Wesley Taylor Narrabeen is Wesley Mission’s longest running aged care facility, opening its doors in 1929 as ‘The Outlook’, a home for aged men, and expanding to become the W. G. Taylor Memorial Home in 1935.
Wesley Taylor Narrabeen takes its name from the Rev. William George Taylor, who became Wesley Mission’s first Superintendent in 1884. A passionate social advocate and great Christian leader, Taylor established Wesley Mission’s approach of Christian outreach to those on the margins of society and instilled the commitment to showing God’s love through words and action in all our work.
The recently redeveloped site now boasts a contemporary ageing in place facility sitting alongside an independent living village, offering all seniors a place to call home with the reassurance that they can access help when needed.