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NLV is renowned for its world-class resort facilities

Imagine waking up in the morning to soft sunlight spilling through your window. It’s Saturday, which means there is a Tai Chi class in the Clubhouse. You head over, picking up a few friends along the way. After the session, everyone hangs back for a cup of tea, and you find yourself planning your next holiday while you wonder what to do for the rest of the day.

You could join the group gathering on the bowling green ready for some competition bowls. Some spectators are firing up the barbecues, and soon the smell of bacon and eggs will fill the area as breakfast is served to the gathering crowd.

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"There’s always something going on, and our resort facilities encourage a social, active and healthy lifestyle"

NLV is setting the standard for Resort Facilities and Services

  • Arts Centre
  • BBQ Areas
  • Billiard Tables
  • Bowls Green
  • Caravan & Boat Storage
  • Cinema
  • Clubhouse
  • Darts & Pool
  • Gym
  • Heated Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Internet Kiosk
  • Library
  • Mini Golf
  • Off-leash Dog Park
  • Outdoor Entertaining Areas
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Sauna
  • Spa
  • Tai Chi
  • Tennis
  • Squash
  • Vegetable Garden
  • Village Bus
  • Workshop
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Alternatively, you could spend some time getting grubby in the vegetable garden, crafting in the Art Studio, starting up a DIY project in the Workshop, taking a dip in the heated pool and spa, or joining the group taking the bus to a concert.

You may have to be back at your home soon if you’re babysitting the grandkids and will be using National Lifestyle Villages’s in-house Family Center.

There’s always something going on, and our resort facilities encourage a social, active and healthy lifestyle. This can be you every day!

What our lifestylers say

"There’s a great community spirit in our Village"

Yvonne

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"So began a statewide search for the perfect place to land"

Sandria S

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Sandria S

Early in the morning on the 26th May, 1946 the lightning & thunder shook the cottage in Dartmouth, Devon, England, the wolves howled & I was born. Mum saw that as some sort of omen which turned out to be true. I was destined to be different. My father even spelled my name incorrectly adding an extra ‘i’ to Sandra. The result was that I can never buy a mug or pen with my name already on.

Having a love/hate relationship with my elder brother resulted in many near death experiences. Once he force fed me some sort of glitter then sprinkled it all over the outside. Poor mum had to present this glittering toddler to the hospital. The first of many visits. Moving to London didn’t change my thirst for adventure & I nearly drowned in the Regents Park canal. I tried to ‘bunk’ into the London Zoo and was caught on a branch & left hanging by my knickers. My aforementioned brother decamped the scene. I had 2 other brothers & a sister who also managed to bring chaos into my life.

Much to everyone’s surprise, not least my teacher I passed the 11+ and progressed to High school. I must have developed my social conscience here because I spent more time standing outside the headmaster’s office than actually learning anything. It was usually for standing up against bullying by classmates or teachers. However some kindred spirits remain friends to this very day.

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"It's the neighbours here that are great and that are always looking out for you"

Lyn and Bob at Busselton

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Lyn and Bob

We were in Wanneroo and we wanted to downsize. We have got a big van and we were looking for a sea change – and my twin daughters are in Bunbury. We did all the research and looked at the Joondalup and Mandurah villages. We looked at putting a park home on caravan parks, but they have not got the security.

Here we can go away and not have to worry. We had alarms in Perth, but you still panic a bit when you go away. It’s the neighbours here that are great and that are always looking out for you. And with a house in other places, for insurance you have to be in it for a number of months of the year, or you have to get a house-sitter. Our house in Perth sold very quickly and it freed up some money, although Bob is still working. We also needed an area for the caravan, which we have got and it is secure.

The village has a nice community feeling. The neighbours are excellent, which isn’t always the case in the suburbs. We have had friends go into the Joondalup village and they couldn’t believe the social life. We have morning teas for the ladies, we are knitting for charity and we have got a bus. The village management here are like family – they really are.

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