Barrabill House


Seymour Health provides high-level residential aged care at Barrabill House.

Visiting Hours

Our Residential Aged Care facility has unrestricted visiting hours.  A courtesy telephone call is requested if visiting outside normal sociable hours.  Phone 5793 6170.

History of Barrabill House

The official opening of the Hospital Nursing Home Extension took place on 17 February 1980, by Dr G. Travaks, Chairman, Health Commission of Victoria. At this time, the home was renamed "Barrabill House". "Barrabill" is a local Aboriginal word meaning 'a river flows nearby'.

In 1987/1988, the Health Department approved funding for a ten bed extension. The official opening of this extension was performed by Sir Edward (Weary) Dunlop on 28th September 1990. A commemorative plaque is located on the northern wall.

The current facility was officially opened by The Hon. Fran Bailey and Minister Gavin Jennings in September 2006.