You’ve heard it said, there’s no place like home. Ever wondered what that would sound like to a single mum or a distressed gentleman who have no place to go? The reality is, for many across South Eastern Sydney, home - a safe place to sleep - simply does not exist. The impacts of domestic violence, homelessness, addiction, unaffordable housing, and family breakdown are driving many in our community to the margins of society.

As our name suggests, we are a platform, a place of transition and compassion where people can stay, recover, belong, and prepare for a new future. 

Our Vision and Culture

Platform Nine is a community of compassion which exists to provide temporary and crisis accommodation for individuals or families who have survived domestic violence or been impacted by homelessness. Through providing emergency accommodation it is our mission to connect, support, and empower people toward longer term housing solutions and independent living. 

Our culture is one that is founded on safety, family, community, and belonging. Everything we do has our clients best interests in mind. This means we are client-centred, non-judgemental, and we don't discriminate based on any race, religion, gender, or sexuality. Platform Nine is a genuinely inclusive accommodation service that meets the needs of everyone who accesses our services. 

Our Impact

Since we opened our doors in 2015, we have housed and assisted 599 women, children and men. This number includes:

  • 49 people in 2015,
  • 60 people in 2016,
  • 166 people in 2017,
  • 324 people in 2018.

Our Crisis Accommodation service has a success rate of over 90% in supporting clients into longer term housing solutions. Kingsway Care is also South Eastern Sydney’s largest provider of adult Temporary and Crisis Housing.  

Our Services

Platform Nine offers temporary and crisis accommodation services catering to stays from 1 night to 3 months. Our services are spread across multiple locations in the South Eastern Sydney region. Our services are suitable for:

  • Women aged 21 years and older
  • Women aged 25 years and older with children
  • Men aged 18 years and older

Your Next Step


Link2Home: 1800 152 152 - Homelessness

DV Line: 180065 64 63 - Domestic Violence 

Apply to stay: To make a referral or apply for accommodation:

  1. If you are self referring please read our Criteria for Accommodation.
  2. If you or your client meet our criteria please complete our online application form and one of our team will get back to you within 48 hours Mon - Fri. 
  3. For more information or assistance with your application please email [email protected] or call 0404 946 390.

Other services: 

  • Police or other Emergency Services - 000
  • Lifeline - 13 11 14
  • Link2home - 1800 152 152 
  • DV Line - 1800 656 463

Get Involved

Donate: Make a one-off donation or set up a recurring gift

Volunteer: If you'd like to volunteer at Platform Nine, please email our team 

Request more information: Simply complete our enquiry form and one of our team will be in touch.


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