For the Not-So-Retiring!
Set in Sydney’s beautiful Hills District, Glenhaven Gardens retirement village matches the relaxed vibrancy of the area with a wide variety of things to do and see.
Explore the bush and surroundings actively or simply take a contemplative stroll. Pack the clubs for a hit at some of the great local golf courses or take in the beauty of The Hills. You can take in a movie locally or grab a meal. Shopping centres are also nearby and well serviced by buses.
In the village, residents enjoy get-togethers with coffee groups, or over a barbecue at the Community Centre.
Safe, secure and friendly, Glenhaven Gardens Retirement Village offers a carefree and maintenance-free lifestyle with stylish, architect designed accommodation and modern conveniences. We have a variety of spacious two and three bedroom villas. Each property offers a private balcony or courtyard garden, with beautifully appointed fixtures and fittings. Residents have a 24 hour emergency response system at the press of a button.
Life at Glenhaven Gardens Retirement Living Village can be as lively or as peaceful as you make it. If you like taking it slow, there are beautifully landscaped gardens to relax in. If you like to stay fit, there are a host of activities available. If you prefer to be pampered, a visit to our hair and beauty salon will do the trick. For the social butterfly, there’s always an activity to join or someone ready for a chat. When you want to go out, there are shops, clubs, and churches nearby.
- Social outings
- Community centre
- Assistance arranging In-home care
- Chemist & GP Close by
- Coffee get-togethers
- Village bus
- 24/7 Emergency button
- On-site residential aged care nursing home
Our Residents Say
I just love Glenhaven Gardens. It is a small, loving community where we all look out for each other. The location is great and I get a feeling of safety and serenity every time I drive back into the village – feeling that I am home and I’m safe. And the staff! So helpful – they are simply great! Plus knowing that Carinya House is there if we ever need it – that’s a bonus