Brighton Health Campus is a significant community of care, poised to evolve, enhance and expand services to deliver excellence in all aspects. Brighton Health Campus holds special value to different people, including:
The Brighton Health Campus has had a long, and varied history since the initial establishment of the Dunwich Benevolent Asylum in the 1800s. In October 2016, the Campus celebrated its 70th Anniversary. This site contains highlights spanning decades, historical photographs and links to further information.
In 2017 Brighton Health Campus commemorated its 70th Anniversary, with historical displays, entertainment and a story-telling session where community members could reminisce and share their personal stories and memories of Brighton Health Campus.
For further historical resources, please refer to the "More..." page.
Pictured: Eventide - Sandgate, August 1965. Queensland State Archives, 1960./ desaturated from the original.
The Brighton Health Campus would like to respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which this Campus resides, and Elders past, present and emerging.
We also recognise those whose ongoing effort to protect and promote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures will leave a lasting legacy for future Elders and leaders.