If you are looking to retire on your own terms or have a loved one in mind, North Lakes Retirement Resort offers the perfect opportunity to be part of a vibrant community through their incredibly appointed serviced apartments.
These apartments give you the freedom of living independently, whilst providing peace of mind knowing there is always a helping hand close by with access to an emergency call system.
Through considered luxuries and your wellbeing in mind, each apartment has been designed with features such as wide hallways, open plan living spaces and boasts a central location within the community.
You also enjoy three freshly made meals daily, and can relax while your weekly cleaning and heavy laundry are looked after.
Enjoying the assistance a Service Apartment provides, enables you to embrace the retirement lifestyle. Take part in the flourishing social calendar on site or make the most of living in the heart of the North Lakes shopping precinct and explore local cafes, specialty stores and much more.
North Lakes Retirement Resort offers the opportunity to participate in a free Trial Stay* in one of their Serviced Apartments, so you can experience life as a resident and determine whether this is the right place to call home.
You may also be eligible to use your government-funded Home Care Package.
To find out more, request a copy of the Serviced Apartment funding support document or you can find a copy on the website.
*Subject to terms and conditions. The free trial stay is only available at selected villages and for a maximum of two weeks. For full terms and conditions relating to the Trial Stay phone 1800 72 71 70.
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