When you choose to call a Seasons Community ‘home’, you move into a community that is welcoming and relaxed. Our communities are places of friendship and fun where you can carve out the aged care lifestyle of your choice.
Every Seasons Community has its own ‘personality’. This is a reflection of its locality and the residents that call that community home.
Some Seasons Communities are homely and village-like where others are more resort-style. Some have full activity schedules and something going on all the time where others are more laid back.
All Seasons Communities provide you with the opportunity to live life as you choose, with dignity and respect. When you need assistance it can be organised so you can get the most from your days.
All Seasons communities are set in beautiful gardens with level walking tracks, outdoor BBQs and entertainment areas. There are quiet corners to sit, relax and enjoy.
Some have raised veggie gardens and some even have chickens.
Private medical consultation rooms are made available within the leisure centre, free to visiting doctors. You can see your doctor in the privacy of your home or in these rooms: it’s your choice.
Some Seasons communities have gardening clubs and walking groups. Participation is your choice: you will always be welcome.
Keen on activities that aren’t listed? Make a suggestion: we’re always eager to try new things.
All Seasons communities are serviced by a chauffeur-driven mini-bus for shopping trips and day excursions.
While Seasons communities may differ from location to location, one thing we’ve noticed is a constant: our elders’ zest for socialising.
Live entertainers regularly visit and perform.
There are concerts, themed dinners and regular celebrations. There’s plenty to celebrate at Seasons!
Why not come along to our next event at your local Seasons to see what life is like? Contact the Seasons team to find out what’s on at your local Seasons community.
Nutrition is essential to staying healthy and living life to the full. At Seasons, we employ an experienced hospitality team at each community to prepare nutritionally balanced meals for you.
Share pleasant daily dining experiences in the comfortable and social atmosphere of your community dining room or restaurant.
Friends and family are welcome to join you for lunch at the Seasons restaurant or café.
If you prefer to cook for yourself, your kitchen is fully-appointed. At Seasons, it’s all about your choice.
Move into your own home, in a community designed to give you choice and independence.
We provide services & support so you can take care of yourself for as long as you can.
We hope that one of the locations is a close match to your lifestyle needs. If you still have a query or would like to explore one of the locations in person, please book a time below.
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