Australian Unity's Campbell Place will welcome its first residents in April 2017.
Tony and Bev McMahon and Virginia and Richard Kleine will be among the first residents to move into Australian Unity's new Campbell Place Retirement Community in Glen Waverley in Victoria, in April.
Campbell Place offers a new lifestyle for both couples. Tony and Bev have lived in Glen Waverley for 50 years and didn't want to change suburbs when it was time to downsize.
Fifty-four luxury apartments are located in three premium, low-maintenance buildings, co-located with a modern, secure aged-care residence comprising 102 beds.
Location was vital to Virginia and Richard too. "We need access to public transport, but didn't want to rely on it to get to the chemist or the library," Richard says.
The exclusive facilities at Campbell Place include a library, a meals and entertainment lounge, barbecue areas, hairdressing salon, consulting rooms, a gymnasium and a games room.
Campbell Place has been built on the former site of Wahroonga Aged Care, which had been home to Australian Unity clients since 1962. It is named in honour of Australian Unity's former managing director Murray Campbell, who spent 22 years in the role.
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Find out more about retirement living at Campbell Place in Glen Waverley Victoria.