Seasons Eastern Heights is a cosy welcoming community, set amongst colourful parklike gardens offering one and two bedroom self-contained units. Seasons Eastern Heights is our first rental community, where residents can live independently in a community setting, and in-home support and care services are available. Living at Seasons Eastern Heights, you can take advantage of the many shops close by in the heart of Ipswich, enjoy the art gallery and museum, or relax with a good book at the Library.
Seasons Eastern Heights offers a range of amenities. Enjoy great conversation over lunch in the dining room, relax and take in a movie in the cool comfort of the lifestyle precinct, or enjoy a BBQ with family in the entertainment area.
Seasons Eastern Heights, offers a range of activities from craft and knitting to patchwork or gardening, there is something for everyone. It is your choice whether to join in or not, you may prefer to enjoy some quiet down time in your unit, or enjoy a catch up with friends over a coffee.
By the time you come to live with us at Seasons Eastern Heights, we know you’ve earned what we refer to as your “elder” stripes. Which to us means you’ve earned the right to be heard, respected and revered.
At Seasons we believe in equality. That is the state of being equal, especially in status, rights and opportunities. We believe that everyone has the right to have the best possible care and lifestyle as they age and that everyone has the right to choose how they live out their elder years.
We know the decision to move is a big one and that there is a lot to consider. We also know that your family wants the best for you, and to know you will be safe and well cared for.
That’s why everything we do at Seasons is designed to give you choice. When you choose what’s right for you, Seasons will support your choices with our tailored services.
At Seasons, we can give you equality of life.
Move into your own home, in a community designed to give you choice and independence.
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