Investigating your options for secure van storage Congratulations! You’ve finished your working career, you’re ready to move into a luxury retirement village, and most importantly you’ve fulfilled a life goal and purchased your own caravan.
How our residents enjoy their hobbies If you’re a keen arts or crafts enthusiast, it’s understandable if you’re looking for a retirement living option that lets you practice and enjoy your passion. That’s just what you’ll find at Kensington Gardens!
9 tips for finding your ideal over 50’s lifestyle Choosing where you’d like to live in your retirement is a big decision. While you’ll no doubt meet many well-meaning folk who advise you to “go with your gut”, for many of us it’s a better idea to go with a structured decision-making process.
Helpful home selling advice for over 50s It’s one of the most common questions we’re asked at Kensington Gardens – “What’s the best way to go about selling my home so that I can move to a retirement estate?”
When Allan Jordan moved into Kensington Gardens Albury Estate two years ago he had a distinct feeling of déjà vu. After more than 50 years of being away from Albury he felt that he’d finally come home.
"If you build it they will come!" That line worked for Kevin Costner’s character Ray Kinsella, the Iowa farmer, in the movie Field of Dreams, so Kensington Gardens Albury residents Denis Telford and Peter Hartwigg decided to build a community fire pit behind the residents Clubhouse and see what happ[...]
"Why on earth are you going there?" When Lorraine McGowan told her many Melbourne friends one day that she had decided to move up to Kensington Gardens Albury Estate she was met with a stunned silence and then the question “Why?” Lorraine explained that as a single person she wanted somewhere to bel[...]
Before coming to live in Kensington Gardens Estate Albury, Bev and Norm Lee spent nearly 3 years travelling through Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria looking through a huge number of over 50s Lifestyle Villages.
Murray had retired and the world was their oyster. The Bull’s Cruiser sliding out from Metung onto the Gippsland Lakes was idyllic, but it was too far from Melbourne and their family and friends. The Mornington Peninsula was beautiful and much closer to Melbourne; but too expensive, as was the Bella[...]