30 April 2018   

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Stockland’s Birtinya Retirement Village gave Sunshine Coast seniors a special treat on Thursday, 19 April, with a free private movie screening at Maroochydore Event Cinema.

About 150 seniors enjoyed free popcorn, coffee and tea and a special morning screening of The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Society, a British historical drama set in the aftermath of World War II.


Pauline Barton, Regional Development Manager for Retirement Living at Stockland, said the movie event provided an entertaining day out for local seniors and included the screening of a flythrough of the new Birtinya Retirement Village.


“We’re experiencing a lot of interest in the Birtinya Retirement Village as construction nears completion and we were able to provide information to moviegoers about the exciting lifestyle opportunities that will be available to future residents,” Ms Barton said.


“Our modern village is in an exceptional location overlooking Lake Kawana, close to the future Birtinya Town Centre and within the Sunshine Coast Health Precinct, which includes the new Sunshine Coast University Hospital and allied health facilities plus numerous cafes.”


The Birtinya Retirement Village is Stockland’s first new vertical retirement village, designed for people wanting to enjoy an active and vibrant community within one of Australia’s healthiest neighbourhoods.


At the heart of the new village will be a two storey clubhouse with a focus on health, wellbeing and lifestyle. The integrated resident facility will feature a gymnasium, wellness centre, outdoor pool and have a dedicated allied health professional.

To find out more about Birtinya Retirement Village, call 1800 72 71 70.