Community Facilities

Community Facilities

The Mary Plush Allied Health Centre & Hydrotherapy Pool

Purpose built for an allied health practice, the centre features four treatment rooms, a gym space with rubberised floor and a state of the art hydrotherapy pool.

The allied health facility is tenanted by Countrywide Physiotherapy, services are provided to Barossa Village residents and staff, plus the broader community.

Also consulting from the centre is a psychologist, massage therapist, naturopath and counsellor.

The hydrotherapy pool completed in 2021 was designed in conjunction with disability and allied health specialists. It is kept at a constant, comfortable temperature for users and includes a Changing Places toilet and change room.

The Joy Rice Centre

This is the hub of community lifestyle activities at Barossa Village.

Here, people gather to enjoy social activities, café lunches, movie nights and our community courtyard. Transport helps people to travel from their homes to activities at the centre, if needed.

The centre is available to the community for workshops and meetings. Facilities include a large format screen supported by quality audio, fully equipped kitchen (catering not included) and private toilets.

The Arthur & Gladys Reusch Centre

Located in the main street of Nuriootpa, this centre is home to Barossa Village’s gateway enquiry and information centre and Op-Shop.

The centre also houses the studios of community radio station, BBBFM.

Popular for community group activities and meetings, two large spaces are available that can be opened into one, with two basic kitchens (catering not included) and private toilets.

Facility enquiries and bookings: 08 8562 0300 (option 2) or email bookings@barossavillage.org

COVID-19 Update

In line with Emergency Management (Residential Aged Care Facilities No 49) (COVID-19) Direction 2022 proof of COVID-19 and Influenza vaccines are no longer mandatory to enter the Residency, or other Barossa Village sites (please note: vaccination is still considered best practice in protecting against COVID-19 and Flu).

It is mandatory to wear a suitable mask, to produce a negative RAT (kits are supplied), and be well to enter the Residency.

There are no caps on visitors to the Residency, however, visiting hours are maintained to 10am – 12noon and 1pm – 5pm (outside of these hours to be negotiated). Visiting hours allow residents to have care and services attended to support their dignity.

Thank you for helping us keep our community safe and healthy, we appreciate your support.