KeyInvest Retirement Living
KeyInvest’s award winning portfolio of retirement villages offers a wide variety of retirement living options. Our villages are located north, east and south of Adelaide as well as in the Wimmera region of Horsham and all offer a safe, clean and tranquil environment and a real sense of community.
If you are looking for a new home in a retirement village environment, then speak to us about the houses we have available. Our team has the experience and knowledge to help you find a retirement home that fits your budget and meets your retirement lifestyle needs.
21 January 2020
A community seed planting day in McLaren Vale helping bushfire affected communities. Continue Reading »
Price Drop at Wimmera Lodge
4 December 2019
Brand New Homes from $275,000 at Wimmera Lodge Retirement Village Continue Reading »
Captain Rod Lovell visits Chiton Retirement Living
3 December 2019
Captain Rod Lovell, a Goolwa local, and author of 'Hero to Zero' came to visit Chiton Retirement… Continue Reading »
Downsizing Tips for Retirees
20 September 2019
KeyInvest’s Woodside Lodge retirement village recently hosted a workshop for retirees looking… Continue Reading »
Sophie Thomson visits Woodside Lodge
20 May 2019
Gardening Australia's Sophie Thomson visits KeyInvest's Woodside Lodge. Continue Reading »
Out of the Blue visits Chiton
17 April 2019
Channel 7's Out of the Blue visits Chiton Retirement Living. Continue Reading »
We came across Winzor Retirement Estate, we liked it straight away mainly because it had privacy in the back garden. Winzor Retirement Estate isn’t too big which we also liked, it means you get to know everyone and it’s secure. It’s a great lifestyle with all amenities close by and we don’t have to worry about maintenance problems as most are handled by KeyInvest. We would certainly recommend this village to anyone thinking of moving into a retirement village.
Elaine and Malcolm
Winzor Retirement Estate
My decision to move happened very suddenly 3 years ago when my husband had to go into care. I had never lived on my own, so was a bit apprehensive. I am very happy that we found Wimmera Lodge, as it is everything I hoped for. We have a very friendly group of residents, and together have quite a good social life (if we wish). I feel very safe and have never had any reason to be nervous. We are only 5 minutes from the CBD, and have a town bus stop a short work away for anyone who does not drive. It is a very quiet area in a nice new neighborhood. My home is very cosy and comfortable and I would recommend the life-style to anyone.
For Kay and I moving into the McLaren Vale Lodge, back in February 2015, was just what we needed. We were at that stage when “downsizing” was a real option for us. The 3 bedroom unit gave us all the space we needed including a home office as well as room for the grandchildren when visiting. Living space is more than adequate and with it all being newly refurbished it’s so easy to maintain. We were welcomed by everybody we came in contact with including staff as well as residents and new neighbours.
Bryan and Kay
McLaren Vale Lodge
I have a lovely 2 bedroom unit, drive in lock up garage, a manageable front and back garden and wonderfully caring neighbors. I can also be in the city by bus in 15 minutes and to the beach in 40 minutes. I now have the time to do the things I enjoy, like overseas holidays. You can just shut the door and know everything is fine. It gives you a sense of freedom and it’s comforting knowing you have a good village manager - any problems and he is there to fix it. It’s a real feeling of peace of mind, my family are close. I am happy and they’re happy.
Gables of St Morris
Four and a half years ago we moved from the city to Woodside Lodge and continue to be very happy with our decision. Our modern villa provides us with privacy and allows us to put our own imprint internally as well as outside in the garden. It was important to us that our family, especially our grandchildren, found our new location a place where they were welcome and wanted to visit. This is evident by their regular visits. Family members refer to Darrol as the unofficial ‘ambassador for Woodside and the Adelaide Hills’.
Marlene and Darrol