The Holbrook Health Service is a 26 bed facility with 10 acute care beds and 16 residential aged care beds. Holbrook Health Service provides a 24 hour Accident and Emergency Department, which is equipped with telehealth cameras to connect the team in Holbrook with specialists through the Critical Care Advisory Service.
A range of community nursing and allied health services are available for residents.
Holbrook is a small town in southern New South Wales on the Hume Highway just 40 minutes north of Albury.
Known both locally and nationally as ‘the Submarine Town’, Holbrook is a popular tourist community with the decommissioned Australian submarine HMAS Otway a regular attraction.
Holbrook has two local schools and easy access to other education options throughout the district, including Albury.
With a population of just under 2,000 residents Holbrook is the centre of a richly diverse rural economy and produces wool, wheat and other grains, lucerne, fat cattle and sheep. The Holbrook district has some of the best grazing land in the state, with numerous cattle studs and primary producers reputedly being leaders in their field.
The wonderful events calendar includes fairs, markets and a triathlon. You can buy the district’s fresh produce and gourmet delights at the Holbrook Community Markets, on the fourth Saturday of the month. The annual Holbrook Agricultural Show in November is a delight for the whole family.
Holbrook is about 1 hour south of Wagga Wagga and 6 hours drive from Sydney.