Retirement living is all about you. It’s your time to take centre stage and enjoy a lifestyle that encourages you to embrace the new possibilities that lie ahead. You will be embraced by a social and welcoming community that provides safety, security and a sense of freedom – all with the peace of mind that comes with a range of services that cater to your exact needs.
It’s easy to take advantage of everything Carlyle Gardens Townsville has to offer.
Carlyle Gardens Townsville has been a part of the community for more than two decades, and immediately imparts a sense of ‘home’. Life here is all about maintaining a healthy mind, body and spirit, with an active, social community made up of residents who strive to welcome newcomers.
Family and friends are more than welcome to join in the fun of your new lifestyle. In fact, we welcome in the general public to enjoy our monthly markets, take in a show in the auditorium, or dine in our on-site restaurant.
And don’t forget, the natural beauty of tropical north Queensland is on your doorstep, from the awe-inspiring Great Barrier Reef to the World Heritage-listed Wet Tropics rainforests.
When you choose Carlyle Gardens Townsville, you are choosing a carefree lifestyle with minimal home maintenance that caters to those over 60. Our staff is dedicated to providing outstanding service to all of our residents. From the first time you meet with us through to settling in and beyond, we are here to help at every step.
Mowing the lawn is a thing of the past, with our home and garden maintenance support, so you can focus on doing what you love to do. You can also rest easy that a 24/7 emergency call button is provided, and help at home services are available should the need arise. This includes housework assistance, transport, and allied health services such as physiotherapy.
The magic of hand-knitted teddies
How a casual conversation between retirement village residents started a volunteer movement that has supported 13,600 children.
Carlyle Gardens Resident Recognised on Australia Day
Professor Jackes, the first woman to receive an Honorary Doctorate in Science from James Cook University, has made 2023's The Order of Australia Honours List for her work in botany, conservation and tertiary education.