Kyabram is a welcoming, inclusive, and progressive community that embraces modern regional living. The town was deemed the most economically resilient regional town in Australia in 2020 by a study conducted by the University of South Australia, the University of Newcastle, and George Mason University – and its strong community spirit is ever-present! It is located 200km north of Melbourne in the Goulburn Valley, with a population of more than 7,300 people. The town is the centre of primary industries including dairying & fruit growing and the renowned Kyabram Fauna Park. With a bustling main street, that includes multiple eateries & coffee shops, 2 large supermarkets, a Kmart, a cinema, 2 pharmacies, a range of boutique stores and the Art gallery. It also has a thriving hospital with a superb range of acute, allied, primary, consulting and community health and ageing services. Those with children are well served with a F-12 Catholic Private and P1-12 Public school and supporting kindergartens and daycare centres. Two high-quality grammar schools are also within 45 minutes drive. It’s also a town with a strong sporting culture which includes the multiple premierships winning Bombers Football club, the Redbacks cricket team, Boomers’ basketball and Kyabram netball association, as well as two well-maintained championship level 18 hole golf courses.

The regional cities of Bendigo and Shepparton are close by, with Echuca a major tourist regional destination only 30 minutes away – all three offer a broad range of amenities, services and experiences including; biking trails, award-winning wineries, museum and art galleries, food, wine and music festivals, farmers markets and the grand Murray River with its extraordinary fishing and boating opportunities.

Kyabram District Health Service provides an integrated range of Acute, Subacute, Residential Aged Care, Community Services and Allied & Primary Health services.  Kyabram District Health Service has been providing services to the community since 1933.