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Accommodation services

If you’ve been diagnosed with a blood cancer and live in regional, rural or remote areas of Australia, you may have to travel to a major city hospital at short notice to begin medical treatment. For many people, this could mean weeks or even months away from home.

To relieve the stress and financial burden of attending important medical appointments, we offer subsidised or free (where possible) accommodation to regional and rural patients and their families.
This is achieved through the government subsidy scheme where available and the generosity of the community who donate to the Leukaemia Foundation.

Explore our locations below, or find out how to access our accommodation services here.

About Leukaemia Foundation accommodation services

Leukaemia Foundation accommodation information
Illustration of some housing buildings

ESA Village (Dutton Park, Brisbane, QLD)

ESA Village (Brisbane)
ESA Village in Dutton Park

Herston Village (Herston, Brisbane, QLD)

Herston Village (Brisbane)
Herston Village exterior

Clem Jones-Sunland VIllage (Coopers Plains, Brisbane, QLD)

Clem Jones – Sunland Village (Brisbane)
Clem Jones accommodation village

Village Green Apartments (Bowen Hills, Brisbane, QLD)

Village Green Apartments (Brisbane)
Village Green apartments in Bowen Hills

Freemasons Village (Townsville, QLD)

Queensland Freemasons Village (Townsville)
Exterior of Freemasons Village in Townsville

Sydney and Newcastle (NSW)

NSW Accommodation
Phillip Desbrow Accommodation Complex

John James VIllage (Garran, Canberra, ACT)

ACT Accommodation
Picture of the John James Village Canberra

Building of Hope (North Melbourne, Victoria)

Melbourne accommodation
Building of Hope accommodation centre garden area

Stirling Cross Apartments (Innaloo, Perth, WA)

Western Australia
Perth's Stirling Cross apartments

Bridgestone Australia Village (Lightsview, Adelaide, SA)

Bridgestone Australia Adelaide Village