Our single level, two-bedroom homes all feature open plan living, private terraces and air conditioning.
Our Future Fernhill project currently underway is transforming this historic site into a contemporary, architecturally designed community with large green open spaces that welcome the community, family and friends surrounded by modern architecturally designed buildings and independent living units.
There is always something to be involved with at Fernhill, which is located in the heart of the Caboolture CBD close to shops, RSL Club and amenities.
Within the village there are Tai Chi classes to limber up, a snooker room and library for more relaxed pursuits indoor bowls and a wide range of activities on offer, as well as bus trips and excursions around the region. Our co-located residential aged care community offers a day respite program and home care services are also available on site for when you need a little extra support.
Take a village tour, inspect a property and find out more about retirement living options at one of our upcoming Open Homes. To book a covid-safe inspection, please call Kay Gallagher on 0459 985 431.
10am-12pm Wednesday 20 October 2021
10am-12pm Wednesday 27 October 2021
10am-12pm Wednesday 03 November 2021
10am-12pm Wednesday 10 November 2021
To help protect our residents and visitors, we have implemented enhanced protection measures in response to COVID-19. Prior to your appointment, one of our friendly team will provide you with instructions to ensure all tours and inspections are in line with covid-safe practices. This will include social distancing and sanitising measures during your visit.
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Bolton Clarke Fernhill is a foundation member of the Retirement Living Code of Conduct and an ARVAS Accredited Village as independently certified by QIP.
We are committed to providing peace of mind, quality living and care options to our residents through the delivery of consistently high standards and industry best practice.
Retirement village residents joined Bolton Clarke Chairman Pat McIntosh for a sneak preview of the view from the roof at the new Fernhill residential aged care building at a topping out ceremony marking laying of the final slab this week.
Artie is 100 and apart from travelling to Darwin and Indonesia during WWII, he has spent all of his 100 years in Caboolture and surrounds.
Helen is a Queenslander, and Aileen hails from Leeds in the UK. The two of them have forged a friendship at our Fernhill retirement living community in Caboolture, Queensland.
Bolton Clarke Fernhill residents with dementia have welcomed some new family members with the arrival of 10 robotic companion pets funded under Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Local Community Support Grant.
Residents at Bolton Clarke’s Fernhill community enjoyed a close encounter with farm animals including pigs, goats and chickens at the community’s Farm Day this week.
When Lynda McKewan moved to Bolton Clarke’s Fernhill retirement village at Caboolture, she didn’t first appreciate what a homecoming it would be.
Ellen Campbell knows well the value of having a haven to call home. Growing up in Germany during WWII, it was her mother who shielded her and her siblings and kept them safe. For the past eight years, her home and haven has been Bolton Clarke’s Fernhill retirement village in Caboolture.
For Kathy and Gene Rosenblatt, a whirlwind decision five years ago led to new friendships and the comfort of safety and security in their home at Bolton Clarke’s Fernhill retirement village in Caboolture.
One week after moving into Bolton Clarke’s brand new state-of-the-art residential aged care building at Fernhill community in Caboolture, Edna Anna Curr celebrated another significant milestone - her 100th birthday.
When Bolton Clarke Fernhill opens in just a few weeks’ time, visitors and residents may recognise some of the names given to key areas of the new state-of-the-art residential aged care community building. Among them, the name of Matron Gwenda Shaw, who was an aged care nurse for 30 years, spending 18 of them working at Fernhill. She was often referred to as ‘Caboolture’s Florence Nightingale,’ the ‘angel of aged care.’
The keys to Bolton Clarke’s new Fernhill residential aged care building have been handed over in an exciting milestone marking the one-month countdown to the building’s opening in October.
For the residents at Fernhill aged care community, the mango tree that once stood at the front of their community garden was a joy to look at and to pick fruit from its branches. That’s why, when the opportunity arose to plant a new mango tree with students from St Columban’s College, Fernhill residents were tree-mendously excited.
The jacaranda at Bolton Clarke’s Fernhill community in Caboolture is not only a treasured tree for residents but will feature in a colouring in competition for local primary schools in celebration of National Tree Day, 2nd August.
It may sound like a daytime soap opera, but the Old and the Bold radio broadcast, featuring some of the Fernhill aged care community’s first residents, was something far more unique. The 1947 live fundraising broadcast from a plane circling above Brisbane was quite a feat for the time and shows the community spirit that has been a constant throughout Fernhill’s history.
At times like this, the importance of keeping in touch with family and loved ones cannot be understated – particularly for older people. With social distancing, border closures and other protective measures preventing face-to-face contact, Bolton Clarke retirement village residents have turned to technology to keep the connections alive.
The community votes are in, and the water tower out front of Bolton Clarke’s Fernhill community on King St, Caboolture - once used for Secret Intelligence Operatives to practice parachute jumping - is to be painted in honour of our ANZACS.
It’s not the way most primary school students would post an update, but students at Caboolture State School have been sharing messages with residents at the neighbouring Bolton Clarke Fernhill residential aged care community by fence post.
As Beryl Drew will tell you, she’s much younger than you may think. In fact, this year will mark only the 24th time her birthday has rolled around since was born in Sydney on 29 February 1928. Of course, that hasn’t stopped her celebrating every year for the past 92 years. In non-leap years she celebrates on the 1st March.
The Ekka may be over for another year, but all the fun of the show lives on at Bolton Clarke’s Fernhill retirement village and aged care community, where residents, day therapy clients and Bolton Clarke team members have enjoyed the annual “Fernhill Community Show.”