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    Cancer Council accommodation in Adelaide

    Thanks to the generous support of South Australians, especially our fundraisers in regional areas, Cancer Council provides a warm and welcoming environment to guests who need to travel to Adelaide for treatment.

    Travelling far from home can place further stress on people affected by cancer. Our Lodges provide a friendly place to stay, with transport to some treatment centres and support services, to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

    Cancer Council accommodation

    Cancer Council SA has two accommodation facilities in Adelaide for country people affected by cancer and their carers.

    • Cancer Council Lodge—Flinders is located at 27 Dequetteville Terrace, Kent Town and has 66 rooms.
    • Cancer Council Lodge—Greenhill is located at 204 Greenhill Road, Eastwood and has 55 rooms.  

    Priority is given to people undergoing cancer treatment but guests with other medical appointments are welcome to stay.

    Personal or nursing care is not provided so guests who are unwell need to be able to look after themselves or be accompanied by a carer. Cancer Council SA strongly recommends you have a carer with you during your treatment.

    Both facilities are smoke-free to maintain a healthy environment.

    What does it cost?

    Rates per night :

    • Guest with cancer  (1st person) $40.00
    • Carer (2nd person) $40.00
    • Extra person in family room $10.00
    • Different rates apply for interstate, other medical guests and Health Care Card holders. Please contact reception on 13 11 20.

    Financial assistance through PATS

    If you need to come to Adelaide for cancer treatment and live 100 km or more from the city, you may be eligible for assistance through the Patient Assisted Transport Scheme (PATS) towards the cost of your travel and accommodation.

    PATS is a subsidy program funded by The Government of South Australia to assist people travelling more than 100 km each way to receive approved medical services.

    Talk to your doctor or health service about PATS to see if you are eligible for help to cover the cost of travel and accommodation.

    If eligible for PATS cover Cancer Council will invoice PATS directly for the cost of your accommodation so you may not have any additional accommodation costs other than telephone charges, confectionary items purchased from reception and meals from the dining room.

    Our Lodges

    Cancer Council Lodge—Flinders

    Cancer Council Lodge—Flinders is a 66-room lodge, overlooking the parklands, just minutes from the centre of Adelaide and close to city hospitals and city and suburban shopping. As an accommodation service for people coming from regional areas, we pride ourselves on creating a warm and friendly environment. 


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    fax: 08 8291 4499

    Address: 27 Dequetteville Terrace. Kent Town SA 5067

    Office hours are 7 am to 8:30 pm Monday to Sunday.

    Rooms are available from 2 pm and guests are asked to check-in during reception hours unless transport arrival times prevent this. Please advise reception if you are arriving outside these hours. Check-out time is 10 am.

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    Cancer Council Lodge— Greenhill

    Greenhill Lodge is a 55-room lodge. Just minutes away from the centre of Adelaide it is close to the parklands, city hospitals and city and suburban shopping. Guests receive a warm and friendly welcome and feel at home from the time they arrive.


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    fax:  08 8291 4299

    Address: 204 Greenhill Road, Eastwood SA 5063

    Office hours are 7 am to 8 pm Monday to Friday, 8 am to 12 pm on weekends. All calls outside of these hours will be diverted to the Cancer Council Lodge - Flinders. 

    Rooms are available from 2 pm and guests are asked to check-in during reception hours unless transport arrival times prevent this. Please advise reception if you are arriving outside these hours. Check-out time is 10 am.

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    Cancer Council Lodge facilities:

    • ensuite bathroom
    • refrigerator
    • tea and coffee making facilities
    • telephone, Foxtel and reverse cycle air-conditioning
    • limited disabled access, please enquire at reception prior to booking
    • free Wifi
    • free off-street parking
    • licensed restaurant
    • communal kitchen/dining and recreational areas
    • barbecues
    • library with internet access
    • free laundry facilities (guests to provide their own laundry powder)
    • weekly room service (towels and linen provided)
    • after hours night porter available from 9.00 pm to 7.00 am.
    • weekly morning tea


    Meals and dining

    At Cancer Council Lodge—Flinders and Cancer Council Lodge—Greenhill evening meals are provided at an affordable price, Monday to Friday between the hours of 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm. You can choose from a seasonal menu and a variety of beverages are available.

    Special meals can be provided when a patient is unable to eat what is on the menu, with prior notice to the cook.

    If you would prefer to prepare your own meals in your own time, a kitchen is available at both facilities for use by guests at any time during the day or night. The kitchen is equipped with an electric wall oven and griller,
    refrigerator, microwave, toaster, kettle and all the kitchen utensils you should need.

    On-site support and services

    Social worker support

    Cancer Council SA provides support for guests and carers during their stay at our accommodation facilities. Social workers are available to discuss practical issues, provide information about services or just to talk about some of the emotions a cancer experience can bring.

    Social workers are covered by the Australian Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics and are required to meet the criteria Code of Conduct. Click here  to view a copy of the Code of Conduct.

    Enquire at reception to make an appointment or call Cancer Council 13 11 20 to talk to a nurse.

    Volunteer transport

    • Free transport to some cancer treatment centres may be available. Please enquire at Reception if you would like to know more about this service. 
    • Our friendly volunteers provide transport to shopping facilities.

    Country Cancer Support website

    Offers information about support available for people affected by cancer living in regional areas. Click here for more informaiton.

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