Looking for retirement villages in and around Brisbane? Perhaps towards to the Gold Coast or the Sunshine Coast? Please browse and explore our retirement villages across Queensland (QLD).
405 Mooloolaba Road, Buderim, QLD 4556
With 60 acres of lush rainforest and parklands, stunning Mooloolaba Beach only around three kilometres away, and a wide range of shops and services within easy reach, Buderim Gardens really does offer an incredibly rewarding retirement lifestyle. The local bus services also stop a few hundred metres from the village, making it easy to access surrounding areas.
183 Karawatha Drive, Buderim, QLD 4556
Nestled in 23 acres of prize-winning gardens on the Sunshine Coast, Hibiscus Buderim Meadows gives you easy access to shopping, services and attractions. It’s a convenient walk to the local supermarket, a medical centre and specialty stores, Headland Golf Club is just over a kilometre around the corner and Maroochydore is only about 10 kilometres away.
90 Twyford Street, Bundaberg, QLD 4670
Set within 46 acres of delightfully landscaped grounds, Argyle Gardens is a peaceful oasis right near the centre of Bundaberg and the enticing Coral Coast. For all your day-to-day needs, Sugarland Shoppingtown – the region’s largest shopping centre with supermarkets, fresh food and specialty stores – is less than a kilometre away, as are stops for the local bus service.
21 Walters Street, Bundaberg North, QLD 4670
Surrounded by acres of tropical gardens and set on the shores of a picturesque lake, it’s easy to enjoy the idyllic weather and terrific amenities at The Lakes. Bundaberg, with its great shopping, is just under three kilometres away and Sugarland Shoppingtown is also nearby. The railway station is less than five kilometres away and there’s also a bus stop near the village entrance.
60 Beck Drive North, Condon, QLD 4815
If you’ve always dreamed of living in a relaxing tropical resort, look no further than Carlyle Gardens Townsville. A number of major shopping centres are within easy reach, including The Willows which is less than three kilometres away. For added convenience, there’s also a bus stop right outside the Village entrance. The Village enjoys an onsite medical centre with pathology and pharmacy services. Appointments can also be made within the Village with visiting health professionals (including podiatry, hearing and counselling).
34 Tewantin Way, Forest Lake, QLD 4078
Surrounded by subtropical rainforest gardens, including a waterfall and rock pool, The Terraces is a peaceful oasis in the southwest of Brisbane. The local shopping centre, with major supermarkets, a pharmacy and specialty stores, is just under three kilometres away and the local bus service stops near the village entrance.
101 Lindfield Road, Helensvale, QLD 4212
The Gardens on Lindfield is nestled among colourful, native gardens just under 20 kilometres from Surfers Paradise in the heart of the Gold Coast. Helensvale Plaza and a medical centre are across the road, two excellent golf clubs and other services are within easy reach, while Helensvale Train Station is a little over one kilometre away.
998 Samford Road, Keperra, QLD 4054
Surrounded by nearly 100 acres of natural bushland, Keperra Sanctuary really is a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of city life. Yet supermarkets, specialty stores and health services are close by, there’s a bus stop a few hundred metres from the village entrance and Keperra train station is just one and a half kilometres away.
12 Harveys Road, Mackay, QLD 4740
Eaglemount Retirement Resort is nestled between rolling green hills and the crystal clear waters of the Coral Sea, with Mackay Golf Course less than a kilometre away. The city, major shopping centres, base hospital and airport are all within easy reach, either by car or by catching a bus from the stop, which is around one kilometre from the village entrance.
22 Allora Drive, Maroochydore, QLD 4558
With colourful, sub-tropical gardens that create a feeling of luxurious seclusion and the magnificent Maroochydore beach less than five kilometres away, Allora Gardens offers an enviable retirement lifestyle. It’s also just around 3.5 kilometres to Sunshine Plaza, which offers supermarkets, department stores, a 12-screen cinema complex and over 220 specialty stores.
206 Phillip Street (off Norris Road), Mount Pleasant, QLD 4740
Set among 40 acres of landscaped tropical gardens, Carlyle Gardens Mackay feels nice and secluded, yet everything you need is close by. Mt Pleasant Shopping Centre is less than two kilometres away, a private hospital is close by the village, as is the local bus stop, and the city and its sparkling coastline and marina is about a 10-kilometre drive away.
55 Carter Road, Nambour, QLD 4560
Just around 10 kilometres from the township of Mapleton, gateway to the spectacular Sunshine Coast hinterland, Hibiscus Nambour has a delightful country atmosphere combined with easy access to all of life’s necessities. A great range of shops, health services, clubs and a train station are in the centre of Nambour, which is only around a kilometre from the village.
118 Bellflower Road, Sippy Downs, QLD 4556
Located in the heart of the Sunshine Coast amid beautifully landscaped tropical gardens, the Bellflower Retirement Resort combines resort-style luxury with convenience. Chancellor Park shopping village is just over a kilometre down the road, while catching a bus from near the village entrance gives you access to banks, cinemas and much, much more.
52 University Way, Sippy Downs, QLD 4556
When you retire to Hibiscus Chancellor Park, you feel like you’re on holidays 365 days a year. All the famous attractions of the Sunshine Coast are within easy reach. What’s more, it’s only around a 250-metre walk to the Chancellor Park shopping precinct, which caters for all your everyday needs. The local bus service also runs right past the entrance of the village.
71 St Andrews Drive, Tewantin, QLD 4565
World-famous beaches, a stunning National Park, cosmopolitan restaurants and cafés, interesting boutiques – all this and more is on your doorstep at Hibiscus Noosa. For all your everyday needs, there’s a shopping centre very close in St Andrews Drive. Getting around is easy too, with the local bus service stopping right outside the village entrance.