Aged Care Service lists for download

From this page you may download files, in Microsoft Excel and PDF formats, of information on aged care services subsidised by the Australian Government under the Aged Care Act 1997,

Page last updated: 18 February 2014


  • residential aged care services (aged care homes);
  • services that provide Community Aged Care Packages;
  • services that provide Extended Aged Care at Home and Extended Aged Care at Home - Dementia packages;
  • Transition Care services;
  • Innovative Pool services;
  • Multi-Purpose Services providing aged care; and
  • services funded under the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Aged Care Flexible Aged Care Program.
The files are current as at 30 June 2013 and are updated annually. Any inquiries related to the Aged Care Service lists should be emailed to Aged Care Data

Service Lists

Each downloadable file contains:
  • the name and town/suburb of each service;
  • the types of care provided:
    • Residential low-level care, residential high-level care,
    • Community Aged Care Packages - (Archived),
    • Extended Aged Care at Home Packages - (Archived),
    • Extended Aged Care at Home - Dementia Packages - (Archived),
    • Multi-Purpose Services - (Archived),
    • Transition Care; or
    • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flexible aged care - (Archived).
  • the number of places in operation for each type of care at 30 June 2013;
  • the name of the approved provider of the service in which the service is based;
  • the Aged Care Planning Region of the service;
  • the remoteness classification of the service according to the Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS), Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2011;
  • The organisation type, ie: not for profit, for profit, local government or state government; and
Note that some community care services are delivered in a differing region or state from that in which they are based and that some Multi-Purpose Services serve more than one location.

These spreadsheets generally list places according to the location in which the service is based, rather than the region in which the service is delivered. Consequently, regional totals derived from these spreadsheets may differ from data published elsewhere in which places operated by cross-regional services have been divided between the regions in which the services are delivered.

If you would like to find the address and contact details of aged care services in your locality, please visit the My Aged Care website.

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Files for download

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Whole of Australia:


Previous years files for download

"The Department of Social Services has made every effort to ensure that the Microsoft Excel version of the Aged Care Summary Data and Service lists meet accessibility requirements. If you are experiencing difficulty accessing the information contained within this document, please contact Aged Care Data by email to arrange for an alternative format to be provided to you."
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