Kiama continues to be a popular family destination in Sydney, Illawarra, and the South Coast, and it’s why trusted elderly care operator Fresh Hope named Kiama the home of a great new age community.

In an important step forward for Fresh Hope and Kiama, the soon-to-be-announced coastal retirement plan has just received development approval from the Kiama Council.

The building is centrally located at 33 Collins Street and offers 56 architect-designed senior citizen apartments spread over three- and four-story buildings.

In addition to a large underground parking lot, the residents of the village community enjoy green spaces in the inner courtyard and tempting roof terraces as well as a lounge, a fitness room and workshops.

The visionary approach to retirement on the coast is the recent retirement development of the Fresh Hope nonprofit, which currently operates eight independent retirement villages and eight residential care services in regional and urban locations across New South Wales.

In cooperation with the renowned construction company Ganellen, this development will set a new standard for living in senior citizens’ apartments in order to create and promote a close and like-minded community spirit in the neighborhood.

Lynn Bailey, executive director of Fresh Hope Care, said her team can see the positive links between vacation and weekend getaways to Kiama, which both local and urban retirees and their families would like to respond to.

“Our vision is for retirees to feel free to just be themselves. And what better place than this oh-so-known and beloved coastal community of Kiama to achieve this. “

Media inquiries:

Lynn Bailey, General Manager of Fresh Hope Care NSW – (02) 8573 6003