Opened in October 2013, Pathways Sailors Bay is a 116 bed aged care residence in the historic Sydney suburb of Northbridge. Pathways Sailors Bay offers a level of sophistication and quality not yet seen in aged care, with beautifully detailed interiors from designers TSD, custom artwork by photographer Cole Bennetts and feature gardens by renowned landscape architect Brendan Moar.
In 2014, Pathways Sailors Bay was recognised as the top Aged Care building at the Excellence in Housing Awards by the Master Builders Association of Australia.
Other standout features include a dynamic hotel-style in-room active entertainment system, Euroka Hair and Beauty Salon, on-site café Tram Espresso and a 30 person in-house cinema.
Pathways Sailors Bay is open now and currently accepting residents. For more information please call (02) 9917 7100 or email us here.
Rooms at Pathways Sailors Bay are custom designed and built solely around our residents needs of care, comfort and enjoyment. The interior combines practicality and aesthetics with timeless elegance and local influences.
In addition to our regular rooms, we are also proud to announce Pathways Sailors Bay will feature a limited number of suites. For more information on our suites, please contact us.
All our rooms have been designed with the aid of specialist aged care interior design firm TSD. Led by Trisha Shield, TSD is recognised as one of Australia’s leading aged care interior designers, and have produced an interior scheme that embodies the Pathways Residences values of care, comfort and enjoyment.
Our Key Features Statements below provide further details for each style of room at Pathways Sailors Bay, however please contact us for further information on how we can assist in finding you the right accommodation.
Extra Service Fees apply, currently between $51.21 and $78.72 per day.
Central to the philosophy of Pathways Sailors Bay is a dining experience that is both beautifully presented and nutritionally balanced and where individual dietary requests and cultural preferences are accommodated wherever possible.
Using the finest produce on offer, executive chef Barry Rogers presents restaurant quality menu’s that are constantly changing and freshly prepared every day.
We believe dining is as much about social interaction as the food itself, and we are proud to offer residents access to private dining in the Courtyard Restaurant. Overlooking our main courtyard this private dining room allows family and friends to share in the dining experience.
Pathways Sailors Bay will also see the introduction of special dining experiences.The Sunday Roast Family Function will pay homage to the tradition of the weekly family roast and elegantly served in our main dining room, while our High Tea includes a selection of executive chef Barry Rogers acclaimed range of delicacies.
For a more casual dining experience, Pathways Sailors Bay will also be home to Tram Espresso. Open to the public, Tram Espresso will serve freshly ground coffee and a selection of café style meals 7 days a week.
Pathways Sailors Bay features a unique Lifestyle Program designed to enrich the quality of life of residents through a diverse range of activities. From high tea and happy hours to sing-alongs, group outings and artistic pursuits, the programs are designed to keep both the mind and body healthy and active. Residents also have the opportunity to shape the programs ensuring an all inclusive environment.
Exercise programs include daily outdoor walks, movement to music, relaxation and tai chi sessions while our 30 person in-house cinema provides a venue for movies and live entertainment.
Pathways Sailors Bay is also home to Euroka Beauty & Wellness Spa, offering treatments including from hair cut and colouring, a range of massages, waxing and manicures.
In order to help you with your decision making we suggest you contact our admissions team to arrange a tour of our facility and meet the Executive Manager to discuss care needs and our services.
There are four steps to organising admission:
1. Admission Enquiries
Contact our Admissions Team on (02) 9917 7100 between 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday to arrange an appointment or to ask for any information.
2. Admission Information Pack
During your appointment, an admissions pack including the following information will presented for completion:
3. Assessment by the Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT)
This assessment consultation takes place with your Doctor and with subsequent approval by the Department of Health and Ageing. This assessment along with your pre admission meeting allows us to ascertain the best approach in relation to an individuals care needs. This form is essential before any admission can take place.
4. Return of all relevant forms
All forms are required to be completed and returned to our Admissions Officer prior to admission taking place. For more information please contact us.