Clem Jones – Sunland Village (Brisbane)
The Clem Jones – Sunland Leukaemia Foundation Village is built on five acres of land with beautifully established trees and gardens providing the perfect environment for relaxation and recovery. This state of the art complex includes 30 two and three bedroom, fully-furnished units with:
- landscaped courtyards
- a patient support centre
- a games and activity room, including a stocked book library
- games and DVD movies
- patient counselling rooms
- a common room
- gymnasium with spa/shower facilities.
The grounds of the facility include:
- a barbeque and recreational area
- landscaped gardens
- children’s playground
- covered car park area for village residents and visitors.
The Leukaemia Foundation offers residents transport to and from Brisbane’s major treating hospitals. With the support of volunteer drivers, transport is provided to and from hospitals from Monday to Friday.
The Clem Jones – Sunland Leukaemia Foundation Village is staffed by highly trained health professionals who are available to assist you and your family with any concerns you may have regarding your diagnosis, treatment, and any other issues which you may be feeling anxious about.
Location and contact details
The Clem Jones – Sunland Leukaemia Foundation Village is located at:
170 Middle St, Coopers Plains
Reception: 07 3259 1000
Fax: 07 3259 1099
The Clem Jones – Sunland Leukaemia Foundation Village was opened in 2007, the third patient accommodation and support centre in Brisbane. The Clem Jones Group, the Sunland Group and the Queensland Freemasons together committed $5.7 million towards the $8.5 million 30-unit facility.
The local Brisbane City Council bus stop is located in Troughton Road (cnr Middle Street). There is also a taxi rank in Troughton Road.
Information on Brisbane public transport is available on the Translink website, or phone Translink on 13 12 30.
The Clem Jones – Sunland Leukaemia Foundation Village is just a five minute drive to Garden City Shopping Centre.
Courtesy buses and cars are available to transport village residents to local shopping centres to buy groceries, do other general shopping or for a social outing.
Market Square Medical Centre
Mains Road, Sunnybank
Ph: 07 3345 3662
Beenleigh Road Medical Centre
Cnr Beenleigh & Wynne Streets, Sunnybank
Ph: 07 3345 3662
Salisbury and Sunnybank Medical Centres
5/272 Lillian Avenue, Salisbury
Ph: 07 3277 1621
Churches and Places of Worship
St Pius X Church
69 Golda Avenue, Salisbury
Ph: 3345 3766
St Bartholomew’s Anglican Church
1357 Logan Road (cnr Mountain Street) Mt. Gravatt
Ph: 07 3849 4411
Holland Park Mosque
309 Nursery Road Holland Park
Ph: 0419 798 629
15 London Street Eight Mile Plains
Shree Swaminarayan Temple
19 Cripps St Salisbury
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