Our premier retirement living communities in Chermside, Red Hill and Sinnamon Park, Brisbane don't just provide security and peace of mind, they give you a whole new lease on life.
Aldersgate at Red Hill is a boutique retirement living community of only eighteen apartments located on the fringe of the city in Red Hill, Brisbane.
Chermside, Brisbane's best kept secret - a close-knit retirement living community providing independence, security and relaxation.
Rosemount is fast becoming the place you want to call home, with relaxed, stylish and secure living at its best and close to all amenities. You'll love living at the Rosemount retirement community.
Rosemount's architecturally designed apartments take full advantage of the Queensland lifestyle, offering contemporary open plan layouts, each with a spacious courtyard or balcony. Set in landscaped grounds, these residences epitomise style with quality fittings, fixtures and appliances throughout.
The generously sized one, two and three bedroom apartments are packed with features.
Rosemount's community is the perfect place to have fun with friends and family or relax in your own private sanctuary. You will love our perfectly manicured gardens and enjoy cooking up a storm in our well-appointment BBQ pavilion - all without the burden of maintaining a large family home and garden.
With facilities including a cafe, library, gym, heated swimming pool, multi-purpose activity rooms and cinema (stage 2), Rosemount is more like a resort than a retirement community.
Walking, driving or catching public transport, whichever you choose, you'll have everything that’s important all within easy reach.
The newly built Fulton Wellbeing Centre and hydrotherapy pool is on-site and staffed with professionals from a wide range of allied health services including physiotherapy, podiatry and occupational therapy.
We're doing all we can to assist our residents feel connected, safe and secure during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch our video to see how we're taking care of our residents during this time.
- Because we're part of Wesley Mission Queensland very early on we were notified that we needed to keep our people safe. They are in that category that is vulnerable. So it was really within the first week of Coronavirus of lockdown, where things started to be discussed and restrictions were made, that we stepped into action. What we want to do is really create an environment that looks after our people and keeps them safe and secure both, and keeps them physically, mentally, and spiritually safe. If there's anything that they need. Do they need to go to a doctor's appointment? Do they need to get some food or supplies? And just someone to talk to? We've put on things like our fruit and vegetable days, our normal sort of market, there our fruit and vegetable supplier has put a few grocery lines in there as well to help them. Our cafe's started supplying bread and milk to them. And we've had a mobile butcher that comes on-site, they pre-order, or can buy from the butcher on the day and all their supplies then are taken care of. So there's very little that they have to go out for. what we've done to try and create some physical and mental stimulation to our residents, changing our monthly newsletter to a weekly newsletter including lots of fun things. We've got a roving bush poet that lives in the village and he'll recite poetry. He's has an Order of Australia medal, and he's published nine books, so he is very accomplished and he's very fun to listen to. We've got some of our people who play piano and sing, some of our people from choir, they're coming out to those locations a couple of times a week, and actually performing for the residents. Our cafe is very popular in the village of this size. We've had to change the way we run the cafe, So it's takeaway only. The cafe's also supplying meals to the residents. Cooked meals that they can reheat in their oven for dinner.
- All they've had is, the interest of the people that we don't get the virus, in the community. And to date we haven't. it's been brilliantly handled and very responsibly handled.
- [Jo] For us, this is about taking care of family.
Wesley Mission Queensland (WMQ) is an integral part of the Uniting Church in Queensland. Since our inception in 1907, our purpose has been to participate in the mission of God - towards reconciliation, transformation, justice and hope for all people. Today, we’re an innovative and responsive not-for-profit community service provider, supporting people in Queensland each year.
We're proud to be a foundation member of the Retirement Living Industry Code of Conduct, confirming our commitment to upholding the highest standards for retirement communities.
“I was home here from the first day.”
Rosemount Retirement Community