The community offers single level one and two-bedroom homes all with open plan living, private terrace and air conditioning, nestled amid beautiful gardens and wide streets.
Inverpine’s variety of facilities include two pools and spas, a bustling community hall and a community bus to get you where you need to go.
An active social committee ensures there are always plenty of social activities and events to choose from including card games, bingo nights and mystery bus trips. The village also enjoys easy access to Redcliffe and Scarborough to enjoy beach views and walks along the esplanade.
Take a village tour, inspect a property and find out more about retirement living options at one of our upcoming Open Homes. For further information or to book a covid-safe inspection call Margaret Silver on 0409 318 746.
There are currently no open homes scheduled. Private inspection can be made by appointment.
54 Ogg Road
Murrumba Downs QLD
Bolton Clarke Inverpine 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.
Jan Dale and Christine Magee are proving that at any age, new friendships can be just around the corner.
Downsizing from their family home on a large block was the ‘goldilocks’ move for Robert and Dianne Fraser, who moved to Bolton Clarke’s Inverpine retirement village one year ago.
Residents at Bolton Clarke’s Inverpine retirement village at Murrumba Downs have been keeping busy and taking the lead from their grandchildren to produce some extraordinary clay modelling artworks during the coronavirus pandemic.
Bolton Clarke’s ‘Lets Dig In’ therapeutic gardening team are celebrating their win of Leading Aged Services Australia Awards for Excellence (Queensland Team category) announced on Aged Care Employee Day, Friday 7 August.
Residents at Bolton Clarke’s Inverpine aged care community in Murrumba Downs have been enjoying all the perks of a supermarket at their front door, thanks to an ingenious solution from Bolton Clarke Diversional Therapist Rekha Singh. The mini mart, which has been open for business since 2016, has increased in popularity and frequency while residents are socially distancing.
One of life’s great pleasures is enjoying a meal made from food you’ve grown in your own garden. It’s a pleasure keen gardeners at Bolton Clarke Inverpine residential aged care community celebrated this week after a bumper vegetable harvest from their raised community gardens.
The secret to a long and happy life? Gratitude, according to Inverpine resident Thelma Sprott, 103.
Bolton Clarke Inverpine residential aged care community and retirement village has commemorated Remembrance Day with a special service including poppies handmade by residents from recycled materials.
Residents at Bolton Clarke’s Inverpine residential aged care community at Murrumba Downs are getting their hands dirty planting gardens with edible produce in a new therapeutic gardening program.