Who we are

Established by the community for the community.

Trusted by the Werribee community for over 40 years, Manor Court is fully accredited by the Australian Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission. Our home located a short walk from Werribee Station, numerous bus stops and the local shopping precinct.

Our qualified team of nurses and carers, including a registered nurse who is onsite 24 hours, pride themselves on providing constant, high-quality clinical care guided by the Aged Care Quality Standards.

Manor Court offers a home-like alternative to residents and inspires a comfortable, kinship atmosphere in which residents can enjoy a fulfilling and rewarding life.

With strong community links, our lifestyle and wellbeing program focuses on the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs of residents and on creating a sense of community and belonging.

Manor Court is a community-owned, not-for-profit entity, meaning any surplus funds are reinvested in the business for the direct benefit of residents and their families.

A message from the board

In the late 1970s, Werribee and the surrounding area was on the cusp of a population boom that would see it grow to the vibrant city we have today. A community spirit and sense of altruism that existed almost four decades ago remains strong even today and is evidenced through the many and varied charitable and fundraising events organised by the local community.

When the Rotary Club of Werribee recognised the need to provide affordable care for the elderly residents of the area in 1974, it was the start of a project that brought together a group of dedicated individuals.

The founding committee of management, originally known as the Elderly People’s Homes Society, was made up of Rotary Club and community members with the sole purpose of creating a facility where some of our most vulnerable people could find a safe caring environment in which to spend their final years.

To the many residents of Manor Court, those with us now and those who live on in our memory, thank you for choosing us as your aged care provider.

The board of directors

Executive management

Ric Ellis

Chief Executive Officer

Alexandra Georgalas

Executive General Manager

Carmelo Santo

Kitchen, Laundry and Services Manager

Our staff

Our staff are caring, supportive and compassionate. They always work to delight and care for our residents.We recognise the wonderful contribution our staff make looking after our residents.

If you are interested in joining the team at Manor Court, explore our current opportunities.

Diversity and inclusion commitment statement

Manor Court is committed to creating an inclusive and diverse organisation and community.  Our commitment is supported by an acknowledgement of, and respect for, diversity in all its forms – ranging from socio-demographic factors to opinion, values and beliefs. 

Manor Court acknowledges that people may experience discrimination and inequality across a range of diverse characteristics including gender, disability, socio-economic status, cultural background, education, sexual orientation, location, age, religion and beliefs. We are committed to ensuring that everyone has equitable access to our services that consider individual circumstances.

In our commitment to equity and creating equal opportunity for all, Manor Court acknowledges population groups who experience greater disadvantage and marginalisation than most. We recognise and respect that communities are not homogenous. We seek to understand sub-groups within communities and ensure we are impartial in our dealings. 

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