Serving the Victorian Community Since 1867
Care, compassion and respect have been at the heart of Royal Freemasons since it was founded as a charitable organisation in 1867.
The second aged care provider in Victoria and operating from a site on what was then the outskirts of a recently founded Melbourne, the vision of the organisation was to serve the community, following a philosophy of care that continues to guide them to this day.
The purpose of the Royal Freemasons continues to be to look after older Victorians. This is done in many ways including giving support to older people living in their own homes, and also by providing low and high care residential facililties.
Consistently at the forefront of research and innovation, Royal Freemasons ensures best practice service that promotes choice, independence and dignity throughout the ageing process. Over the years the organisation has grown both in size and stature. It has evolved to meet the changing needs of the community, and today operates a state-wide network of accommodation, services and facilities in retirement living, community care and aged care.