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Healthcare Property Trust - Funding Units

The Exchange

The Trust has exchanged Funding Units to Wholesale Units effective 1 March 2019.

Fund facts

Fund facts as at June 2018

Trust Size – Gross Assets


Portfolio occupancy

98.73% leased by area

Distribution Frequency


WALE by Income

11.90 years

No. of Properties


Minimum Initial Investment


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  1. Census of Population and Housing: Australia Revealed, Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2016
  2. Australia’s hospitals 2014–15 at a glance, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, July 2016

Units in the Australian Unity Healthcare Property Trust are issued by Australian Unity Funds Management Limited ABN 60 071 497 115, AFS Licence No. 234454. Effective 27 October 2017, the Offer to invest in the Australian Unity Healthcare Property Trust – Funding Units under the Product Disclosure Statement, dated 6 October 2017, is withdrawn.

* The information on this page is general information only and is not based on the objectives, financial situation or needs of any particular investor. In deciding whether to acquire, hold or dispose of the product, investors must read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS), which will be available shortly, and seek professional financial and taxation advice to consider whether the product is appropriate for them. Investment decisions should not be made upon the basis of its past performance or distribution rate, since each of these can vary. The information here is current at the time of publication only.

The properties shown in the image at the top of the page are owned by the Trust: Robina Private Hospital, Robina, QLD and 103 Victoria Pde, Collingwood, VIC. The image bottom right is an artist’s impression of the Herston Quarter development Herston Specialist Rehabilitation and Ambulatory Care Centre (SRACC), QLD.