Hugging the Brisbane River as it wends its way through the south west of Brisbane, Pinjarra Hills is a scenic locale with bushland surrounded by leafy suburban pockets, University of Queensland and the CSIRO, and is home to our Fairview community.
Surrounded by hiking tracks, pony clubs and large gardens, Fairview is a peaceful quiet location and is a gardener’s paradise, not just for the beautiful gardens across the village but also the large community herb and vegetable gardens, known as The Farm.
With a market day in the village once monthly, a games room with a concert piano, gardening and day therapy and a suite of activities including music therapy, weekly canteen, concerts and entertainment, games arts and crafts, movie days and BBQ’s, this quiet location is a hive of activity for those residents wanting to be involved in a vibrant and close community.
Recently refurbished, the rooms are tastefully decorated and the shared indoor and outdoor spaces provide plenty of room for quiet time or a place to quietly absorb a good novel or a magazine with a cup of tea. Menus change daily and rotate on a four-week cycle, and occasionally some of the locally produced fruit and vegetables might just end up on the Fairview dining tables.
Our services include dementia care, registered nurses on duty 24/7; visiting GP and allied health professionals; visiting hairdresser and beauty therapist and a community bus service and outings. Fairview residents are encouraged to take advantage of the indoor and outdoor spaces available for relaxation and socialising.
Bolton Clarke works with you and your loved ones to help you live well in a safe and friendly environment. That includes access to information and services enabling you to make informed choices about your new home.
Our team are happy to take you for a tour of your new Pinjarra Hills home, assist you through the application process or tell you more about our Fairview community.
2603 Moggill Road
Pinjarra Hills QLD
For the residents of Bolton Clarke Fairview aged care community, hearing the laughter of children in the hallways is music to their ears.
Seventy years after he was given 12 months to live after being exposed to nuclear fall-out from atomic tests, Lieutenant Commander Gordon James is proud he will be walking to lay an ANZAC wreath at his Bolton Clarke, Pinjarra Hills community this week.
The residents at Bolton Clarke’s Fairview aged care community at Pinjarra Hills enjoyed a special cart on Father’s Day, designed to deliver a trolley full of memories for dads and their families spending the special occasion apart due to the coronavirus.
An age gap of more than a century didn’t stop Bolton Clarke Fairview, Pinjarra Hills resident Kittie, 103, and 15-month old Harrison Kremmer from having lots of fun putting a puzzle together at the first meeting of the residential aged care community’s new intergenerational playgroup.