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The lifestyle resort features security gates at the entry and CCTV security.
Thyme Lifestyle Resort Hervey Bay is a master planned land lease community, designed exclusively for over 50s. It is nestled beside a protected nature reserve offering a serene backdrop to your everyday living. Thyme Lifestyle Resort Hervey Bay offers security, peace of mind, superior facilities and a bubbly community spirit. You will share a lifestyle with similar like-minded homeowners, enjoy social events and activities, camaraderie and build new friendships in a safe environment.
All new homes come with a statutory warranty and guarantee relevant to Queensland legislation. All other guarantees and warranties within your home are passed on to you at the time of settlement of your new home or when you move in.
Yes, your home becomes part of your estate. It can then be sold or your beneficiaries can reside in the home if they meet the community criteria.
A land lease community is where you own your home and lease the land, which is covered by a weekly site fee. This allows you access to all the community recreation and leisure facilities whilst allowing you to claim Commonwealth Government Rent Assistance (if eligible) to cover a significant portion of the weekly site fee. It's a very affordable option for over 50s looking for a place to retire.
Besides the weekly site fee the additional costs you are responsible for are normal service charges such as metered electricity, water usage, phone, internet, house and contents insurance.
Yes, at any time. Either we can assist you in the sale, you can appoint an external selling agent or you can sell it yourself.
Yes. We understand that pets are an important part of your family and they are welcome. We do have a pet policy which governs both cats and dogs, so please ask the sales manager for more information.
Absolutely! We ask that all visitors respect the conditions and guidelines set out in the Site Agreement and Rules, and they'll be warmly welcomed. Please keep in mind that for longer stays, consent from the resort manager will need to be obtained.