Archer House follows in the footsteps of their patron saint, St Bernadette. Like her, they strive to have a heart for dignity. St Bernadette had a heart for the ill, the ridiculed and the poor. Her story inspires us through the expressions of humility and honesty. She suffered much through her life but despite her suffering, she remained thankful for all of God’s blessings in her life.
Archer House is named after brothers who farmed sheep and plant in the Upper Burnett. Their wool was shipped from the port of Maryborough in the latter half of the 1800’s. The thistle on the Crest recognises their Scottish heritage.