Now is the time to focus on yourself while we take care of all the little details. You’ll be welcomed into a warm and vibrant community, where you can maintain your privacy and independence yet take advantage of excellent facilities and activities. No more lawns to mow, hedges to trim, gutters to clean or concerns about your home’s safety when travelling.
Argyle Gardens is about carefree, low-maintenance living, and we provide everything you need to live your best life.
Centrally located in Bundaberg, we have a strong connection with the region. Not only will you have easy access to all of the nearby amenities but you will be rubbing shoulders with people of similar age and interests. It’s easy to bond over shared experiences, both in life and in this location.
Forge new friendships while maintaining your lifelong connections. We welcome family and friends so you can share your new lifestyle with those you love the most. More importantly, this time is truly your own. Now you can relax more, dedicate your time to the people who matter to you, and do the things that you enjoy the most. Our experienced staff and range of services assure ease of living and peace of mind.
Our services cater to people over 60, setting you free to enjoy life while providing security, comfort and support when you need it. We will help you through every step of the process, from viewing our homes to finding an agent. Our village manager can answer any questions you might have, and help you get settled in your new home. All you have to do is kick back and enjoy.
Support with property and garden maintenance is provided, which means you won’t have to worry about such things as mowing the lawn. Consulting rooms are available, with local doctors and podiatrists paying regular visits for your convenience, along with services from local pharmacies. We also have on-site pathology services. And our 24/7 emergency response gives you a little extra peace of mind. Argyle Gardens is also part of Blue Care, which means you can access Blue Care home care services such as domestic and lifestyle support should your needs change.
How active, healthy ageing can reduce your risk of serious illness
Shirley Kelly doesn’t have healthy ageing at the top of mind each time she steps on the dance floor. But the five classes she enjoys each week give her both exercise and social benefits - two key factors in reducing the risk of age-related illnesses, including dementia.