Princes Court

About us

Princes Court's Vibrant Community Living (in your home or ours)

Mildura Retirement Villages

Princes Court is a Mildura aged care provider, offering a wide range of options including independent living, respite, and residential, dementia and palliative care.

When you join our community and retirement village in Mildura, you can relax knowing that if your needs change, you have priority access to other levels of care.

Princes Court has been part of the Mildura community for more than 60 years and has the experience and expertise to support you and your family when considering aged care in Mildura. We ensure comfort and security for the region’s ageing residents, providing for their physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs. 

Community living


Our community members and their families, staff, and volunteers all contribute to creating our environment, knowing that we are strongest when we work together to meet the needs of the community.

Princes Court has been part of the broader Mildura community for more than 60 years and has the experience and expertise to support you and your family when considering assistance at home, care options, or a retirement village in Mildura.

We want to support you to create a life that is truly yours.

Your abilities and differences are celebrated, and we encourage you to pursue your interests, maintain independence, stay active, and connect with others in ways that make you feel comfortable.

We ensure comfort and security for our community, providing for their physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs. And when you join our Mildura aged care community, you can relax knowing that if your needs change, you have priority access to other levels of care and support.

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The original site was part of the land that was set aside for the old Mildura Base Hospital in 1891 on 2.5 acres of land offered by Mr George Chaffey. The hospital was built on the site fronting Thirteenth street and officially opened in March 1892. 

Princes Court Homes Hostel on land at the back of the hospital was founded in 1957, and the organisation is the oldest provider of residential aged care in Mildura and the surrounding region.

In its early years, the organisation offered secure accommodation and on-site support for 19 elderly citizens who were unable to live in their own homes. Several residential (Brodie, Rogers Units (1957) a dining room and amenities (Priscilla Tunkin Dining)  were erected on land provided  by  the old Mildura Base Hospital. An appointed board of management ran the homes as an affiliate of the old hospital for the first 35 years.

In 1985 through to 1988 the chapel, private dining room and a recreation centre were added.

In 1990, at the suggestion of a resident, the organisation changed its name from Mildura Homes for the Aged to Princes Court Homes.

Further residential buildings AK Harvey, Boronia and Waratah were added in early 1990s.

Princes Court Homes became an independent incorporated, not for profit, community owned organisation in 1992.

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In 1993, Princes Court became the first facility in the region to offer specialised dementia care.

Through the early 1990’s, five units to accommodate eight residents each were constructed in the northern part of the Mildura aged care facility (Nan Harvey, RSL, WJ Caffrey, Johansen and Mansell Units).

With Caffrey Family Unit being built in 1996/7 for 14 rooms for the more advanced residents, the organisation adopted the philosophy of ageing in place in 1999, where a combination of high and low-care streams provides a continuum of care for residents.

Rogers unit (6 residents), one of the first units on the site in 1957 was demolished and rebuilt in 2004. This concluded the northern six units on the northern section of the site.

In 2006, Princes Court began building a retirement village in Mildura for older members of the community who are able to live independently. Princes Court Village, which was completed in 2012, consists of 55 two and three-bedroom units.

The organisation also continued to develop it facilities and care options at Princes Court Homes. Today, it is home to 98 permanent and two respite residents who are supported by more than 150 staff.

work with us

Princes Court seeks to attract and retain talented, passionate individuals who love what they do. We provide staff at our Mildura retirement village with fantastic working conditions and every opportunity to enjoy a good work life balance.

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