Stay at the Beach House
The Beach House is the perfect solution for you if you need a little R&R. Located a stone’s throw from the quiet shores of Mangles Bay Beach and close to the Rockingham foreshore shops, you can enjoy a relaxing break away to recharge your batteries, meet some new people and take some time to enjoy your own space.
Why choose the Beach House
Taking time away for yourself is important, so why not do it somewhere with a relaxed, beachy vibe? Located in Rockingham, the Beach House lives up to its name with clean, fresh rooms and open, welcoming shared space for everyone to enjoy.
You can also take advantage of the features:
- Foxtel and home entertainment systems
- Bathroom hoists
- Alfresco dining
- Landscaped gardens
- Trained Disability Support Workers 24/7
- Recreational opportunities
- Vehicle available for guest outings
- Laundry services
- Wheelchair access
- Community activities
A Beach House Success Story
Things to see and do
Penguin Island (4.5km from The Beach House)
Penguin Island is easily one of Rockingham’s crown jewels. This unique island is open from September to June and gives visitors the rare chance of seeing penguins out in the wild. Penguins aren’t all you’ll get to see, with sea lions, pelicans and marine life like dolphins and stingrays enjoying the calm waters and relaxing on the sand.
Mangles Bay Beach (1km from The Beach House)
This strip of beach is a perfect spot to watch the sunset or enjoy a relaxed swim. Mangles Bay was named after Ellen Stirling (nee Mangles), Lieutenant-Governor James Stirling’s wife.
Rockingham Museum (1.7km from The Beach House)
This museum helps you to discover the history of Western Australia with detailed maps and local newspapers. The building itself is part of this history, having been built in 1946, it’s a treat for any art deco lover.
Rockingham War Memorial (1.7km from The Beach House)
The Rockingham War Memorial is commemorates fallen Australian servicemen and women from the Rockingham district. This memorial gives you a glimpse into the past of Rockingham and is ideal for those who wish to enjoy quiet contemplation.
Syren Street (4km from The Beach House)
This street offers alfresco dining and access to Rockingham’s main shopping scene. Grab a bite to eat before you head to the movies right here in one convenient location.
Rockingham Regional Environment Centre (1.2km from The Beach House)
With a veggie patch, crafts activities, farm animals and plenty of educational experiences, the Rockingham Regional Environment Centre is a great way to enjoy an afternoon.
Am I eligible to stay at The Beach House?
The Beach House is perfect for anyone looking to take a break, however there are minimum eligibility for guests:
- Over 18 years old
Upcoming Open House
The Beach House is open for viewings every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 10am – 11am.
We welcome you to come by and meet the team, take a tour around the house and enjoy a tea or coffee with our guests.
Pricing is determined by your funding stream and cost is advised once your eligibility is confirmed.
A fee of $46.00 per night is required to be paid to cover a range of services not included in your funding plan, including:
- Meals and drinks
- Internet access
- Transport vehicles
In addition to this, board and lodging also goes towards the general upkeep of the house, to ensure that your stay with us is as pleasant and comfortable as possible.
For further information please contact:
Phone: (08) 9383 6113
Email: [email protected]
Frequently Asked Questions Guest Houses
Check in and Check out is available from 3-4pm. Alternative arrangements can be made with each house. For more information, please call Accommodation Administration on (08) 9383 5185.
What amenities do you provide in the rooms?
- King-size single ensemble beds or fully adjustable hospital style beds
- Bedside table
- Desk (on request)
- TV point (on request)
- All linen
Each guest has their own room; however, The Beach House (Rockingham) has 2 rooms with 2 individual beds if you are interested in sharing with a friend.
Is there Wi-Fi at the guest houses?
Free Wi-Fi is available at each house for our guests to use. As streaming services are not available, we recommend you download movies and TV shows before coming to stay.
Do I need to bring spending money?
During your stay, there will be a number of activities that are available for you to join in. Some will be free activities, and some may require entry fees, like bowling or rock climbing.
Can my support worker/family stay with me?
Rocky Bay has qualified staff on hand to make sure your stay is fun and comfortable, while also meeting your support needs. Your family/support worker are welcome to pop in to visit.
How will you know what I like and don’t like?
Our staff takes time in getting to know you before your staycation. We want to know everything that makes you you to ensure your holiday is as comfortable as possible. Our staff not only care about what you like and don’t like, they are highly qualified and experienced in support, so you never need to worry.
Can we rent the house as a family for a holiday?
The houses are not open to rent privately by groups, but your family are always welcome to pop in for visits.
How old do I have to be to stay at the guest house?
To holiday at one of our guest houses, you need to be at least 18 years of age.
For the safety of your pet and the other guests in the home, we can’t accept animals in any house.
Can I bring in some additional items to make my bedroom more like home?
Of course! We want to make sure that your stay is as comfortable as possible, so if you would like to bring in additional items we are happy to accommodate you. We recommend that you label your property with your name and record it on your clothing list so that it makes it home with you at the end of your stay.
Should I bring food?
Each guest house caters to specific nutrition requirements and mealtime management plans. Our support workers will cook your meals for you. We even invite you to assist with the planning and cooking, if that’s what interests you!
How much clothing should I pack?
It’s not essential for you to bring much in the way of clothes as we have washing and drying facilities at each guest house. Our support workers will happily launder your clothes for you.
The guest houses have qualified support workers that assist with personal care and medications.
Please note: For your safety, all medications must be supplied in a Webster packed by your pharmacist.
Is there car parking available?
Yes, parking is available at each house, Please check with Accommodation Administration on (08) 9383 5185 for more information.
Can I still go to work or other commitments?
You are welcome to come and go as you please while you holiday in our guest house. If you have a schedule to stick to, like work hours or appointments, we recommend that you organise transport arrangements through family or a support worker.
Are Rocky Bay staff trained to follow Eating/Drinking and Swallowing Plans?
Our staff are all qualified in Eating/Drinking and Swallowing (Meal Time Management), and are happy to prepare your meals for you.
The board and lodging fee is $46.00. It covers a range of services that we offer, including:
- Meals, snacks and drinks
- Internet access
- Transport vehicles
Please note: The nightly amount paid by the Department of Communities covers cost of staffing and administration.
Do I pay board and lodging if I have my meals via a PEG?
If you use a PEG feed and have the full supply of formula with you, your board and lodging fee is reduced to $36.00. If you have a combination of formula and food, the board and lodging fee will be $46.00.
You can cancel your reservation at any time by contacting Accommodation Administration on (08) 9383 5185. We prefer a minimum of 48 hours’ notice of cancellation to allow others to fill the reservation.
Can I make changes to my reservation?
You can request changes to your reservation at any time by contacting Accommodation Administration on (08) 9383 5185. The sooner we know what you prefer, the more likely we are to make it happen.