Seasons Mango Hill residents to make splash

Posted: 5am 21 Apr 2022

Seasons Seniors’ Living at Mango Hill is about to open its state-of-the-art pool for residents and their family members.

The 15m fully accessible outdoor pool is the centrepiece of the third stage of the retirement community with 60 new one, two and three-bedroom apartments available soon.

Sales Consultant Sue Hilton says: “Our current and prospective residents are incredibly excited about the edition of the pool to our community.

“There aren’t many competitors in our area that offer the same type of facility as this and it’s great to hear everyone talking about all the things they want to do from water aerobics classes, swims with their grandchildren to afternoon drinks by the pool.”

One of those residents, Carla Rees says: “Just when you think Seasons Mango Hill can’t get any better, bingo, a pool is built. It is a much-desired addition to our complex. I can’t wait for water aerobics and cocktails poolside.”

Expanding to three stages, Seasons Mango Hill offers a new take on the traditional retirement village model with 24-hour onsite care available, if and when residents might need it.

Any care is delivered in the privacy of each resident’s self-contained apartment with beautiful onsite amenities like the pool, movie cinema and a hair salon.

To find out more about Seasons Mango Hill, head to or phone Sue Hilton 0411 654 026.



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