Cobram Regional Care operate 30 one-bedroom units, 16 of which are located at Grahame Murray Court, and 14 in Clive Puls Court, Cobram. Both these Courts run alongside the Cobram Regional Care residential facility and are in easy walking distance of the facility. The units are furnished with curtains, floor coverings, stove and a reverse-cycle air conditioner.
The organisation also operates 12 two-bedroom units situated at “Rotary Park” in Campbell Road. These units are architecturally designed, with lock-up garage and separate laundry. Units are furnished with curtains, floor coverings, stove, reverse-cycle air conditioning, and are warmed by slab heating. All Units are fully insulated.
Cobram Regional Care holds responsibility for the Maintenance of all Unit buildings, mowing of surrounding lawns and edges, and clearing of gutters and spouting, as well as the payment of Moira Shire Rates and Sewerage Charges, as well as Insurance of the building, curtains and carpets.
Fees and Charges
There are a variety of different fee structures ranging from monthly Rental to Lifetime Lease. Please make an appointment with our Operatoins Coordinator for more information.
Residents are required to cover the cost of their own electricity, telephone, water usage and any applicable Personal Contents Insurance. Unit’s residents are responsible for the upkeep of their own private garden areas, and general tidiness of their unit.
Residents are required to report any maintenance concerns to the reception desk at Cobram Regional Care. For those residents who enter into a lifetime lease agreement, a monthly maintenance charge is also payable.
Both rent and maintenance fees are reviewed each year in line with the annual CPI index.
Consumer Affairs Victoria
Consumer Affairs Victoria is a business unit of the Department of Justice & Regulation, within the Victorian government.
CAV are Victoria’s consumer affairs regulator. Their purpose is to help Victorians be responsible and informed businesses and consumers.
- To review and advise the state government on consumer legislation and industry codes.
- To advise and educate consumers, tenants, businesses and landlords on their rights,
- responsibilities and changes to the law
- To register and license businesses and occupations
- To conciliate disputes between consumers and traders, and tenants and landlords
- To enforce and ensure compliance with consumer laws.
Housing for the Aged Action Group (HAAG)
This independent, government-funded group supports older people with accommodation matters.
HAAG’s retirement housing information worker helps vulnerable and disadvantaged people in retirement accommodation, especially those who are confused, intimidated or fearful about their living circumstances.
The worker can help people:
- understand relevant laws and contracts, but cannot provide legal advice
- complete Consumer Affairs Victoria forms
- represent themselves at VCAT.
You can contact HAAG by:
Phone: 1300 765 178
Residents of Retirement Villages Victoria (RRVV)
This association represents the interests of retirement village residents.
RRVV helps retirement village residents by:
- providing information and support
- collecting and collating information about issues affecting them
- contributing to policy debate and advocating on their behalf.
You can contact the association by:
Phone: 03 9015 8402