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Loxton Retirement Village Information

General Information

District Council of Loxton Waikerie owns Loxton Retirement Village and is the Administering Authority.

Loxton Retirement Village is managed as a “resident-funded Licence to Occupy” scheme and is regulated under South Australia Retirement Villages Act 1987 and South Australia Retirement Village Regulations 2006.

Loxton Retirement Village is classified as independent living and the accommodation is sometimes referred to as ILU - Independent Living Units.

We welcome residents who are 55 years and over, retired from full-time work and able to live independently.

A Retirement Village Committee recommends long term financial management plans, and reports to Council.An Administration Officer manages day to day operations, provides support to residents and assists new residents with transition to retirement living.

Standard Fixtures

All units have kitchens with electric ovens and cooktops, pantry cupboards, built-in robes in the main bedroom, reverse cycle air conditioning, (either split systems or ducted), electric cooking appliances, hot water service, rain water tanks and provision for the installation of gas heating. Hand rails or ‘grab’ rails in bathroom and toilets are standard. Recently constructed units have solar hot water and a dishwasher.

Residents are able to make improvements to their unit and have installed ceiling fans, security shutters, canvas awnings, vergolas, solid roof rear verandahs, outdoor café blinds and solar panels.

New residents have the option to upgrade areas of their unit – kitchens, wet areas, flooring, convert garage to living area and install solar panels (at their expense), with approval from management before they move in.We are happy to discuss any changes to the unit and will work together to ensure the high standard of our units is maintained and that you have a home to be proud of.

Work is able to commence once approval is granted.

A limited number of disabled access units are available as vacancies occur.

Refurbishment

Prior to new residents moving in, extensive refurbishment of the unit is undertaken to ensure that our high standard is maintained. New kitchens are fitted in our older units as they become vacant - features of the new kitchens are soft-close doors and drawers, dishwasher drawer, rangehood, side-opening oven and glass cooktop.

All units are reviewed after 10 years of continued occupancy and where necessary are repainted, carpets replaced and general maintenance carried out to ensure the unit remains in quality condition.

Maintenance

The Retirement Village gardens are maintained by a contractor who also provides minor maintenance assistance to residents (light bulb changing, tap washer replacement, cleaning air conditioner filters, replacing smoke alarm batteries etc.).

The Administration Officer is responsible for organising tradespeople to carry out specific maintenance tasks and implementing the refurbishment program. Residents are welcome to contact the Administration Officer for advice on any matter associated with their occupancy.

To assist in maintaining the high standards in our units, we ask that you discuss with the Administration Officer any modifications to your unit.

Health and Medical

Loxton is well-serviced with health and medical facilities located within close proximity to Loxton Retirement Village. Loxton District Hospital, medical, physiotherapy, dental, chiropractic and other para-medical practices are available within the town.

Extensive health support is available from local agencies including Loxton Community Health (Commonwealth Home Support Program -CHSP), Resthaven and Meals on Wheels.

My Aged Care website has more information on how to access services.

The Riverland Regional Hospital is located in Berri and many medical specialists consult in the region.

Well-appointed respite care and residential aged care (low or high care) beds are available within walking distance of Loxton Retirement Village.

Transport

An inter town bus service to Berri, Renmark and Paringa operates regularly and leaves from a bus stop in View Street. Click here for the timetable.

Loxton Taxis operate seven days a week.Phone: 0418 8839 289 or 131008.

Newspapers

Home delivery of newspapers can be arranged through the local newsagent for a small fee.

Mail

Australia Post provides mail delivery to your letter box.

Rubbish Removal

Rubbish and recycling bins are supplied to units and there is a weekly waste collection service.

Green waste bins are positioned throughout the garden areas.

Loxton Sporting and Social Facilities

First class sporting and recreational facilities are provided in Loxton, including 2 lawn bowling clubs, gym, olympic size swimming pool, tennis courts, squash courts and an 18 hole golf course.

Bridge clubs, book clubs, churches and other interest groups offer opportunity for leisure activities.

There are numerous opportunities to become involved in the Loxton community by joining a volunteer service organisation. Rotary, Lions, Apex, Probus and Zonta are represented in Loxton and welcome new members.

Contact details and addresses for community facilities and volunteer organisations can be found on the Community SA website.


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Newsletters

Winter 2016


Administration Officer

The Administration Officer, Bronnie Hamilton is available to assist with any enquiry that you may have in relation to the purchase of a unit and can be contacted at the District Council of Loxton Waikerie - 29 East Terrace, Loxton.

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Bronnie Hamilton
Ph: 8584 8060
bhamilton@loxtonwaikerie.sa.gov.au
Monday to Thursday 9am - 1.30pm



Application for Residency

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OFFICE HOURS

Monday 9am - 1.30pm
Tuesday 9am - 1.30pm
Wednesday 9am - 1.30pm
Thursday 9am - 1.30pm

Administration Office
29 East Terrace Loxton

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