Anderledy Lodge

Our vision is that Mary MacKillop Place be a place of welcome, encounter and journey.

Hospitality is a core value of Mary MacKillop Place we live this by offering more than just a warm welcome, and a kind, helpful and professional experience during your stay. We are an oasis in the centre of North Sydney, inviting you to share with us our commitment to protecting and caring for the environment and respecting the dignity of all persons.

Opened in November 2021, Anderledy Lodge offers modern and convenient ensuited-rooms for a bed and breakfast style stay. Comprising of 51 rooms over three levels, configured to sleep 1, 2 or up to 4 people.

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We are committed to being of service to you and meeting your needs throughout your stay in our quality accommodation.

We look forward to welcoming corporate groups, parish and friendship groups, family and individuals, to stay with us and enjoy the beauty and serenity of our gardens, take time in our Café and Gift Shop, or make use of local transport for easy access from the airport, to the Sydney CBD, and many of Sydney’s great wonders.

Paying it Forward – Supporting the Mission of the Sisters of Saint Joseph

Mary MacKillop encouraged, “never see a need without trying to do something about it.” Unlike when staying in commercial accommodation, by choosing to stay at Mary MacKillop Place, you are “paying it forward” with your funds contributing directly to the works of the Sisters of Saint Joseph. Some of our works include protecting the heritage site of Mary MacKillop Place, supporting women in Peru, working with indigenous peoples, promoting justice issues, supporting education, offering grief programmes, family care and more. We thank you for being a vital part in sustaining our mission.

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How Anderledy Lodge was named

In 1873 Mary MacKillop travelled to Rome seeking approval for the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph. Here she met Fr Anton Anderledy, an English-speaking Swiss Jesuit. Fr Anderledy supported and advised Mary wisely. In her letters to the Sisters Mary said: “Fr Anderledy has been most untiring in anything he could do for us… I need not say more to give you to understand his kindness and goodness.” (30 June 1873)

We continue to honour this good and kind man, Fr Anton Maria Anderledy sj by naming this new Lodge after him.


Did you know we also have a range of conference, function, and event spaces, click here to learn more.