Mater Hill Place

Mater Hill Place provides a comfortable, welcoming and convenient place for patients, carers, family and friends of patients to stay. It's a self-rated 3 star motel with 19 rooms, located over three floors. All units are self-contained and air-conditioned with an ensuite and a small kitchenette comprising a kettle, toaster, electric fry pan, microwave and small fridge. All linen is provided and rooms are serviced. There is a guest laundry and ironing facilities.

Limited off-street parking is available, with further paid parking close by. The motel is within walking distance to all Mater hospitals. All funds are used to support patient care and medical research at Mater.


3 Allen Street (off Vulture Street)
South Brisbane, Queensland, 4101


Reservations: 07 1800 787 743
Call us on 07 3163 3800

Reg Leonard House

Reg Leonard House is a block of 17 self-contained units providing comfortable accommodation for regional patients, carers and their families attending Mater hospitals at South Brisbane. The units are just a few minutes’ walk to Mater hospitals.

Each air-conditioned unit has a small kitchen, living area, bedroom and bathroom, as well as a television. All linen and kitchen facilities are included.

Limited parking is available on site.

All funds are used to support patient care and medical research at Mater.


24 Clarence Street
South Brisbane, Queensland, 4010


Call us on 07 3163 8477
Fax us on 07 3163 1670


There are two cafés located within Mater Hospital Brisbane that provide a wide range of snacks, meals and hot and cold beverages for patients, visitors and staff. 

McAuley’s Café is located on Level 2 of the hospital in close proximity to the entrance. It’s a convenient café offering light meals, coffee and snacks. Café on 3 is situated on Level 3 and it provides a broad range of hot meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Opening hours

McAuley’s Café

Monday to Friday: 6.30 am to 3 pm
Weekends: Closed

Café on 3

Monday to Friday: 6.30 am to 8 pm
Weekends: Closed

Chapel and Pastoral Care Services

Supporting you through your journey

A chapel is located near the hospital entrance on Level 2 and it’s available for all patients, visitors and staff. The chapel is a sacred space for people to access for their own quiet time and reflection regardless of race, culture, religious differences, gender or status. 

We also have a Pastoral Care Team at the hospital and they offer support for patients across all denominations and faiths, ensuring you are emotionally and spiritually supported while you are in hospital. To get in touch with a Pastoral Care Team member and have them visit you, speak to a member of your health care team or for more information about Pastoral Care read this.

Catholic Mass at Mater

Our Pastoral Care team coordinates Catholic Mass at Mater which is held every day of the week in the Chapel, level 2, Mater Hospital Brisbane. All are welcome to attend.

Mass times
  • Sunday: 8 am
  • Monday to Friday: 12.30 pm
  • Saturday: 6 pm.
  • Tuesday: 11 am
Electronic devices

Patients are encouraged to bring their own personal electronic devices to hospital, whether that’s a mobile phone, tablet or laptop.  From any Wi-Fi enabled device, patients and their family can access a free Wi-Fi service while they are at hospital.

Interpreter Service

Effective communication between patients and staff is important. Interpreter services are available and can be organised by the nurse caring for you.

Mater Pharmacy

There are two Mater Pharmacy locations, on Level 6 of Mater Private Hospital Brisbane and Level 2 of the Salmon Building. Mater Pharmacy offers script and dispensary services, as well as a wide range of gifts. For hospital inpatients, the pharmacy has an electronic ordering system so required medicines can be dispensed by our pharmacists and delivered to your hospital room.

To ensure your medications are managed safely while in hospital, a Mater Pharmacist is available to review medications that you have been taking at home. Please ensure that you have all your medications with you in their original containers and any current prescriptions. Or, if you take many regular medications, please request a medication list from your local pharmacy and bring this too.

During your stay your specialist doctor may ask you to stop taking your regular medications or prescribe additional medication as part of your treatment plan. For this reason, medications that have been put into a dosette box or Webster pack cannot be used while you are in hospital. New supplies are required to ensure your safety.