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Villages are planned with privacy in mind

While many Lifestylers love getting involved in the community, there are many who prefer their personal space, in the knowledge that everything is available if they want it.

As such, you’ll be pleased to hear that our homes are designed to make sure you can invite people over and comfortably entertain in the privacy of your own home.

The variety of shared interests means there is a wide range of groups and clubs to choose from, and with the extensive resort facilities at your disposal, you can take up new sporting, artistic or recreational pursuits. The best part is, there’s no pressure to attend any events or join any clubs. And yes, most pets are also welcome!

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"The variety of shared interests means there is a wide range of groups and clubs to choose from"

Lock and leave

For those who like to spend time holidaying around the world or exploring the great outdoors with a caravan, we have made getting away incredibly easy – Just lock up your home and leave!

While you are away, our Village Care and Maintenance Team can take care of your garden, and the Village Administration will retrieve your mail. Plus, your home will also always be under the watchful eye of your friendly community …making National Lifestyle Villages the ultimate in Neighbourhood Watch!

What our lifestylers say

"I now have the lifestyle where I can relax...and we don’t have the mortgage anymore"

Stephanie and Neil

Bridgewater Lifestyle Village

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"It takes a while to familiarise oneself with local customs and I had my fair share of making errors"

Anne K

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Anne K

In the first six months following my arrival in Australia from the UK (at a tender age of 19), I had learnt a few of the Australian colloquialisms such as arvo, postie, pressie and bring a plate.

It takes a while to familiarise oneself with local customs and I had my fair share of making errors.

One day when out with my husband Syd, I saw a poster with comments about a Polly Farmer.

I naively asked him what type of farmer was a “Polly” one. Syd responded by laughing his head off before telling me he was a footballer.  There was more to come.

Returning from our honeymoon, Syd wanted to visit his Uncle Harold who was a wheat and sheep farmer in Arrino, just out of Three Springs.

He was a cheerful, down-to-earth man and I immediately liked him.

Upon entering the house it was obvious that house cleaning was not a priority with Harold. The kitchen was full of tins of fat that he had accumulated over the years from cooking roasts!

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"Reminiscing about the 1961 Swan Districts Football Club Premiership"

Syd K

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Syd K

Reminiscing about the 1961 Swan Districts Football Club Premiership

Swan Districts Football Club had never won a Premiership in the WAFL League Competition. We languished at the bottom end, you could have called us cellar dwellers. However in 1957 the WAFL introduced an extra competitive team into the structure. So now all clubs had a League, Reserves and Thirds team, the last being in the 18-20 years bracket. This enabled the clubs to have access to nurture and improve the football ability of up-and-coming players. Swans were the Thirds competition inaugural Premiers in 1957 and again in 1958 which gave the club a little hope for the future.

In 1960, Haydn Bunton, a South Australian, was elected League Coach. From the outset it was obvious that there would be a massive shake up. The placid Black Swan club emblem was ditched, and replaced by the fierce, black fighting one. Training began in the hot summer months at weekends as well as mid-week. Weekends were up and down sand hills at Scarborough through to Trigg and mid-week around the Swan River, swimming across it, and of course, on the oval. Blood, sweat and plenty of tears!

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