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 are a good sized village of 120 villas, not too big or small. Resale villas including displays are available for inspection now, including 2 waterfront 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.
Bev (on the left) and Alan (on the right), residents of our Tranquil Waters' community, formed part of the entertaining group 'The Dukes of Uke' to entertain visitors at the Redland Senior Expo last Thursday. ... read more
Increase your outer glow, enjoy Mah Jong, then Snooker & Happy Hour, followed by Sunday Dinner of 'Chinese' in the Leisure Centre! ... read more
On Saturday 11th October we enjoyed a very much anticipated return of The Three Tenors. They entertained us with Opera, Operetta, and much loved Evergreens with a touch of Modern thrown in. It was a night enjoyed by all who attended. It was a whole lot of fun, every one enjoyed the night immensely. The savouries provided beforehand were also very delicious. Co... read more
Redland City Council is hosted a free expo yesterday to help seniors connect to local services, information and activities. Council's community and cultural spokesperson Cr Lance Hewlett said the expo, held at the Redland Performing Arts Centre, "would be a 'one-stop shop' for people wanting information on l... read more
Ruth Currie wants to thank those residents who have donated wool to her knitting project. The project provides pouches for the survival of baby animals at Redland Indigiscapes Centre. (Photo: Wildlife carer Renae Morrisey rescued this baby possum after its mother was hit by passing traffic.) ... read more