ALF Herrmann Lodge gave a behind-the-scenes look at its relatively new facility last week as part of a national aged care open day.
It is the first time the Royal Freemasons Benevolent Institution has participated in the event, with many residents taking the opportunity to visit the aged care organisation.
The day is intended as a celebration of aged care services throughout the country, as well as promoting the positive experiences of the people living in facilities.
Alf Herrmann Lodge general manager Judith Dahlenburg said many visitors had been through the door last Friday.
"We're really happy with the response we've had," Mrs Dahlenburg said.
"A lot of the people coming in are here to have a look around and to discuss options that would be available to them.
"They are asking questions about our facility."
Alf Herrmann Lodge is at capacity, but Mrs Dahlenburg said that situation could change.
One of those attending the day was Heather Christie, whose mother lives at the lodge.
"She's doing very well here," she said.
"I think it's a fantastic facility."
Mrs Dahlenburg said there were many people there that were friends of those that may need the care of an aged care facility.
"They are here just getting information and looking into things," she said.
Guests enjoyed morning tea and tours of the facility as part of the day.