Units built after Fundraising


From humble beginnings as a small organisation to look after Circular Head’s elderly, Emmerton Park has grown to become one of the most successful community based organisations in Tasmania. It all started in 1964 when local businessman, Harry Emmerton bequeathed 14,000 pounds to Smithton Hospital for the purchase of equipment. The Hospital Board led by Arthur Ambrose proposed the money be used to establish housing for the elderly of the district.

Since then, local donations and fundraising efforts have enabled Emmerton Park to provide quality aged care services to the people of Circular Head, including the construction of the new Residential Aged Care facility for which the Community raised over $900,000.

The need for aged care services continues to grow with many families looking to Emmerton Park for the provision of aged care and retirement village services. Emmerton Park is ready to respond to these needs and invites people who understand the importance of well managed aged care facilities and services to support our donations and bequests program.


Emmerton Park acknowledges, and is appreciative of, donations received towards the purchase of equipment, furniture and facilities that assist us in providing optimal care and services to our care recipients and safer working environment for our staff and volunteers. This financial year, Emmerton Park has received donations or bequests from the following:

Our Chief Executive Officer is pleased to discuss any financial assistance that you can provide to the Home. Contact on (03)64-529400 or admin@emmertonpark.com.au.


Emmerton Park welcomes your support with a Bequest gift.
Your Will is a legal document that allows you to formalise who will receive your assets and possessions. In addition to your loved ones, your Will can also be the perfect opportunity to make a Bequest gift that makes a difference to the ageing citizens of Circular Head who will turn to Emmerton Park for their aged care and retirement services.
Your Bequest allows you to share the vision of Harry Emmerton and Arthur Ambrose to provide for the citizens of Circular Head so they can enjoy life and live with dignity, respect and peace within the Community they pioneered and helped build.

Local Service Clubs

Local service clubs and Community groups provide a valuable service to the Circular Head community and its people. These organisations have contributed generously to Emmerton Park over many years, both financially and by performing volunteer work. Their contribution has assisted Emmerton Park to become the viable and prominent aged care provider that it is today and is greatly appreciated.

Circular Head Council

Emmerton Park is privileged to have a cooperative and mutually beneficial relationship with our local Council. The Council has generously contributed towards capital works programs and by enabling Emmerton Park to strategically acquire property within the Community that supports our current and future services.