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RSL LifeCare Tea Gardens Grange

33 – 93 Spinifex Avenue, Tea Gardens, New South Wales, 2324

Part of RSL LifeCare

RSL LifeCare Tea Gardens Grange is an award-winning retirement resort providing a luxurious lifestyle for residents who want to enjoy an active and social lifestyle. The village has 206 spacious homes, each designed to help you enjoy your retirement.

Walk into any of Tea Gardens Grange’s homes and you will be pleasantly surprised by the beautiful, contemporary and spacious interior filled with natural light. The village comprises 206 spacious two and three-bedroom homes featuring;

  • 2 bathrooms – main with ensuite
  • Built in robes
  • Spacious open plan living & dining area
  • Large kitchen
  • Study
  • Laundry
  • Private courtyard
  • Attached single or double lock up garage
  • Air-conditioning
  • Single-level
  • 24-hour emergency call button in all homes
  • Pet-friendly

The Grange Country Club overlooking the picturesque lake is a great meeting place for residents and guests, with a huge deck, cocktail bar, lounge, dining room, billiards and darts room, craft room and a well-stocked library.

The magnificent swimming pool allows for a beach-style entry with room for exercise classes and swimming.

Facilities and Services

  • BBQ Area
  • Billiard table
  • Clubhouse
  • Garage
  • Gym
  • Lake
  • Library
  • Licensed bar
  • Men’s Shed
  • Pet-friendly
  • Pool
  • RSL LifeCare at Home – in-home care
  • Co-located residential aged care home
  • Happy Hour
  • Bible Study Group
  • Exercise Classes
  • Morning Teas
  • Social outings
  • Village bus
  • Wi-Fi

Our locations

New South Wales

RSL LifeCare Launches New Brand Identity

on Friday, July 5, 2024

Leading aged care, retirement living and veteran support services organisation, RSL LifeCare, has today unveiled a new bold and modern brand identity and refreshed organisational values to better meet the changing expectations of veterans and seniors in a rapidly evolving environment.

Australians Call for Greater Support of Veterans Year Round

on Wednesday, April 19, 2023

In the lead up to Anzac Day, new research has revealed two in five (43%) Australians agree that veterans are adequately supported with essential services, such as mental and physical health care and financial assistance – with the same number (43%) confirming that more needs to be done to provide adequate support.

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33 – 93 Spinifex Avenue
Tea Gardens, New South Wales

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