Accommodation Complex at Westmead is situated close to Westmead Hospital and the Children's Hospital at Westmead...
Our accommodation service to support Territorians is provided in centrally located commercial premises.
ESA Village is a new 30-unit complex located at 41 Peter Doherty Street, Dutton Park, within the Boggo Road Urban Village in Brisbane. The village is approximately four kilometres from Brisbane City, and 1.4 kilometres from the Mater and Princess Alexandra Hospitals.
Located close to the Royal Brisbane Hospital, Mincom Village has 13 fully self-contained comfortable, spacious and air-conditioned one and two bedroom units.
Queensland Freemasons Village is an 18-unit complex built amid landscaped gardens adjacent to the Townsville Hospital.
This state-of-the-art facility is located at Coopers Plains beside the QEII Hospital on Brisbane's southside.
This facility is available thanks to the ongoing support of Dr Clem Jones AO and the Clem Jones Group.
The accommodation complex at Richmond (just south west of Adelaide) consists of four units, all at ground level, in secure grounds with off street parking.
The Leukaemia Foundation Patient and Family Accommodation Complex at Wayville is situated immediately south of Adelaide, and is central to most treatment centres.
Each of the East Melbourne apartments provides accommodation for one patient and carer.
The Mark Webber Challenge Foundation Short-Term Apartments are located in Bell City, Preston, close to the Melbourne CBD and close to treatment centres.
Three 2-bedroom apartments in North Melbourne are available for extended families to use. Each apartment is self contained and in easy walking distance of the Royal Children's and Royal Melbourne Hospitals.
Each of the Samantha Darton Apartments provides accommodation for one patient and a carer.
The units at Bassendean have three bedrooms (1 queen bed, 2 single beds with trundles), bathroom, kitchen, laundry, dining and lounge-room (includes sofa bed) with enclosed...
City Stay Apartment Hotel has an agreement with the Foundation to make four hotel rooms available to patients and families during treatment.
The Leukaemia Foundation has a number of accommodation complexes located near major treatment centres. They are designed as a 'home away from home' for patients, carers and their families who have to temporarily relocate from regional and rural areas for specialist treatment.
For more information please contact us, or call us on freecall 1800 620 420.
The Leukaemia Foundation aims to provide its ‘home away from home’ accommodation units to patients and families at no cost to them. This is achieved via a government subsidy scheme. The Foundation assists patients in completing a government/DVA/private health fund travel and accommodation subsidy form which then fully refunds any accommodation fees charged to the family by the Foundation.
This process varies between states, so please call 1800 620 420 for more information on your state’s policy.
In the event that there is no available Leukaemia Foundation ‘home away from home’ accommodation, the Foundation may be able to assist you in locating alternative commercial accommodation and can provide some subsidy for these costs.
To book one of the Foundation's 'home away from home' accommodation units, please phone freecall 1800 620 420.