Seachange was built on the overarching philosophy of building a first-class active adult community that sought to nourish its residents’ minds, bodies and souls.
We had a goal to create a community where our residents could engage with likeminded people, giving them the platform to foster new friendships and love their lifestyles.
Everyday we strive to realise this vision, with our residents making this community the success it is today.
The community spirit within Seachange is evident, with residents taking every opportunity to get involved. Whether it’s competing in the Masters Championship Golf Day or becoming a regular in the weekly walking group, Seachange residents are embracing the community life.
It was only recently that the residents came together to host more than 300 people for the annual Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea fundraiser, encouraging friends, family and members of the local community to help donate for the fight against cancer.
This year also saw the now annual Seachange Art & Craft Exhibition attended by hundreds of community and local members, with residents proudly displaying their creative sides.
It’s been an action packed few months for Seachange, and I’m looking forward to seeing what our residents come up with next!
Seachange Project Director