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Retirement living in Glen Waverley

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30 Aug 2017

Retirement living is the time to reap the rewards of hard work, and with shopping, food, sports and entertainment at your fingertips, along with a safe and secure retirement community, Glen Waverley is hard to beat when it comes to choosing an ideal location for your retirement.

Campbell Place Retirement Community offers independent living in the heart of Glen Waverley and is perfectly located for an active retirement.

Choose from a range of activities, clubs and parks and indulge at local shopping centres, restaurants and cinemas. Convenient transport links mean it's easy for family to pop in with the grandchildren for a visit.

Campbell Place Retirement Community’s secure, architecturally designed apartments and communal spaces, including an open lounge area with a fireplace, a bar and BBQ area, ensure everyone feels right at home.

Enjoy easy access

Located 20 kilometres south-east of Melbourne’s CBD, Glen Waverley’s public transport network is unparalleled. Trains to the heart of Melbourne run about every eight minutes during peak hours or every 15 minutes at other times. You can be in the city in about 35 minutes. Plus, the suburb has regular bus services, including to Westfield Knox and Chadstone shopping centres.

The Glen is the local shopping centre

Shop local

While city access is easy, Glen Waverley residents also have plenty of shops and restaurants right on their doorsteps. Shopping centre The Glen – home to Victoria’s first suburban David Jones – is a 15-minute walk from Campbell Place Retirement Community. Fancy a night out at the movies? Another local favourite, Century Citywalk, has a Village Cinemas with Gold Class facilities.

Fresh batch of nutella donuts from a local cafe

Explore cuisines

When it comes to dining, Glen Waverley is ahead of the pack. The lively strip of Kingsway is its culinary heart – a strong Asian influence is reflected in the likes of restaurants Wonton House Secret Kitchen, Hong Kong Dim Sum and Dainty Sichuan. In and around Melbourne, few things are more important than coffee – here, locals head to Black Flat Coffee Brewers for their morning brew, amongst a range of great cafes.

Go golfing

With the luxury of time, retirement is the ideal moment to discover a new sport or indulge in a lifelong passion for golf. The Glen Waverley Golf Course is popular with experienced golfers as well as those who are new to the game. The 18-hole suburban golf course shoulders Jells Park, which, with more than nine kilometres of bike paths, linking to the Dandenong Creek Trail and the Scotchmans Creek Trail, is a pretty space to walk, jog or cycle.

Lady pushing child on swing - Campbell Place Retirement Community

Join local clubs

Keeping fit and active at Campbell Place Retirement Community is easy, thanks to an onsite gym. Plus, there are plenty of nearby recreational facilities to enjoy. Take to the water at the Monash Aquatic and Recreation Centre, complete with 25-metre indoor pool, a 50-metre outdoor pool and hydrotherapy pool. Hit one of the six courts at Glen Waverley Tennis Club or enjoy a social afternoon at the Glen Waverley Bowls Club.

 

Interested in retiring in Glen Waverley? Find out more about Campbell Place Retirement Community

Retire in Glen Waverley

Find out more about Campbell Place Retirement Community, in the heart of Glen Waverley.

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