We are Eternus

Setting a new standard in accessible living

Enduring lifestyles

We create living spaces where people can thrive and live life on their own terms, with stability and confidence that it will meet their needs for the long-term.

A stylish bathroom with a white sink, stainless steel faucet, and tiled backsplash. A round towel ring with a white hand towel is mounted on the white door, which is partially open. A succulent plant and soap dispenser are on the counter near the mirror. A bed and lamp are reflected in the mirror.

Merging function and style

We’re creating new options where accessibility coexists with style, incorporating premium design, features and quality, and a tailored approach to diverse needs.

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Community leadership

We have an important role to create new capacity and better-quality in the market. We are bringing better homes to the places people want to live.

Our story so far

Since 2018 we’ve been gathering the essential components to realise our vision.

With increasing demand for National Disability Insurance Scheme housing support and an aging population, we recognise that we have an important role to play creating better quality options for accessible living. We believe in more choice, better quality homes and independent lifestyles for people with diverse needs, and our approach is honed for that objective.

We understand that people want an enduring relationship with the place they live, with stability and confidence that it will meet their needs for the long-term. We share the long view and have developed a unique management model that prioritises long-term value.

Together with our trusted partners, we’ve supported a portfolio of high-quality projects, providing services and gaining valuable insights to inform our strategy.

Through our experience, we identified the key components for effective management and compiled a comprehensive suite of capabilities that engage us at every point of the property lifecycle. We’ve also gained important insights in the design, quality and features of exceptional homes, close to amenities and the services people need.

Our strategy gives us direct and enduring interest in our properties, underpinned by our unique service model that is ready to scale, and an experienced team motivated for positive impact in the community.

Our experienced leadership team

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Nikki Keith
Chief People Officer
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Andrew Cooke
Chief Risk Officer
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Dan Crane
Chief Technology Officer
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Dan Krause
Head of Eternus Property
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Nicole Glazebrook
Strategic Advisor