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See region’s latest dream clubhouse for over 50s

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See region’s latest dream clubhouse for over 50s


'Attractive alternative': see the Sunshine Coast's latest dream clubhouse for over 50s

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A new $6 million clubhouse at Aura will be the envy of the Sunshine Coast sporting set but its membership is truly exclusive.

Developer Stockland has officially opened the luxurious new facilities within the $63 million over-50s lifestyle community Halcyon Nirimba.

The new 660 sqm clubhouse is set to be the beating heart of the new community and a place where homeowners can enjoy all the social, wellness, active and creative spaces on offer, as well as connecting with family and friends.

The swimming pool and outdoor al-fresco dining areas are next level.

A modern take on the traditional Queenslander, the community-focused, state-of-the-art complex includes sweeping outdoor verandas, an indoor cinema, wellness centre with heated swimming pool, spa and gym, plus a bowling green.

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The alfresco entertaining area completes the space with a communal kitchen, pizza oven and barbecue facilities providing the ideal place to gather.

Stockland Halcyon Communities Queensland general manager Scott Ng said The Clubhouse would be an outstanding addition to the Halcyon Nirimba community.

A place to connect with family and friends, inside and out.

“As an over-50s lifestyle community, we’re focused on improving the health and fitness of our homeowners and the lifestyle facilities are the perfect way to achieve this,” Mr Ng said.

“Halcyon Nirimba’s Clubhouse provides ample opportunity for homeowners to enjoy sporting and leisure activities, discover creative passions, connect with others or enrich their health and wellbeing.

“There’s something for everyone.”

There’s something for everyone on offer at the Halcyon Nirimba Clubhouse.

Halcyon Nirimba is set within the award-winning Stockland masterplanned community of Aura, with access to more than 200km of walking and cycle paths which join up to a network of shops and facilities.

Stockland’s Aura project director Josh Sondergeld said the development would complement the wide product offering at Aura, the state’s largest masterplanned community.

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“Halcyon Nirimba will complement our existing range of home offerings here at Aura and provide over-50s with a really attractive alternative on the Sunshine Coast,” he said.

“More than 5000 people are already calling Aura home, and we look forward to welcoming many more residents into our community.”