Blacksmiths, NSW

Vacancy in the suburb of Blacksmiths, NSW

This SIL vacancy is located in the coastal suburb of Blacksmiths, NSW. Home to one of the region’s most popular beaches, this little beachside town is located only minutes from Swansea and a short drive from Charlestown.


  • Specialist Disability Accommodation: High Physical Support.
  • Single storey, flat interior, with vinyl and tiled flooring throughout the property.
  • Purpose-built home with wheelchair-friendly wide pathways and door frames.
  • Supportive railing in main bathrooms.
  • Built-in ceiling hoists.
  • Low benches throughout the property.
  • 24/7 on-site care with property always double staffed.

House Features

  • Five bedrooms, each with a built-in wardrobe.
  • Large open kitchen, living and dining areas.
  • Outdoor, undercover patio area.

Applicant Considerations

This SDA property currently has four female residents, aged 50 to 68. The group love walking along the pristine golden sands at Blacksmiths Beach. When they aren’t enjoying the sea breeze, the ladies are watching a movie, enjoying a BBQ, or attending a social event.
The purpose-built home has wide doorways, safety rails, built-in ceiling hoists and low benches. Located within walking distance from the beach, you can always hear the waves crashing from this open-plan property. Supported 24/7 by staff from The Disability Trust with active night shifts, this property is always double staffed.

Support Available

This SIL vacancy in Blacksmiths, NSW is active staff support during the day as required and sleepover support staff overnight. 

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