Manoah House opened in 1995 with just five aged care beds, but has gradually expanded over the years and now has 19 high-care residents.
Chief executive Gerard Goiran said Manoah House was the brainchild of the members of the nearby Christian Reformed Church of Gosnells ,who had previously developed a residential village on the same site.
�Manoah Homes, the name under which the whole complex trades under, is a testimony to the perseverance and hard work of the Dutch migrant community in Perth,� Mr Goiran said.
�The construction of the initial units was completed by tradesmen who often donated both materials and labour towards the achievement of their cherished vision.
�It took many hours and much patience to build Manoah and with no bank support available, much fundraising also took place.�