Edgewater Mercy Villas, Western Australia

Comfort and convenience to live your way.

Edgewater Mercy Villas is located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac just a short distance from the crystal waters of Lake Joondalup, fifteen minutes north of Perth.

Strolling through the village, you’ll uncover a unique community of independent friends and neighbours enjoying the perfect balance of peaceful living and peace of mind.

With high quality, adaptive care on-site to accommodate your growing needs, you’re surrounded and supported by a network of health specialists — and all in gorgeous natural surroundings. With every comfort and convenience to live life your way, simply sit back, soak up the lush gardens and lakeside scenery and relax. Or, get active, safe in the knowledge that a friend is never far away and the social schedule is always full of exciting options.



Contact Gregory Newboult
about Edgewater Mercy Villas

Phone: 0448 023 252
Edgewater Mercy Villas
19 Harvest Loop
Edgewater WA 6027

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Available Services

With the Edgewater Mercy Hostel residential aged care home co-located on site, flexible care is available to accommodate your evolving needs, or the specific requirements of a partner or loved one.

Access a range of visiting healthcare specialists in the comfort of your own home and enjoy the assurance of knowing comprehensive care is always close by.

Village Features

Make the most of life at Edgewater Mercy Hostel with:

  • a quiet, private location fostering a community feel within the village
  • shops, restaurants, cafes, parks and gardens all conveniently close by
  • high quality adaptive care services via our co-located Edgewater Mercy Hostel residential aged care home.

Our Village


One bedroom Independent Living Units offer the comfort of your own personal sanctuary within our village environment. Surrounded by well-maintained common gardens, each unit has a rear patio and garden area for a relaxing moment of reflection, or for outdoor lunch or cards with friends. Units feature cosy family and dining areas, with storage areas and a laundry set off from the kitchen. Ensuite bathrooms come as standard.

In the area

Local attractions include:

  • Lake Joondalup and Picnic Cove Park, 1.5km
  • Carramar Golf Club, 8.7km
  • ANZAC House RSL, 5.5km
  • Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre, offering cinemas, restaurants, cafes and shopping, 4.3 km
  • central Perth, 30 minute drive.

Local shopping available at:

  • Joondalup Drive Shops, across the road
  • Coffee Club Joondalup Square, 1.6km
  • Joondalup Drive Medical Centre, 800m


Public Bus 466 and 465 offer frequent services to Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre.


Residents make the most of our village environment and enjoy a range of activities both within and around Edgewater Mercy Villas. From gentle exercise groups and themed dinner parties to frequent coffee club outings, something exciting is always brewing.

Edgewater Mercy Hostel is a cosmopolitan community of well-traveled friends from all walks of life. Residents often simply get together to share a chat over a cup of tea after a recent adventure, with many travelling interstate and overseas to visit friends and relatives.

News and events

Mercy Health seniors celebrate Chinese New Year in style

They may hail from India, Indonesia or even Ireland, but that won’t stop seniors living at Mercy Health’s Edgewater Mercy Villas celebrating Chinese New Year in style next week.

The longest and most important celebration in the Chinese calendar, Chinese New Year – also known as Spring Festival – will start on 8 February, and residents at the popular Independent Living Units will use the opportunity to also celebrate their diverse cultural heritage.

Seniors will kick off the year of the monkey, with a special luncheon on 8 February, with both residents and staff attending in traditional Chinese dress, while also bearing dishes from the most populated country on earth.

Mercy Health WA State Manager, Ms Anita Ghose, said Chinese New Year gave residents and staff an opportunity to celebrate Mercy Health’s cultural diversity, as well as enjoy a banquet of Chinese food.

“Our seniors at Edgewater’s Mercy Villas, along with many of our staff, are really looking forward to celebrating Chinese New Year 2016; it’s a fun and important way for everyone involved to experience aspects of Chinese culture in an inclusive way,” Ms Ghose said.

“Mercy Health’s villas are almost like a small United Nations as we have people from a range of countries, all of whom enjoy being part of our wider Mercy Health community and have incredible respect for each other’s cultures.”

As part of the celebrations, residents will also have the opportunity to learn more about the traditional Chinese horoscope, in particular the opportunities for love, luck and money in 2016.

Mercy Health is a Catholic community not for profit provider of care, founded by the Sisters of Mercy and grounded in a 2000 year history of caring for those in need. The organisation is a national service provider of health and aged care throughout Victoria, Southern New South Wales, Western Australia, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory.

In Western Australia, the organisation cares for over 300 people across six residential homes, with 78 independent living units.

Ask about life at Edgewater Mercy Villas

If you have any questions about life at Edgewater Mercy Villas, the process of preparing for a move or anything else, please get in touch. We’ll find the answers and be in contact with you shortly.

    Contact Gregory Newboult
    about Edgewater Mercy Villas

    Phone: 0448 023 252

    Edgewater Mercy Villas
    19 Harvest Loop
    Edgewater WA 6027

    Get directions

    Last reviewed February 12, 2020.