Accommodation during cancer treatment
LILIER LODGE was purpose built by Can Assist and the Cancer Council NSW, together with the support of local and regional communities.
Lilier Lodge provides accommodation for people undergoing cancer treatment at nearby facilities including the Riverina Cancer Care Centre, Wagga Wagga Rural Referral Hospital and Calvary Hospital. When vacancies allow, we extend our hospitality to people travelling for other medical appointments.
Lilier Lodge is an accommodation facility that offers comfort and serenity, plus support during a very stressful period. The Lodge also provides a drop-in service for cancer patients who travel daily for their treatment and would like a cup of tea in our lounge while they wait for their transport home.
Our staff are not able to provide personal care assistance. If you do require assistance with any aspects of your daily living then you will need to have a carer stay with you. With that in mind each of our rooms provides accommodation for two guests.
You are most welcome to have family and friends come and visit while you are staying at Lilier Lodge. As well as your room, there are gardens and a lounge that you can utilise for spending time with your visitors. Limited parking is available at the rear of the Lodge for visitors however priority is given to guests.
Lilier Lodge is a self-care facility with twenty double rooms each furnished with an ensuite bathroom, two king single size beds, flat screen TV, small refrigerator, microwave, tea and/or coffee making facilities, and heating and cooling.
Guests have access to a communal lounge room with a guest computer, free Wi-Fi, books, jigsaw puzzles, games, and a TV/DVD player.
There is outdoor space including a Serenity Garden to rest and relax.
All linen is provided and rooms are serviced on a weekly basis.
There is a guest laundry with coin operated washing machines and dryers, clothes lines and ironing facilities.
A continental breakfast is included with the accommodation and guests may also use the communal kitchen and BBQ area to prepare their own meals.
To accommodate families, there is also a private entranced, self-contained one bedroom unit with a queen size bed, sofa bed, bathroom, kitchen, laundry, two flat screen TVs, heating and cooling.
An accessible room is available.
There are cafes, coffee shops, take aways, and restaurants close by, and it is only a short drive to shopping centres including supermarkets.
These rates apply for guests travelling for medical appointments.
Single Room $70.00 per night
Double Room $85.00 per night
Extra people are an added $15.00 each per night.
Guests travelling to Wagga for other reasons (commercial rate):
Single Room $100.00 per night
Double Room $115.00 per night
Extra people are an added $15.00 per night.
1 Bedroom Fully Self-Contained Apartment:
For guests travelling for treatment the tariff is $110.00 per night. This tariff is based on 2 people, extra people are an added $15.00 each per night.
For commercial guests the tariff is $125.00 per night. This tariff is based on 2 people, extra people are an added $15.00 each per night.
If you live 100km or more (one way) from Wagga Wagga and have been referred by your Doctor to Wagga for Specialist treatment, then you may be eligible for financial assistance for accommodation and travel costs.
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Monday – Friday
We look forward to speaking with you, meeting you and supporting you. If you have any questions relating to your stay at Lilier Lodge, please contact our staff during office hours on 02 6925 5240 or email Lilier Lodge.
Bookings can be made and confirmed by:
Find your nearest Can Assist Branch.
CANCER COUNCIL NSW
Western Regional Office
1/37 Tompson Street
Wagga Wagga NSW 2650
T 02 6937 2600
F 02 6921 3680
Cancer Council NSW Accommodations Services
Cancer Council NSW has partnered with AccorHotels to provide discounted room rates in Sydney, Newcastle and other regional centres. The Service is run in conjunction with IPTAAS who can be contacted at 1800 478 227 or .
Keith faced a long drive from Griffith to treatment, but he was able to avoid a 200km daily journey thanks to Lilier Lodge in Wagga Wagga.