ESA Village (Brisbane)
ESA Village includes 30 two and three bedroom fully furnished units within a multi-storey complex in Dutton Park, in Brisbane’s south. The village is built around a large grassed courtyard and is set among landscaped gardens. Covered walkways provide wheelchair access and link the comfortable, spacious and air-conditioned units.
ESA Village has:
- a shaded children’s playground
- a gym and spa
- barbecue facilities
- undercover security parking for residents
- family/games room with a television, books, magazines, board games and children’s toys.
Village residents are able to use the Foundation’s volunteer bus service for transport to and from Brisbane’s major treating hospitals
ESA 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 that you may be feeling anxious about.
Location and contact details
For more information or to book accommodation, please phone 07 3055 8200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ESA Village is located within the Boggo Road Urban Village in Dutton Park at:
41 Peter Doherty St, Dutton Park
Reception: 07 3055 8200
Fax: 07 3055 8299
It’s approximately 4 kilometres from Brisbane City and 1.4 kilometres from both the Mater and Princess Alexandra Hospitals.
ESA Village was initially opened in 1994 at the Raymond Terrace site in South Brisbane. This $4 million 21 unit complex was built 100 metres from the Mater Hospital Campus. Due to the development of the Queensland Children’s Hospital, ESA village was relocated and rebuilt, with the assistance of Queensland Health, in Dutton Park in 2012.
ESA Village is named in honour of the ESA International organisation, whose members have tirelessly fundraised and been dedicated to the care of patients and their families – particularly through their involvement with the Princess Quest, later known as the Leukaemia Foundation Quest.
ESA Village is within walking distance to the Park Road train station, and the Boggo Road Busway. Brisbane City is less than 20 minutes away by bus or train.
For more information on public transport in Brisbane visit translink.com.au or phone 13 12 30.
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.
The Boggo Road Busway can take you directly to Brisbane City, Carindale Shopping Centre or Buranda Shopping complex.
A fruit and vegetable store, health food store, cafe, and pharmacy are all walking distance from ESA Village.
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Ph: 07 3844 3239
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109 Vulture Street
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Ph: 07 3844 4111
Churches and Places of Worship
Holy Trinity Anglican Church
68 Hawthorne Street
Ph: 07 3891 9401
South Bank Baptist Church
218 Vulture Street
Ph: 07 3844 3388
West End Uniting Church
11 Sussex Street
West End, Brisbane
Ph: 07 3844 3557
Greek Orthodox Church of St George
33 Edmonstone St
Ph: 07 3844 3669
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