Community Connections at Kingsford Terrace Retirement Village

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Community connections

At Kingsford Terrace, we're dedicated to building a vibrant community for our residents, both inside and outside the village. That's why we're building strong connections in the greater community.

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A connected community is a happy community

In Aura’s experience, retirees are at their happiest when they feel a true sense of connectedness to their local community. We don’t want to create an ‘exclusive enclave’ within our village because we believe both our residents and community can benefit from shared experiences.

Consequently, Kingsford Terrace is focused on building strong relationships with local businesses, clubs and schools to provide opportunities for residents to stay active and involved in a range of activities in the area.

Here are a few who also share our vision:

Corinda Bowls Club
Corinda Bowls Club

Corinda Bowls Club

Corinda Bowls Club is a friendly, active club and an established and integral part of the local community. Underpinning the network of camaraderie and friendship at the club is a shared love of lawn bowls.

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Corinda State School
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Corinda State School

Corinda State School is a prep to year 6 primary school with approximately 590 students. Kingsford Terrace sponsors and enjoys involvement in school fetes and events.

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McLeod Ladies Country Golf Club
McLeod Country Golf Club

McLeod Golf Club

McLeod Golf Club is a championship 18 hole golf course in Mt Ommaney in Brisbane’s West. Kingsford Terrace residents are encouraged to play at the club and get involved in regular activities.

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St. Aidans Students
St Aidan's Anglican Girls School

St Aidan’s Girls School

St Aidan’s is a Prep to Year 12 Anglican day school for girls located in Corinda with more than 800 students. Kingsford Terrace residents enjoy attending and being involved in school activities.

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