Glen Osmond Grove Care Community

Aged Care

Glen Osmond Ref:PL24334

Opal HealthCare





550 Portrush Road, Glen Osmond, 5064, SA Directions

1300 193 286

About this Aged Care Home
Quick Facts

Number of Dwellings


Number of Beds


Min. Aged Care Price


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Year Established


Type of Beds

Supported Living, Secure Dementia

Level of Support
  • Onsite Nursing
  • 24hr Onsite Staff
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Podiatry
  • Physiotherapy
  • Cafe on-site
  • Beauty Salon
Recreational Facilities
  • Commercial kitchen
  • Cinema
  • Library
  • Residents lounge
  • Meeting Room
  • Craft studio
Type of Beds

Supported Living


Low Care


High Care


Transitional Care


Respite Care


Day Care




Secure Dementia


Prestige Care


Ageing in Place



Glen Osmond Grove Care Community

550 Portrush Road, Glen Osmond, 5064, SA

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Glen Osmond Grove Care Community

Glen Osmond Grove Care Community

Situated in a serene and verdant residential neighborhood in the eastern part of Adelaide, our Care Community provides convenient access to all the amenities of Adelaide's CBD, just a short drive away. We offer elegant living spaces in a contemporary yet welcoming atmosphere, with personalized care administered by our proficient team. Our lush garden courtyards and expansive lounge areas are thoughtfully designed for contemporary indoor and outdoor living, creating an ideal setting for quality time with loved ones amidst the peaceful surroundings.

Care Services at Glen Osmond Grove

We provide a tranquil environment along with the compassionate and individualized care of 24/7 registered nurses. Our experienced leadership team collaborates with a capable and self-assured staff to deliver comprehensive residential aged care, encompassing palliative care, dementia care, and respite care services. Allied health professionals also make regular visits. We understand the significance of grasping both the major and minor facets of your daily preferences, ensuring that we can help you feel comfortable, receive the appropriate support, and thrive under our care.

Daily Life at Glen Osmond Grove

Whether you find solace in reading a book in our library, relish spending time outdoors in our landscaped courtyards, or engage in creative pursuits such as music, arts, or crafts, there is an abundance of activities to enjoy at Glen Osmond Grove Care Community. We warmly welcome residents' pets, making us a pet-friendly environment. Additionally, we have a visiting chaplain and a musician who visits weekly to entertain our music enthusiasts. Our coffee shop serves as a delightful spot to pause and engage in conversations with friends. This setting encourages you to pursue your interests, whether independently or with others, to continue learning and exploring new endeavors, and to immerse yourself in the vibrant life of Glen Osmond Grove, so you can experience each day on your own terms.

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A special thanks to our contributors

Caroline Egan

DCM Media, agedcare101

Caroline has a wealth of experience writing within the retirement and aged care sector and is a contributing journalist for the and agedcare101 blog and accompanying newsletters.

Ian Horswill


Ian is a journalist, writer and sub-editor for the aged care sector, working at The DCM Group. He writes for The Weekly Source, agedcare101, and the DCM Institute fortnightly newsletter Friday. Ian is in daily contact with CEOs of retirement living, land lease and the aged care operations and makes a new contact every week. He investigates media releases, LinkedIn and Facebook for a good source for ideas for stories.

Lauren Broomham

Retirement and Aged Care Journalist

Lauren is a journalist for, agedcare101 and The Donaldson Sisters. Growing up in a big family in small town communities, she has always had a love for the written word, joining her local library at the age of six months. With over eight years' experience in writing and editing, she is a keen follower of news and current affairs with a nose for a good story.

Jill Donaldson


Jill has been practicing as a clinical physiotherapist for 30 years. For the last 13 years she has worked solely in the Aged Care sector in more than 50 metropolitan and regional facilities. Jill has also toured care facilities in the US and Africa and is a passionate advocate for both the residents in aged care and the staff who care for them. She researches and writes for DCM Media.

Chris Baynes

DCM Media, agedcare101

Chris has been a journalist and publisher in the retirement village and aged care sectors for 11 years. He has visited over 250 retirement villages and 50 aged care facilities both within Australia and internationally. Chris is a regular speaker at industry conferences plus is a frequent radio commentator.

Annie Donaldson

Nurse and Carer

Annie has a long career in both nursing and the media. She has planned and co-ordinated the medical support from both international TV productions and major stadium events. In recent years she has been a primary family carer plus involved in structured carer support.