The Tulich Family

Following successive achievements in New South Wales, The Tulich Family have a track record for developing wonderful retirement communities, with around 30 years experience in seniors living.

In fact Maurice Tulich, who was raised in the Prestons district, along with his wife Thea, brought to life his grandfather’s dream of providing affordable accommodation with a peaceful, warm environment for older residents of the community.

Today, his daughter, Bianca and her partner Nick Carter are proudly fostering the family ethos by setting a new standard in seniors living in Dubbo.

They appreciate and understand that there’s so much to love about living in the Australian country. The peace, freedom, endless beauty of the landscapes, genuine friendliness and caring of the locals; these are just some of the reasons to love the country lifestyle.

They’ve taken these attributes and added closeness to a thriving rural community in Dubbo; together they’ve developed the ingredients for perfect country living – Kintyre Living, Country-Style.

Maurice Tulich

Maurice and the Tulich Family name are synonymous with the development and operations of retirement communities and residential aged care developments in South Western Sydney and regional NSW. Maurice has been actively involved in aged care since 1995 and has served as a State and past National Director of the Retirement Villages Association.

Bianca Tulich

Bianca has 20 years experience in a broad range of administration, financial and management roles and now specialises in the development, management, marketing and operations of retirement village, residential and community care initiatives. Bianca has been actively involved in not for profit organisations Casula Powerhouse Trust and The Odyssey House McGrath Foundation.

COVID -19 Updates

Visitation  &  Access to Kintyre Lodge, Dubbo

Visitation to Kintyre Lodge Dubbo is 7 days per week. Appointments are not necessary.

Kintyre Lodge Management requests visitors continue to wear masks while visiting in the facility.

  • subject to entry criteria and conditions below, resident visitations can occur without notice daily
  • maximum of two (2) visitors at a time per resident – visitors can be any age
  • visits undertaken in resident’s room
  • visits undertaken in designated outside areas
  • strictly NO visits to occur in resident communal areas
  • all visitors MUST NOT visit when unwell or displaying any signs of a cold/flu, respiratory or COVID-19 symptoms.
    • To respond truthfully to COVID-19 screening questions asked by the home’s staff.
    • To treat all staff with respect and courtesy, and to follow their instructions.
    • Contact the home before visiting, to secure a mutually convenient time.
    • To follow visiting requirements including providing evidence of up to date influenza vaccination, infection and prevention control measures such as washing hands, use of visiting windows, remaining in residents’ rooms, or in designated areas and Social Distancing and Hygiene Requirements – as directed by Kintyre Lodge staff

Resident Physical Distancing Requirements

  • Facility to continue emphasis on ensuring social distancing practices and compliant personal hygiene of residents within the facility at all times
  • Resident gathering in communal areas, indoor or outdoor, to be limited to maximum of 20 persons at any one time in each communal area
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