Hal Goldstein Campus Hunters Hill
To enquire about our Hal Goldstein Campus at Hunters Hill please contact:
Justine Spies, Residential Group Accommodation Manager
02 8345 9135
Our Hunters Hill Campus is situated within 9 acres of tranquil, leafy gardens rich with bird life. There are multiple dining rooms, and six activity/recreation rooms where residents enjoy regular arts and crafts sessions, pottery, beading and a host of other activities. There is also a therapy kitchen, a sewing room and a card room, as well as a well-stocked library. Buses/people-movers are regularly scheduled to transport residents on group social or shopping outings. The onsite Café Ruben serves light kosher meals and a range of refreshments as well as offering wifi. Alongside the café is a well-stocked boutique, hair salon and computer room. The Cyril Rosenbaum Synagogue at the Home offers Shabbat services every Friday evening, Saturday mornings and on all festivals. Morning services are followed by a Kiddush.
Hunters Hill accommodation comprises of 333 rooms. All are en-suite, furnished with built-in cupboards, wardrobe, small fridge and individually controlled air conditioning:
Hostel - 116 rooms either standard or deluxe, with a small number of double rooms also available.
Nerichow Special Care Unit - 45 classic single rooms.
Monte Gardens - 22 classic rooms in a secure unit catering for residents with early stage dementia.
Ariel & Shirah Nursing Homes - 150 classic rooms spread over 2 levels for the physically dependent or frail aged residents who have higher care needs.
To all the kind staff at Montefiore Home, Hunters Hill
As you would be aware, our beautiful mother, Bella Miniewski, died on 6 July.
She was a resident at Hunters Hill from 20 July 2010, initially in the Hostel section. On 12 October 2014, after fracturing her hip, she required high care and was moved to Ariel. In total, Montefiore Hunters Hill was her home for 6 years.
Bella had always taken pride in the way she appeared. Photos taken straight after the war and early days in Australia show an elegant, confident woman. After moving into Montefiore, she continued to make sure she was dressed and groomed well. This continued right to the end with the help of all the wonderful nurses, physiotherapists, hairdresser and manicurists.
Dina and I and our families thank you, all the wonderful, amazing Montefiore family who assisted at various times in looking after Bella – too many to mention by name. Because of all of you, her last few years were happy. After the trials of the last month, she is now at peace.
We can’t forget to also thank you for looking after us the last couple of weeks when we were at Bella’s bedside for many hours each day. Your kindness and care for us was greatly appreciated.
Thank you all so much for everything. We are forever grateful.
Dina Sofer, Mary Emanuel and families