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RFBI Cessnock Masonic Retirement Village, Retirement Village, Cessnock

30A West Ave Cessnock, NSW, 2325



Retirement Village



Aged Care Facility

Property Overview


Accommodation Type Retirement Village
Contractual Arrangements Loan & License
Number of Dwellings 89
Type of Dwellings Low-Rise Development
Year Established 1985
Pet Policy Pet Policy Not Specified
Garages / Carports 1 Car Garage

Aged Care Beds

Available Beds

0 Supported Living Supported Living 0 Low Care Low Care
0 High Care High Care 0 Transitional Care Transitional Care
0 Respite Care Respite Care 0 Day Care Day Care
0 Dementia Dementia 0 Secure Dementia Secure Dementia
0 Prestige Care Prestige Care 65 Ageing In Place Ageing In Place


Property Features


  • Home care services
  • Level access


  • On-site manager


  • Village bus
  • Walk to shops
  • Walk to transport

Recreational Facilities

  • Community centre
  • Library
  • Woodwork area
  • Workshop

About this Property

RFBI Cessnock Masonic Retirement Village

The Community

Independent, active living without home chores or cares

A move to RFBI Cessnock Masonic Village allows you to forget home maintenance, gardening, lawn mowing and the countless tasks that become increasingly burdensome so you can focus on the fun things in life.

Here, you will be able to enjoy a lifestyle as active as you please doing the things you love doing, and then relax and enjoy your surroundings. 

Village life in the heart of the Hunter Valley

Your new home at RFBI Cessnock Masonic Village is at the southern gateway to the beautiful Hunter Valley, just two hours north of Sydney and an hour from Newcastle. 

The village is situated on more than 3 hectares of land on the outskirts of town, in a tranquil and relaxing bushland setting you are sure to enjoy. A lovely pond sits at the boundary, attracting varied wildlife including swans and pelicans.

To help you make the most of your independent new life here, we invite you to join us on dress-up days, bingo, fashion parades, concerts, hoi, craft, gentle exercises, relaxation, bus trips, movies and art classes. There is also a pool room, plus a men’s shed.

We own a specially modified bus with a wheelchair lift if needed; our residents enjoy many fun-filled outings — great times indeed — so be sure to join us.

Everything you need is right here

The 89 retirement living units at RFBI Cessnock Masonic Village offer you the choice of either one or two bedrooms. All have garages or free-standing carports.

Although the fully fitted kitchens provide all you need to prepare your own meals, if you are feeling a little unwell and need a break from cooking, you can let us know as the village has an on-site kitchen offering freshly baked morning teas and old fashioned cooked dinners which you can enjoy for a small additional charge.

Please note that you will need to pay a departure fee when you leave this village.

Additional care when you need it

If you are looking for additional care, our 65-bed residential care village is situated right next door. Our home care services are also available. Whatever form of home care assistance you need, our RFBI Care at Home team is committed to meeting your requirements, care on your terms. 

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