Bruce, ACT

Vacancies in the suburb of Bruce, ACT

This SIL vacancy in Bruce ACT is located in a quiet leafy street right around the corner from the AIS and CIT.  Located just ten minutes’ drive from Belconnen Westfield and plenty of walking tracks and public transport outside the front door.


  • Single storey, flat interior with a slightly steep driveway.
  • Residents are supported with 24/7 access to skilled and qualified support staff. Active overnight support available.


House Features


  • The two vacant bedrooms have built-in wardrobes.
  • One communal bathroom with an additional en suite.
  • Open-plan property with spacious living, kitchen and dining rooms.
  • Transport available with an on-site car from The Disability Trust.

Applicant Considerations

Boasting four generously sized bedrooms, this home offers ample space for comfortable living. There are two vacancies, each bedroom equipped with a convenient built-in wardrobe, providing storage solutions for all your belongings. The layout of the house is designed for both functionality and relaxation, featuring two separate lounge rooms, one of which seamlessly connects to an open-plan kitchen. Situated in a tranquil street, the neighbourhood exudes a warm and welcoming atmosphere, with friendly neighbours adding to the sense of community.

The Bruce property currently has one male resident in his 20s. He is out Monday – Friday and likes to spend time with his family, or go out to the shops.

Support Available

This SIL vacancy in Bruce, ACT has active staff support during the day as required and sleepover support staff overnight. 

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