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Castle Respite & Sunflower House


The Castle:


Within "The Castle" at Holland Park West, we can accommodate up to 3 participants at one time while receiving 1:1 care. We supply all food, beverages, linen and have a hoist and 3 airchairs, to ensure maximum comfort with your stay.


The Castle features:

  • 1 bedroom with single bed 

  • 2 bedrooms with a hospital beds

  • Separate bedroom for Staff only

  • 2 bathrooms with disability showers and a toilet

  • Fully equipped kitchen

  • Large common room area 

  • WI-FI, Fetch TV in the media room

Sunflower House:

Sunflower House is our new respite home, able to accommodate 2 participants at one time while receiving 1:1 care. We provide food, bedding and activities for our participants.

Sunflower House features:

  • 2 bedrooms with single bed

  • Separate bedroom for Staff only

  • 2 bathrooms including bath

  • Fully equipped kitchen

  • Large loungeroom

  • WI-FI, tv in each room and a PS4 in the common area.

  • Large backyard with a trampoline 

  • Fenced and secured property

Precious Angels Staff are highly trained support workers, providing a comfortable home away from home for our participants. Our aim is to give Participants a relaxing, fun and enjoyable experience.

Activities available at respite:

There are a wide range of activities for your Angel to enjoy at respite as well as out and about. The Castle is close to parklands with a playground and is walking distance to a library and cafés. There are 2 Westfield shopping centres within 15 minutes drive, Karawatha Forest Discovery Centre is just down the road and Mt Gravatt is the next suburb over, where there is a SkyZone, Zone Bowling, Time Zone, Event Cinema as well as many restaurants and cafés. Sunflower is close to parks and other community amenities and located 20 minutes from the city.

Bookings essential, please call/email the office to book.

Office: 07 3076 4648

Afterhours: 0421 521 750


Growing up with a sister affected by cerebral palsy ignited my passion for disabilities. Volunteering at Nursery Road Special School in high school, I later earned a nursing diploma in 2021.


Joining Precious Angels a year ago, I've cherished my role as the Respite Coordinator, easing the burden for caregivers and providing personalized care for young adults. My nursing background enhances my commitment to best practices, ensuring families have peace of mind during respite.


At Precious Angels, I focus on building meaningful connections and promoting independence for participants. Let's create a thriving space for individuals with disabilities and offer families the respite they need, confident in our capable and caring hands.

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