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Alchera Living is dedicated to providing an environment in which you can put your feet up and relax in peace. Each of our beautiful retirement villages reflects this principle, offering unique comfort, convenience and quality at an affordable cost. Contact us today to enquire about any of our lifestyle retirement villages.
Popular in WA, our retirement villages each feature a friendly retirement community that is in close proximity to surrounding amenities and public transport. The four independent living villages from which you can choose include:
Five minutes from the scenic Swan River, Applecross Village is a vibrant and welcome home. The retirement village backs right onto Canning Highway, giving you excellent access to shops, banks, restaurants, cafes and medical facilities. Inside the village, a peaceful ambience resonates, so much so that you’d be forgiven for forgetting about a busy world just outside.
With a major shopping centre, medical facilities and public transport a stone’s throw away, and Fiona Stanley just down the road, there are plenty of advantages to living at Bull Creek village. It’s no wonder it’s one of the more popular retirement village rentals. It’s not only the convenience of the location that makes it a special place to live; it’s the cheerful gardens and the warm community spirit.
The social centre at Bull Creek features regularly scheduled village activities, which are a great way to meet your neighbours and have a lot of fun!
Webber Gardens retirement village freshly renovated units and villas now available – click here to learn more. At Webber Gardens you will discover a second bounce of life. There is always something going on to entertain the social spirit, and plenty of opportunities to enjoy your own space.
The local shops, community centre and Library are within 1km of the village. Nearby public transport serves Fremantle, Garden City Shopping Centre and links to the Bull Creek train station.
Weeronga Village is where it all started, back in 1975. The seemingly ageless retirement village in Western Australia is constantly being reinvigorated with upgrades and new developments – most notably including the development of The Reserve.
Whether you’re getting together with your friends and walking to a nearby café, popping to the nearby community centre or borrowing a book from the public library, everything you need for a fulfilling life is close at hand.