Seachange
Arundel

Central Location Appeals to Residents

18 Jun, 2015

SEACHANGE Village Arundel sets it’s self apart from other over 50’s lifestyle resorts because of the convenience of its central Gold Coast location.

The resort is set amid the shopping and active living options of the fast-growing northern Gold Coast which ensures a relaxed and entertaining lifestyle for its residents.

Seachange homeowner Peter Misak is one resident who knows he made the right decision moving to the resort. “The reason I picked Seachange over the other 24 places we looked at over a two-and-a-half year period, was because of all the surrounding amenities just a short walk away,” Peter said.

Mr Misak, who is semi-retired, went on to buy and run the popular local cafe located in the shopping centre in greater service to the community. The Arundel shopping centre directly across the road includes a tavern, pharmacy and a Coles supermarket. Less than 10 minutes’ drive away there is the Harbour Town Shopping Centre and Westfield Helensvale.

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As well as shopping convenience, Seachange Village Arundel offers easy access to a host of leisure activities including the Gold Coast’s best beaches. It is also a golfer’s paradise located less than five  minutes from the Arundel, Parkwood and Gold Coast golf courses.

It has easy access to transport, including the M1 freeway, Helensvale railway station is five minutes away, plus the bus stop is located directly outside the main gates.

 

Seachange Project Director Phil Goodman said the resort was a shining example of the Seachange philosophy of ensuring that all its developments offered residents a true resort lifestyle.

“A key requirement of any Seachange lifestyle resort is both a central location  and ease of access to surrounding amenities for its residents,” Mr Goodman said.

“This community fully delivers on that expectation with unmatched access to every service and facility that people need to stay active, healthy and engaged and nourish their mind, body and souls.”

As seen in Gold Coast / Tweed Seniors June 2015 and Gold Coast Bulletin Time For Life 18 June 2015.