The contemporary one and two-bedroom villas are single level, designed for easy access and low-maintenance retirement living. Each home features generous open plan living area, dining and kitchen space, bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, a private terrace and air conditioning.
Enjoy a walk to the vegetable garden to spot the native bees or take a stroll in the expansive gardens. Our community pool is mineralised and heated and will leave you feeling refreshed and relaxed.
The village features an on-site hairdresser, community vegetable garden, a BBQ area to share with friends or family, a community hall with daily activities and a community bus to get you where you need to go.
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 Vanessa Nugent on 0407 658 434.
10am-12pm Tuesday 13 April 2021
10am-12pm Tuesday 20 April 2021
10am-12pm Tuesday 27 April 2021
10am-12pm Tuesday 04 May 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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Since moving to Bolton Clarke’s Westhaven retirement village in Toowoomba six months ago, Rex and Desley have taken to their new lifestyle like ducks to water.
The ladies of Bolton Clarke’s Westhaven retirement village in Harristown know how to keep fit – and have plenty of fun while doing so. During the warmer months, resident Edith Oxenham leads a group of eight regular attendees in twice-weekly water aerobics.
The art of hand chiseling wooden toys isn’t very common nowadays, but Bolton Clarke Westhaven, Toowoomba retirement village resident Dennis Law is doing his bit to keep craftsmanship alive this Christmas.
A love of food and country atmosphere are two things Cynthia Press shares with many of her fellow residents at Bolton Clarke’s Westhaven retirement village.
If empty shelves at gardening centres throughout South-East Queensland are anything to go by, the current social distancing conditions have created a surge of novice ‘green thumbs.’ But for residents at Bolton Clarke’s Westhaven retirement village at Toowoomba gardening is - and always has been - a way of life.
Every Carnival of Flowers is memorable. But for Bolton Clarke Westhaven retirement village residents, who turned the village bus into a float for Saturday’s grand parade through Toowoomba, sharing the memories of carnivals past was just as important as creating new ones.