Warrah is a not for profit organisation offering quality supports for adults and children with disability in Sydney’s North West. Inspired by the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, Warrah offers flexible and tailored services to support people in the choices they have made for their life journey.

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New Horticulture Therapy Garden Making Progress

New Horticulture Therapy Garden Making Progress

The new horticulture therapy garden funded by the 2019 Tax Appeal is making real progress! The horticulture therapy garden is part of the existing spiral garden near the entrance to our main Harris Road Campus. Our TAFE Certificate in Work Education participants have...

New Warrah Bakery!

New Warrah Bakery!

Regular customers to the Warrah Farm Shop may have noticed our team becoming increasingly enthralled with the idea of the perfect loaf of organic sourdough bread. Over the past 3 years, the Warrah Farm Shop has introduced customers to the delights of some of the...

New Kitchen for Greenway

New Kitchen for Greenway

Warrah is delighted to receive a grant of $25,000 through the NSW Government Community Building Partnership 2020 program. This will be allocated towards the cost of replacing the outdated kitchen at Greenway in Cherrybrook. The project will also include replacing the...

“Jenni has experienced the love, care and devotion of Warrah staff for almost 40 years, and has made life-long friends with her peers. Warrah provides a space where Jenni belongs and where she can be herself.”

 – Marcelle and Ross, parents of Jenni

“Warrah is just the perfect place for us, knowing that our daughter is in a home where she is loved and respected as an individual. Her strengths and talents are nurtured.”

 – Jane, parent of Emily

“Joanne and Lynda were two of the first to be accepted into Warrah and are now lucky to be living in a new purpose built home, called Jacaranda.”

 – Joan and Bob, parents of Joanne and Lynda

“Our brother Kevin has lived and called Warrah home for over 50 years. Our family is very grateful that he enjoys a very happy, caring and fulfilling environment. He is very much a part of the Warrah Community.”

 – Beverley, sister of Kevin

“Warrah provides my daughter with a warm, reliable and happy home.”

– Judy, parent of Karen

“John Paul’s life has been enriched by Warrah and the Steiner principles. The care and love he receives from the staff gives us great reassurance for which we are grateful. This has maximised both his quality of life and his independence.”

– Margaret and John, parents of John Paul