Wishlist Hospital accommodation on the Sunshine Coast

Affordable Hospital Accommodation

Offering a home away from home, our facilities help to reduce the stress of your hospital journey.

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24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Emergency check-in available.

Hospital Accommodation

Wishlist Centre

A new level of hospital accommodation opposite the Sunshine Coast University Hospital to support patients and families.

Wishlist House - walking distance to Sunshine Coast University Hospital

Wishlist House

Perfect for families, this custom-built six-bedroom house is within walking distance to Sunshine Coast University Hospital.

Reed House next to Nambour Hospital

Reed House

Positioned next to Nambour Hospital, this 20-unit complex includes a free shuttle service to and from medical appointments.

Frequently Asked Questions

Staying close?
Wishlist provides affordable accommodation close to the Sunshine Coast University Hospital, Caloundra Hospital and Nambour Hospital.

Who can stay?
Wishlist accommodation is available for all patients, families and carers who need to stay close to a hospital on the Sunshine Coast.

Traveling to the Sunshine Coast?
You could reduce your accommodation costs. Patients travelling to the Sunshine Coast for medical treatment may be eligible for the Patient Travel Subsidy Scheme (PTSS) which can reduce the cost of your stay. Please see the Queensland Government website www.qld.gov.au to find more information.

What is the cost?
Single room $70 per night*
Twin share $90 per night*
Kids (all ages) stay free
*Eligible PTSS patients may receive a $70 rebate.

How can I contact you for more information?
Email us at stay@wishlist.org.au or phone 1300 009 474.

Information For Social Workers & Clinicians How to refer a patient

  1. Please call 1300 009 474.
  2. Download the Wishlist Accommodation Clinician Referral Form and complete this form in full. 
    Please make note of any special requirements in the comments section.

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