We welcome and encourage your visit to our hospital during your family and friends stay. Below is some helpful information and feel free to contact us for more details if needed.

Wolper - For Visitors

Medical Ward / Rehabilitation Service for Older People Visiting Hours

For patients receiving physiotherapy and/or rehabilitation services, visitors are welcome every day from midday to 8:00 pm.

For our palliative care patients only, there is no limit on visiting hours and family members can stay overnight.


Rehabilitation Ward Visiting Hours

Visitors are welcome every day from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Before 3pm, patients are busy with their physiotherapy and hydrotherapy sessions and will spend most of their time away from their rooms.


Free parking is available in the Hospital car park as well as in the surrounding streets.

Public Transport

The Hospital is easily accessible by bus (route 200) and train (Edgecliff and Bondi Junction railway stations).

  • Train to Edgecliff station, with a 10/15 minute walk up Ocean Street and left into Trelawney Street.
  • Bus 200 runs up Ocean St from Edgecliff train station (dropping you at the corner of Trelawney Street).
  • Train to Bondi Junction – Bus 389 will drop you off on the corner of Ocean and Queen Streets with a 5 minute walk to the Hospital.
  • Bus 389 runs from Elizabeth Street in the City to Queen Street. Wolper is a 5 minute walk from here.

All patients at Wolper have a telephone by their bedside.

To contact a patient, please call reception on (02) 9328 6077 and ask for the person you wish to speak to. Our staff will transfer your call.

With their doctor’s approval, patients are able to leave their ward for short periods.
Patients must advise the nurse caring for them before leaving the ward as they will need to sign a leave form.

All patients must be accompanied by an adult family member or friend when leaving the ward.

All patients must vacate their room by 10:00 am. Patients are asked to consider this when planning their transport home. If unable to leave by this time, patients are welcome to wait in our ward lounge. This will allow for incoming patients to be accommodated as soon as possible.

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Whether you need medical care or rehabilitation services, we hope that when you need a place to focus on your health, you’ll come to us – because our focus is always on your health, quality of life and comfort.