It’s now universally recognized that an active body and mind can lead to a healthier retirement. Senior retirement communities of yesteryear simply never had what is on offer now for the active over 55, and our lives are all the better for it.
The age of 55 today is a much younger 55 to that of twenty years ago. Retirement villages like Champion Lakes are designed for your comfort at home while delivering easy access to the things you love doing – be it rowing or bingo-ing!
Stop (and relax), you’re surrounded!
So what is there to see and do to make life comfortable once you’re in your beautiful new Champion Lakes home? Lots! Our secure gated community opens out to convenience, health facilities and a major shopping complex.
Armadale Health Service is just a short trip away and focuses on providing high quality general medical, surgical and mental health services.
There’s the convenience of multiple train stations nearby for you to get around or for family to come and visit. Take your pick of shopping centres Champion Lakes Lifestyle Village’s doorstep – both Champion Drive and Haynes Shopping Centres offer a variety of grocery, shopping and dining options.
To travel further afield, or if you’re off on that next overseas adventure, the clever location of our retirement village gives you direct links to Perth Airport, Tonkin Highway, Albany Highway, Armadale Road and Ranford Road.
Then there’s the calm recharge that only nature can inspire – and that’s what we’re working on right now. Our Wongong River development plan is underway. When it’s completed, you’ll have the inspiring daily enjoyment of strolling manicured pathways as nature thrives around you.
Local and regional tourist destinations
We keep saying that Champion Lakes is more than a retirement village, it’s a way of life. That’s why the Village’s founder Keith Henville chose this rapidly developing area of WA – because great steps had already been taken to entertain and inform its inhabitants.
Nearby is a first of its kind for WA – the Champion Lakes Regatta Centre. Designed to showcase the world’s elite water sportsmen and women, the 30 million dollar centre was opened in April 2007. Since then school regattas are common place. The public has daily access to the centre’s facilities and periodically you’ll see kayaking and dragon boat racing upon the 2,000 metre long, world-class competition course.
Champion Lakes Recreational Park is the perfect spot to pull the family’s bikes out of the SUV and go for a ride. Strolling is an option too!
For added interest a little further afield, top up your day-trip list with Armadale Reptile Centre, Newhaven Robot Park, History House Museum and beautiful Araluen Botanic Gardens.
Turning the page…
Champion Lakes Lifestyle Village adds a whole new luxurious and active chapter to retirement living.
When you’re ready to write your name into the pages of our completely modern take on a retirement community, please give us a call.