Whether you fancy a sea or a tree-change, or want to be close to family and friends, use the map to find where you'd like to spend your retirement.
When we say 'it’s your place', we mean it. It’s what makes living in a Stockland retirement village different. Stockland has over 60 years’ experience in creating communities across Australia. With 65 retirement villages nationally, Stockland offers good quality homes in connected, supportive communities. Residents also have access to the exclusive Benefits Plus program and additional care when it’s needed. Stockland works with you to keep the costs easy to understand so you’re comfortable with every aspect of moving, living and selling your home in a retirement village.
Living in a retirement village means you have more time to expand your interests in a community of like-minded people.
Stockland creates homes that are high quality, low maintenance, and suited to your lifestyle - now and in the future.
Your Benefits Plus
As a resident of a Stockland retirement village you’ll have access to a range of benefits that will make life easier and save money.
Your Peace of Mind
Stockland works with you to keep the financial commitments of buying, living in and reselling your home in a village easy to understand.
If you need assistance or care in the future, Stockland is there to make the transition as smooth and easy as possible.
Over 12,000 residents call a Stockland retirement village their home. They value the opportunity to participate in activities, share their experiences in a community environment and still maintain their independence. And, they also can enjoy the freedom that retirement provides without the hassle of home maintenance.
Reserve your new home with Stockland and settle before 22nd June 2018 and receive $10,000 to spend as you please.
Call 1800 72 71 70 for more information and the full terms and conditions or fill in the enquire form to find out more.
“We really wanted to be able to enjoy our lives together with a lot less work to do and in a safe and friendly environment.” Ray and Kay Hunnam, Arilla Village