From our resident's experience there are a variety of reasons to consider a move to a retirement village from downsizing, the need for social interaction, garden and maintenance issues, health concerns to freeing up time to travel. Some residents move into Tranquil Waters to secure and safeguard the longer term quality of life for their partner if they have personal health concerns. If you are thinking of moving into a retirement village seeing is believing, so come and have a look around, it's the best way to compare.
As a modern retirement village located on the water at Victoria Point, Tranquil Waters offers a secure gated community of 2 and 3 bedroom villas some with sweeping views across to the bay islands. We have just completed our building program with a good sized village of 120 villas, not too big or small. New and resale villas including displays are available for inspection now, including 2 waterfront villas. A current rebate of $10,000 at settlement will help towards air conditioning or curtains applies to all new villas.
We were recently featured on Channel 9 television program A Current
Affair and with Seniors Housing Online with a view to a retirement
lifestyle. Click to View Video.
Below are details of recent and upcoming events and activities at Tranquil Waters.
TAFI SHOES are displaying their wares June 10th at 10am in the COMMUNITY CENTRE. If your feet are "hard to fit" come along and enjoy a cuppa and see the shoes on offer. ALL WELCOME. ... read more
Windows 8 is here, and if you're used to previous versions of Windows then you're going to notice that quite a bit has changed. In fact, Windows has seen the biggest changes since the jump from Windows 3.1 to Windows 95. Out goes the Start menu, in comes the new Start screen, new apps, new interface conventions - even experienced Computer Users may be left feelin... read more
And who says retirement is boring!! As someone said this week, do not retire, life gets too busy. The Tranquil Tones' theme for their recent concert was "colour" and the pictures below speak for themselves. Lil,our gardening guru, resplendent in her "yellow polka dot bikini" Phil, entertainment guru, as the " one eyed, one horned purple flying people eater... read more
What a great success!! The Biggest Morning Tea organised by resident Pamela was a credit to her and her band of helpers. A fashion parade, compliments of W Lane, was very popular. There were raffles, a trade table and entrance fee that included morning tea all raised a total of $ 2,2217. Well done to all. As the photos show there was a sea of pink and even the men pla... read more
On Saturday 25th May, 2013 at 10am an Artists Workshop will take place in the Community Centre. The Workshop will be conducted by Pir Tareen, a noted Brisbane-based artist. Pir studied in Rome for many years and came to Australia in the early 1980s. He paints in oils and specialises in landscapes and portraiture. More details about Pir Tareen and his work can ... read more