Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA)

SDA Registered: PENDING COMPLETION Building Class: New Building Building Type: Apartment Design Category: High Physical Support


Available Bedrooms: 10 x 1 Bedroom, 1 Resident High Physical Support Apartments Total Number of Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom Number of Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom


Wheelchair accessible Accessible Bathroom Wide Doorways Accessible Kitchen Accessible Parking Close to community services Intercom Good lighting


Other Tenants: Apartments are situated within a [insert number] unit private residential development Age of applicants: Open to Adults


Disability Support: YES (24/7) Support Provider: To be appointed

Shared 24/7 concierge support service provided by a SIL provider onsite


An exciting new development in Sydney’s Olympic Park will play host to 10 high quality accessible apartments for people with high physical supports needs. Developed by Mirvac, one of Australia’s most trusted property companies, Pavilions typifies quality and care in every little detail.

A legacy of the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Sydney Olympic Park precinct is one of Australia’s largest urban parklands. The facilities built continue to be used for events, including the Sydney Royal Easter Show, and a number of world-class sporting events, expos, cultural events and concerts due to the accessibility of the venues and the surrounding environment.

Pavilions is also perfectly situated near a network of train and bus services taking you anywhere you need to go, with $24b proposed to connect Sydney Olympic Park with the Sydney Metro West, WestConex and Parramatta Light Rail. There are 33 kms of pedestrian cycle paths which are suitable for wheelchair users linking the precinct to Parramatta, Homebush and Botany Bay.

As part of the 2030 Master Plan, Sydney Olympic Park is expected to be a thriving 24/7 city including 100,000 sqm of speciality retail, dining and nightlife hubs and a revitalised Town Centre. The building includes retail spaces on the frontage and entrance on Australia Avenue including a new supermarket for the convenience of residents.

The Summer Housing apartments are light filled and spacious with state-of-the-art technology to allow ease of access throughout the development and automation of apartments. These considerations add to the luxurious finish creating a prefect home in which to entertain, rest, relax or simply spend quality time. At Pavilions you can bask in endless views through floor-to-ceiling windows, including a sweeping outlook towards the Sydney CBD, Blue Mountains or the new town centre from your very own apartment.

The beautifully presented single-level apartments have been designed to achieve Platinum level certification under Liveable Housing Design Guidelines and meet High Physical Support design requirements under the NDIS. Our apartments feature customisable kitchens, bathrooms and laundries, and wheelchair accessible private outdoor areas. A two-way communications system enables tenants to contact support workers (in an additional on-site apartment) in the event of an emergency or unplanned support need. The apartments also have structural provision for ceiling hoists and are assistive technology ready. Pavilions in Sydney Olympic Park is scheduled to complete in mid 2020.


How much does it cost to live in these apartments?

The SDA funding in your NDIS plan will be paid to Summer Housing. In addition, you must pay a ‘reasonable rent contribution’, which is 25% of your Disability Support Pension, plus 25% of any pension supplement received, plus 100% of any Commonwealth Rent Assistance you receive (or equivalent).

Further information

For more information about these apartments, eligibility requirements and the application process, please contact Kelly Aguirre on 0484 777 225 or at Kelly.Aguirre@summerfoundation.org.au.

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