Yearly Archives: 2015

Active Adult Community Playing Golf

How to Keep Playing Golf Well into Your Senior Years

11 Dec, 2015 / POSTED IN: Seachange Arundel News

In our active adult community, Seachange Arundel, we have a lot of seniors who still play golf. We are within 20 minutes of four golf courses and we have a putting green in the community. One of the main concerns we all have when we get older is how to keep playing the game we love for as long as …

Over 50s Resort Promo: Refer a Friend and Win a Cruise

08 Dec, 2015 / POSTED IN: Seachange Emerald Lakes News

Referring a friend to our over 50s resort may be the easiest way you’ll ever get to take a cruise. 1. Register yourself and a friend online for the ‘Win a $25,000 Kimberley Cruise’ promotion 2. Both yourself and your friend visit one of our over 50s resorts on the Gold Coast. 3. Be in the draw to win. That’s …

Resident Lecture Program with the Ageing Mind Initiative

16 Nov, 2015 / POSTED IN: Seachange Arundel News

Seachange Arundel’s new Resident Lecture Program has proven to be a hit with residents. Our latest lecture saw UQ School of Psychology Professor Dr Nancy Pachana speak about her research on friendship and social support through later life. Held on October 8 at our five-star Country Club, Dr Pachana discussed the importance of physical activity on both mood and health, …

Seachange Residents Tee Off at Charity Golf Day

16 Nov, 2015 / POSTED IN: Seachange Arundel News

Our second annual Seachange Golf Day Challenge has been heralded a ‘hole in one’ with more than 100 residents attending the popular sporting and social event. Residents from both communities had the opportunity to socialise and play with their neighbours, Seachange staff and local business supporters. The Ambrose competition began at 12.30pm with a shotgun start. Teams enjoyed bottle water, juice …

Seachange Residents Tee Off at Charity Golf Day

16 Nov, 2015 / POSTED IN: Seachange Emerald Lakes News

Our second annual Seachange Golf Day Challenge has been heralded a ‘hole in one’ with more than 100 residents attending the popular sporting and social event. Residents from both communities had the opportunity to socialise and play with their neighbours, Seachange staff and local business supporters. The Ambrose competition began at 12.30pm with a shotgun start. Teams enjoyed bottle water, juice …