13 December 1957, the first meeting of the Board of the Aged, Sick and Infirm Appeal established by Sister Mary Dorothea Flynn.
On May 14, 1969, the charity was handed over to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia.
On April 13, 1972, the charity was officially named St Basil’s Homes, paying homage to St Basil, who was born in Asia Minor around 329 AD and who built facilitiesto care for the widows, orphans, the sick and poor.
Aegean Apartments open in Dulwich Hill, providing Retirement Living Apartments for older people.
Lourantos Village residential aged care official opening on May 29, 1976.
Sister Dorothea Village opens in Annandale offering 85 beds in residential aged care.
St Basil’s Greek Nursing Home opens in Lakemba.
Commencement of Lakemba Day Centre for single day care of elderly people.
Commencement of St Basil’s Community Programs, which provide support for people to live independently at home.
St Basil’s Nursing Home in Lakemba extended from 60 beds to 110 beds including ‘The Grove’ specialist dementia unit.
St Basil’s Miranda opens, with 101 beds, a day centre, home care services and respite care.
St Basil’s home care services grow to 150 packages.
St Basil’s receives a Capital Grant to upgrade Lakemba Day Centre.
Site purchased in St Paul’s Street, Randwick.
Home care packages grow to 200.
St Nicholas Aged Care in Canberra is transferred to St Basil’s Homes by the parish of St Nicholas.
Commencement of St Basil’s Home Care Packages in the ACT.
Re-branding and the name change to make it easier for people to find us.
All sites named by suburb e.g. St Basil’s Lakemba, St Basil’s Miranda, St Basil’s Randwick etc.
St Basil’s celebrates 60 years of service to the community.
St Basil’s Randwick opens.