29 June 2017   

7min read
Stockland opens state-of-the-art clubhouse at Lightsview retirement village
Stockland officially cut the ribbon to open a new, state-of the-art clubhouse for residents at Lightsview Retirement Village.

Having dealt with a portable building as a clubhouse while the new facility was being the built the residents were excited about their new space. The architecturally-designed clubhouse offers residents a shared space to meet and socialise. The new clubhouse features a large lounge with an open fire, big movie screen, activity and craft rooms to host events and classes, a resident run café area and bar, a gym, a library area, a communal kitchen and a large outdoor terrace with entertainers BBQ.

To celebrate the grand opening of the new facility, John Rau, South Australian Deputy Premier and Mayor Gary Johanson, City of Port Adelaide Enfield Council, joined residents at the village and Stockland’s management team to mark the occasion. 

After the ribbon was officially cut, residents and dignitaries alike enjoyed a light lunch followed by cheese and wine to toast the occasion.

With happy hour now set for every Wednesday there will be many more toasts to come.

For more information about Lightsview, or to join us for happy hour call 1800 72 71 70.

“As we get older, we are all looking to find ways where we can continue to be part of communities.” -John Rau, South Australian Deputy Premier

Watch Mr Rau’s opening speech and ribbon cutting.