Golden Grove

209 The Golden Way, Golden Grove SA 5125

Our newest care home, Golden Grove is a modern three-storey home with state-of-the-art features and comforts.

If you’re interested in moving in to our home in Golden Grove please complete a Residential Care Expression of Interest Form.

Golden Grove residential care home opened in May 2019 and is located in the heart of Golden Grove, opposite The Grove Shopping Centre and is close to local healthcare services.

Feel at home and enjoy natural light, warm fireplaces and weekly happy hour.

The home has many beautiful spaces that are great for relaxing or catching up with friends and family.

Property features

  • Café including an undercover, heated outdoor alfresco area
  • Lounge and sitting areas with televisions, fireplaces and card tables
  • Gift Shop
  • Library
  • Theatrette where movies are regularly shown. This space can be booked for a film night with friends and family
  • A bar and sitting area with weekly happy hour
  • Internet lounge
  • Chapel
  • Resident laundry for those who prefer to wash their own clothes

All residents at Golden Grove residential care home enjoy single rooms with private ensuite overlooking the gardens, Adelaide Hills or local sporting grounds.

Residents enjoy a unique lifestyle experience, Elevate Club Services. Included in the program are delicious dining and hospitality options, technology and entertainment including a digital entertainment system in each bedroom and access to a family overnight stay room onsite.

There is an Allied Health Hub providing a flexible, comfortable space for assessment and therapy. Services offered in the Hub include exercise physiology, physiotherapy, nursing, occupational therapy, podiatry, nutrition, social support groups, social work and speech pathology.

Floorplans and pricing

Take a virtual tour

In my heart, I still feel Italian, but my loyalty is to Australia first, this is my home. Thank God I was able to find a place here in Whyalla. My daughter visits and calls me every day, and I enjoy the activities.


Resident, Helping Hand Copperhouse Court Whyalla

Advice about Residential Care

Yes. We can arrange tours of our homes by appointment. Entry restrictions may apply depending on current government regulations, and current vaccination requirements are in place. Please call us on 1300 653 600 or click here to arrange a tour.

You can also take a virtual tour of our homes any time on our website, see residential locations page, tours are listed on each care home’s page.

All residents at our residential aged care homes have access to the following services and assistance:

  • Staff onsite at all times to assist where needed, including in emergencies
  • Assistance with daily living activities including, showering, dressing and help to move about
  • Assistance with medications
  • Meals and refreshments, including catering for special dietary needs
  • Laundry and housekeeping services
  • Building and grounds upkeep and maintenance
  • Social and lifestyle activities program
  • Basic furnishings including curtains, chairs, beds, bed linen, bath towels, soap and toilet paper are also included, and residents are encouraged to bring items of furniture or personal possessions with them to personalise their home.

In-home care allows you to continue living independently at home. You can tailor the care you receive to meet your needs, and support is offered on a sliding scale from basic to high care needs.

Residential care is there for people who are no longer able to live independently at home, either due to physical frailty or the need for increased support due to conditions such as dementia. Support and care is provided 24/7, including meals, assistance with daily living activities, and lifestyle and activity programs.

The Australian Government developed the Charter of Aged Care Rights in July 2019, which you can download here in several languages. It gives information about your rights as a user of aged care services in Australia.

If you would like more detailed information about your rights as an older person, the Legal Services Commission, in partnership with the Office for the Ageing, has developed a guide called Knowing to Know.

The cost of residential aged care varies from person to person, depending on which home you are moving into, and your own personal financial situation. The Government may contribute toward your care costs, and you may be asked to contribute towards them too if you can afford it. My Aged Care provides an overview of the costs involved on their website, and we also have an overview on our website, and publish our fees for our homes on each of our residential care home pages.

To work at Helping Hand, you need to be eligible to live and work in Australia. You will need a current national police clearance certificate, or we can help you get one. Many of our roles require specific qualifications, make sure you read the Job Description carefully to see what qualifications are needed. Here are some of the common ones:

Care Worker (residential or community)
Certificate III in Individual Support or equivalent qualification/experience
Community care workers must have a full South Australian driver’s licence and a safe, reliable and registered car

Home Support Worker
Current first aid certificate
Current full South Australian driver’s licence
Safe, reliable and registered car

Enrolled Nurse
A Diploma of Nursing
Current Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency registration
Previous aged care industry experience

Registered Nurse
A Bachelor of Nursing (or equivalent)
Current Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency registration
Minimum 12 months working experience