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Welcome to our village

Cambridge Resthaven

Be treated with dignity and respect in our quality, friendly village and care centres in beautiful Cambridge.

Cambridge Resthaven, celebrating 50 years

Serving the Cambridge community for over 50 years

Built in 1972 by the community, for the community, Cambridge Resthaven was Cambridge’s very first resthome. As Cambridge has grown, we have grown too, with a greater range of choices for retirement living and care, so you can relax knowing there is an option that’s right for you.

You may have noticed we have changed our logo.
The new logo has been designed to reflect the local character, community heart and modernising of our organisation. To find out more about the logo change, please click here.

Cambridge Resthaven is 100% community owned

We are a not for profit Community Trust & proud to be 100% community owned

As a local charitable trust, we have a community ethos to provide exceptional retirement living options and care services to enhance the lives of seniors in our community. We have a retirement village and care centre located in Vogel Street and a care centre in Burns Street.

We conducted a community survey at the end of 2023 to better understand how we are perceived and how we can continue to serve our community effectively. To see the survey results, please click here.

Brand new supported living apartments are coming soon at Apartments on Vogel

Brand new supported living apartments

Come and see for yourself all that Cambridge Resthaven has to offer

Cambridge High School fundraised for a new van for Cambridge Resthaven

Project ResthaVAN

We are fortunate to be part of a community that cares. In 2021 we were thrilled to have Cambridge High School's Extension 4 class take on a fantastic community project 'Project ResthaVAN'. The project was an ambitious one – to raise funds for a $70,000 van for Resthaven residents. The students organised a variety of fundraisers including a bingo night for Resthaven residents and Music and Dance Showcase shows that led up to the final, main event – a Thrifty Fifties Dress Up Day downtown in Cambridge. The campaign was highly successful and the students gifted Cambridge Resthaven an amazing van for residents to enjoy.