Percy Baxter Lodge

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Percy Baxter Lodge is located at the McKellar Centre on Ballarat Road Geelong. Percy Baxter Lodge is 82-bed facility offering a cosy, home-like environment in a beautiful garden setting that enhances emotional wellbeing. It features a warm and inviting shared area, with comfortable seating and pleasant surroundings in which to dine and socialise with fellow residents.

Room types

  • Single room with shared ensuite, 15.5 square metres. Maximum occupancy of one.
  • Single room with own ensuite, 15.5 square metres. Maximum occupancy of one.

Pricing

Residents can choose to pay for their accommodation by a refundable deposit (RAD), a daily payment (DAP), or a combination of both. A refundable deposit is paid as a lump sum amount. A daily payment accrues daily and is paid periodically, for example, monthly. A combination payment includes both a partial lump sum and daily payments. Click here for a full list of room prices.

Additional services

  • Facility bus
  • Shuttle bus service within the McKellar Centre precinct
  • Onsite radiology
  • 'Residential in Reach Program' which prevents admissions to the emergency department by providing residents with access to GPs and Aged/Palliative Nurse Practitioner to manage and treat residents within the facility, if appropriate
  • Cafe 45 providing a range of healthy food options in a picturesque setting, overlooking the gardens of the Town Square precinct, including an amphitheatre and children's playground
  • Contemplation centre
  • Located on the McKellar Centre site with Inpatient Rehabilitation Services including palliative care and aged psychiatric services
  • Telehealth program, enabling access to private medical specialists as required
  • Residents Trust Account service.

Contact
  • Address:

    McKellar Centre
    45 - 95 Ballarat Road
    North Geelong, Vic, 3215

  • Car Parking:

    Available onsite

  • Phone Number:

    03 4215 5200

Traditional Owners

We, Barwon Health, acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, the Wadawurrung people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to the Elders both past and present.