Timbrebongie House provides a homelike residence for forty seven people. There are 30 hostel rooms, 1 respite room and 16 special care rooms. The special care rooms cater for high care residents and those with challenging behaviours such as wandering.

Timbrebongie House has extensive gardens and courtyards for the residents’ enjoyment. It is located within easy walking distance of a convenience store and is adjacent to the Narromine Hospital. There is a community bus for residents who need to travel to Dubbo.


The original section of 31 rooms was built as a result of a concerted community fund raising effort in the Narromine area. The funds, together with some Government assistance, and a generous donation from Royal Freemasons Benevolent Society saw the facility open its doors to the first residents in January 1990.

Over the ensuing years the need for higher care and a secure dementia wing was identified, and with further fundraising and a generous grant from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs the additional wing containing 16 rooms opened in December 2002.


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