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The great Australian lifestyle
The inspiration for National Lifestyle Villages communities came from the realisation that people who regularly holiday in parks and resorts experience reduced stress, a general feeling of well-being, and a closer feeling of community via a stronger connection to people. National Lifestyle Villages wanted to harness this dual sense of holiday and community to provide a similar lifestyle experience every day of the year.
Our communities showcase resort-style facilities that are professionally maintained and set in attractive natural landscapes. Whether swimming in the heated pool, relaxing in the spa or sauna, playing tennis, squash or bowls, or working in the hobby workshop – there is always something to do.
The communal Clubhouse acts as a welcoming social hub where you can learn a new dance step, enjoy dinner and a drink with friends, or find a quiet space for reading, surfing the web or enjoying crafts with friends.
For leisure activities outside the Village that include concerts, inter-Village sport competitions and regular shopping trips, there is a dedicated Village Bus available that is managed by the Village Social Club.
Lock and leave” lifestyle communities offer boat and caravan parking, complete with a wash-down area. Your secure community is monitored with video surveillance, so you don’t have to worry, whether you’re at home or away.
It’s such a friendly place. Everyone waves when you walk past and there’s always someone to talk to at the Clubrooms. I still believe it’s one of the best places to move into.
"So one day at the tender age of 70, I decided I would give it a go"
The Avon Descent is conducted each year during the first weekend in August and it is quite a challenge.
As a member of the over 45 Kayak Association, I had been paddling a kayak up and down the Swan River for a considerable number of years. The Avon Descent was always at the back of my mind, like the Marathon is to a long-distance runner I guess.
So one day at the tender age of 70, I decided I would give it a go.
This decision caused considerable consternation and horror amidst the four generations of my family but they gradually accepted the idea and formed themselves into a very effective support team.
The start line at Northam is a very colourful scene with hundreds of kayaks and paddlers circling around in the still water, waiting to take off and disappear down the weir.
The first day had many exciting moments but my enthusiasm was being maintained by my descendants who were leapfrogging my progress and shouting encouragement from the riverbank.
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