Embrace a full and happy retirement at Carinity

Are you looking for the perfect place to retire? Think Carinity.

Carinity retirement communities offer a space where residents can connect socially through regular activities, enjoy homes designed with safety features and functionality in mind, and continue to access lifestyle facilities like swimming pools, community pavilions and walking areas.

Barry and Margaret-Anne Hyde live at the Carinity Wishart Gardens retirement village, which is co-located with a residential aged care community.
Barry and Margaret-Anne Hyde live at the Carinity Wishart Gardens retirement village, which is co-located with a residential aged care community.

Wellbeing and happiness for residents is what has driven the design and location of each community. Part of the support for retirement living is Carinity Home Care services which enables residents to live independently at home for longer.

Carinity retirement communities in Brisbane, Rockhampton, Bundaberg and Ipswich are co-located with our residential aged care communities.

This co-location design has been thoughtfully considered to support couples to remain connected if one partner requires a higher level of care.

Carinity Brownesholme in Highfields near Toowoomba, features stunning rural views and a residential aged care community is currently in development, due to open mid-2021.

Purpose-built and strategically located retirement communities allow easy access to health services, amenities and nearby entertainment hubs to ensure residents have the opportunity to embrace a full and happy retirement with the support of dedicated staff available from Monday to Friday.

Residents have the freedom to come and go as they please, either for the day or an extended period, and be assured their home will remain secure.

What do residents have to say? Hear from residents of Carinity Wishart Gardens, which is celebrating 25 years of retirement living this year:


“Barry and I are just loving the lifestyle at Wishart Gardens surrounded by like-minded predominantly Christian people who genuinely care for those around them. Once COVID-19 came along, all of our usual social activities came to a halt. But, we felt so grateful to be here as we could walk around the village and always find someone to chat to while social distancing. I can’t even imagine how lonely it would have been if we were still in our family home. We are all looking forward to being able to hold our social activities and bus trips again which is arranged by our village activities officers. In the meantime, we can walk around the village and admire our beautifully manicured gardens.”


“They say first impressions count and that is how it was for me on my first visit to Wishart Gardens. The grounds were impressive and very well maintained. After living here for several years, one of my favourite things is life in the village. It is indeed a wonderful friendly and caring community.”

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