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RFBI Moonbi Masonic Retirement Village, Retirement Village, Moonbi

52 Churchill Drive Moonbi, NSW, 2353

Property Overview

Snapshot

Accommodation Type Serviced Apartments, Retirement Village
Contractual Arrangements Loan & License
Number of Dwellings 33
Type of Dwellings Low-Rise Development
Year Established 1978
Pet Policy Pet Policy Not Specified
Garages / Carports 1 Car Garage

Location

Property Features

Independence

  • Built-in emergency aid
  • Home care services
  • Level access

Management

  • On-site manager
  • Residents committee

Amenities

  • Storage for boat / caravans
  • Village bus

Recreational Facilities

  • Community centre
  • Library
  • Meeting room
  • Residents lounge

About this Property

RFBI Moonbi Masonic Retirement Village

The Community

Independent, active living without home chores or cares

A move to RFBI Moonbi Masonic Village allows you to forget home maintenance, gardening, lawn mowing and the countless tasks that become increasingly burdensome so you can focus on the fun things in life.

Here, you will be able to enjoy a lifestyle as active as you please doing the things you love doing, and then relax and enjoy your surroundings on a beautiful site of over 50 acres.

Combining the best of country and city life

Your new home at RFBI Moonbi Masonic Village nestles at the foot of the Moonbi Range, 20km north of Tamworth. Its land was part of Moonby Station which still runs a hobby farm with sheep, chickens and working dogs. The village is surrounded by expansive views of the magnificent countryside.

While not simply relaxing and enjoying your peaceful surroundings, you will find plenty to do at RFBI Moonbi Masonic Village. 

Everything you need is right here

RFBI Moonbi Masonic Village offers 33 retirement living units on a beautiful site of over 50 acres. They comprise one 3-bedroom unit, twenty-six 2-bedroom and six 1-bedroom units. All have their own laundries, smoke detectors, personal verandahs and gardens; we take care of the maintenance and lawn mowing services for you. Lock-up garages are attached to 32 of the units.

You’re free to enjoy the communal barbeque area as well as a meeting hall used for crafts, recreation and functions. It is located in the historic Coach House.

Moonbi has a small flock of sheep and an alpaca grazing on our beautiful grounds and lambing season is a highlight.  And food leftover from our residential care kitchen is not wasted, it’s fed to the chooks.

The village has a bus available for shopping trips twice weekly to nearby Kootingal, which has all the services you need. The bus is also available for village outings and excursions. The Kootingal Bowling Club is a popular destination for the Chinese restaurant, plus year round entertainment, including bingo and lawn bowls.

Please note that you will need to pay a departure fee when you leave this village.

Additional care when you need it

If you are looking for additional care, our 87-bed residential care village is situated right next door. Our home care services are also available. Whatever form of home care assistance you need, our RFBI Care at Home team is committed to meeting your requirements, care on your terms. 

 

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