Minimal maintenance, no worries

Gone are the days of keeping up the house and the yard. You no longer have to worry about the security of your home when you’re travelling. We take care of the details so you can focus on the big picture – living life your way.

Life at Carlyle Gardens Mackay is carefree and worry free. 

Our landscaped grounds create a serene oasis at the heart of Mackay, offering a sanctuary with a strong local connection. This ideal location provides close proximity to amenities, and the peace of mind that comes with familiar surrounds. With a warm welcome from like-minded residents, friendships are easily forged, and you will feel a strong sense of belonging and community. What’s more, our services are designed to give you back the time and resources to embrace your new lifestyle. And if you are looking to give back to the community, we are part of not-for-profit Blue Care, which provides ample opportunities to engage in volunteer work.
Carefree living is no exaggeration at Carlyle Gardens Mackay. Our friendly staff are dedicated to taking care of the details, providing comfort, security and ease of living for those over 60. From your first contact, we are happy to answer any questions you might have, and will support you every step of the way, from exploring our facilities and finding a real estate agent, to downsizing and making your move.

Feel the freedom of not having to maintain your own home. Our support with home and garden maintenance means no more mowing and toiling over the upkeep of your new home. You can also have peace of mind knowing that 24/7 emergency response is available, and that Carlyle Gardens Mackay is part of Blue Care, which provides home care services, such as help with the housework, as well as transport and allied health services should the need arise.
Carlyle Gardens resident standing in front of pool
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Retirees thriving after big life changes
Phyllis Blanchfield has recently taken up line dancing. The retiree, who last year moved from Townsville to the Carlyle Gardens village in Mackay with her husband John, is having an absolute ball.
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