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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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"So one day at the tender age of 70, I decided I would give it a go"

Arthur L

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Arthur L

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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"In July 2012 I moved into Pineview Village to be closer to my son and his family"

Nola P

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Nola P

I had originally put aside a block at NLV Lake Joondalup back in 2000 but decided I was too young at that stage for the “village” life. In July 2012 I moved into Pineview Village to be closer to my son and his family as I was then living in Mundaring. Pineview was all I had hoped it would be – friendly people, nice homes and lots of things to do.

Some 12 months after moving in I introduced myself to a new Lifestyler by the name of Ross. He was a very nice gentleman who was living alone and still working. We soon discovered that we had a whole lot of things in common and developed a friendship/relationship.

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