NSW Retirees Choose Seachange

24 Aug, 2012

NSW active over 50’s choose Seachange Village for best lifestyle in Queensland
While NSW retirees Wanda and Steve Fowler knew they wanted to retire on the Gold Coast, it wasn’t until they came across Seachange Village Arundel that they’d found their new home.

The couple, originally from Wollongong, started their search over four years ago and looked at a number of options, however the lifestyle and facilities at Seachange won them over.

“We moved into Seachange in April 2011 and it’s the best thing we’ve ever done, “ says Steve.

“We’re close to everything with a full service shopping centre and tavern just across the road, and hospitals, golf clubs and the beach not far away.

“Everybody we’ve met here is happy and friendly – it’s a great community.”

The Fowlers have quickly taken to the wide range of activities on offer at Seachange Village, with Wanda even teaching a weekly yoga class at the multi-million dollar residents only country club.

The couple are also involved in tennis, snooker, bowls, and even take part in the daily walking club that is frequented by a number of residents.

The Seachange country club has the most extensive selection of social, recreational and educational facilities available in any over 50’s lifestyle resort in Australia. “This has allowed Wanda and myself to change our lifestyle completely. No longer are our days spent maintaining our house, they are spent doing the things we love.” said Steve.

If you would like to come and meet Steve and Wanda and experience the Seachange lifestyle you are invited to the free morning tea in the residents clubhouse on Friday the 7th and 21st September.

The development has won a number of awards including the best Seniors Living Development in the 2011 UDIA , the 2010 HIA-CSR ‘Best in Queensland’ Award for ‘Residential Lifestyle Development’ and the 2010 ‘Greensmart Energy Efficiency’ Award Gold Coast/Northern Rivers.