What accommodation options does Cancer Council WA offer?
Our two self-catering accommodation Lodges in Perth offer a home-away-from-home for regional cancer patients and their carers while they access treatments and cancer related appointments in the metro area. The Lodges offer comfortable, clean and safe motel-style accommodation with on-site support services.
Our Cancer Council WA Cancer Support Coordinator is available at the Lodges to provide support to those newly diagnosed and/or undergoing treatment for cancer, their families and/or carers through the provision of social, emotional and practical support.
Guests must be able to either look after themselves or be accompanied by a carer, as neither facility provides personal or nursing care.
Both facilities are strictly smoke-free.
Crawford Lodge is a two-storey building set in beautiful, landscaped gardens within the grounds of Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (Monash Avenue, Nedlands). There is a lift to the second storey. It comprises 6 single units, 49 twin units and 4 family units. Priority is given to regional patients who need to have a carer with them during the course of their treatment and families with children. You can learn more about the history of Crawford Lodge here.
The following video below explains a little more about the services and support available at Crawford Lodge:
Milroy Lodge is a single-storey building situated within easy walking distance of local transport and surrounded by tranquil, natural bushland. Milroy Lodge is situated in Bedbrook Place, Shenton Park. It comprises 24 single units, 3 double units and 2 twin units. Priority is given to regional patients who are staying alone, however a carer can be accommodated for short periods of time if required. You can learn more about the history of Milroy Lodge here.
The following video below explains a little more about the services and support available at Milroy Lodge:
What costs are involved?
Rates per person per night :
- Cancer Patient (1st person) $106.10
- Carer (2nd person) $15
- Carer whilst patient hospitalised $106.10
- Extra person 16 + in family unit $37.50
- Children 12 – 15 $5
- Children under 12 Free
What financial assistance is available?
If you need to come to Perth for cancer treatment and live 100kms or more from the city, or in Northam or York, you may be eligible through the government’s Patient Assisted Travel Scheme (PATS) for assistance towards the cost of your travel and accommodation.
Application for this assistance must be made in advance via the PATS Clerk at your local hospital or through your treating doctor, prior to commencing your journey.
If you are eligible for PATS cover, you may not have to incur any costs other than personal telephone charges to stay at a Cancer Council WA Lodge, as the Cancer Council will invoice PATS direct for the cost of your accommodation.
How do I make a reservation?
Tel: (08) 9489 7333
Fax: (08) 9489 7314
Address: 55 Monash Avenue, Nedlands WA 6009
Tel: (08) 9382 9333
Fax: (08) 9382 9330
Address: 15 Bedbrook Place, Shenton Park WA 6008
Monday to Friday: 8am to 6pm
Saturday: 8am to 12 noon
Sunday / Public holidays: 12 noon to 4pm
Rooms will be available from 1pm. Guests are asked to check-in during reception hours unless transport arrival times prevent this. Check out time is 11am.
Visit our Regional WA services page for further information.
Did you know you can “Adopt a Room” at one of our Lodges?
The Adopt a Room program allows members of the community to help provide a home away from home and vital support for country families during cancer treatment by adopting a room at Crawford or Milroy Lodge for a year.