Horsley, NSW

Vacancy in the suburb of Horsley, NSW

This Basic SDA vacancy in Horsley is located in a quiet street right around the corner from Dapto Centre. Located just 10-minutes from Wollongong and the All Ages All Abilities playground at Stuart Park.


  • Specialised Disability Accommodation: Basic.
    Single story, flat level interior.
  • Wheelchair friendly with wide pathways and door frames.
  • Supportive railing in communal bathrooms.
  • Double-staffed if two or more residents are home and single-staffed for active nights.

House Features

  • Large open kitchen, living and dining areas.
    Supportive railing in communal bathrooms. 
  • Undercover outdoor entertaining area. 
  • Painting and art studio in the garage.
  • Transport available with an on-site van from The Disability Trust. 

Applicant Considerations


The Horsley property currently has two female and two male residents, aged between 45 and 75. On the weekends, you will find the group exploring the local community, enjoying a picnic or visiting the beach. At home, arts and crafts are always available with the garage recently being converted to a painting and art studio.

This open-plan home is accessible with supportive railing and wide door frames for wheelchairs. Supported 24/7 by staff from The Disability Trust, days are double-staffed if two or more residents are home and single-staffed for active nights.


Support Available

This SIL vacancy in Horsley, NSW is double-staffed if two or more residents are home and single-staff for active nights.

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