About us


The first hostel was established in Roberts Avenue, Horsham, in 1949 and operated at that location until 1978, when a 60-bed hostel was opened in the Sunnyside area of Horsham. Twenty-four independent living units were added to the village over a period of time. In 1997 the federal government introduced the Aged Care Act, which included a standardised building code providing for minimum building standards to be met by 2008. The 60-bed hostel did not meet those standards, and the board of management was placed in the position of having to decide that the only option available was to construct a new facility and demolish the existing facility.

A new 75-bed facility was completed in November 2004 and is called Trinity Manor. A further 42 independent living units were constructed to provide an ageing-in-place facility within a surrounding community of retirees. Works commenced on the independent living units in August 2006, with all work completed in August 2007, including a multi-purpose community centre.


To provide the highest quality care in a homely and Christian environment


To deliver compassionate care in a Christian environment enabling residents to live an enriching life


We are governed by a board of management appointed by the Lutheran Church’s Victorian District Church Council. The board consists of one pastor and at least five other persons. The pastor for Service and Witness Ministry is a consultant to the board from time to time. The board may appoint sub-committees as required for specific purposes from within its membership and outside.


  • Caring and Compassionate
  • Honest and Accountable
  • Respectful
  • Inclusive
  • Supportive
  • Trusting