Under the new aged care reforms, the Australian Government has decided that everyone can contribute to the cost of their care where their personal circumstances allow. A small portion of the hourly rate is charged to you and the larger portion is subsidised through the program. However, in cases of financial hardship, the fee can be reduced to ensure anyone who needs support can access it.

For a copy of the Fee Schedule, please contact us on 1300 111 278.






We like to ensure that you are supported and provided with what you need, regardless of your finances. If you receive the full pension, you may not need to pay anything, as long as the services you require are covered by the subsidy. Unlike many other providers, Anglicare waives the Basic Daily Fee. If you require additional services that aren’t covered by the subsidy, you can choose to pay for them.

If you receive a part-pension or you are a self-funded retiree, you may need to pay an Income-Tested Care Fee which is determined by Centrelink. In the case of financial hardship, you may have the Income-Tested Care Fee waived or reduced. You need to complete a hardship form and submit it to Centrelink. We can assist you with this process.




Private services, also known as fee-for-service, does not require any Government assessment and is not eligible for any Government subsidy. You are required to pay the full cost of your care. If you have private health insurance, you may be able to receive a rebate (check with your health insurer).









Under the new aged care reforms, the Australian Government has decided that everyone can contribute to the cost of their care where their personal circumstances allow. A small portion of the hourly rate is charged to you and the larger portion is subsidised through the program. However, in cases of financial hardship, the fee can be reduced to ensure anyone who needs support can access it.

For a copy of the Fee Schedule, please contact us on 1300 111 278.






We like to ensure that you are supported and provided with what you need, regardless of your finances. If you receive the full pension, you may not need to pay anything, as long as the services you require are covered by the subsidy. Unlike many other providers, Anglicare waives the Basic Daily Fee. If you require additional services that aren’t covered by the subsidy, you can choose to pay for them.

If you receive a part-pension or you are a self-funded retiree, you may need to pay an Income-Tested Care Fee which is determined by Centrelink. In the case of financial hardship, you may have the Income-Tested Care Fee waived or reduced. You need to complete a hardship form and submit it to Centrelink. We can assist you with this process.




Private services, also known as fee-for-service, does not require any Government assessment and is not eligible for any Government subsidy. You are required to pay the full cost of your care. If you have private health insurance, you may be able to receive a rebate (check with your health insurer).