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Warrawee Lodge (Waikerie), Retirement Village, Waikerie

53a Elders Way Waikerie, SA, 5330

Property Overview


Accommodation Type Retirement Village
Contractual Arrangements Loan & License, Rental
Number of Dwellings 78
Type of Dwellings Low-Rise Development
Year Established 1967
Pet Policy Pets allowed on approval
Garages / Carports 1 Car Garage, Carport


Property Features


  • Walk to shops
  • Walk to transport

Recreational Facilities

  • BBQ area/s
  • Community centre
  • Community kitchen
  • Computer room
  • Library
  • Meeting room
  • Residents lounge

About this Property

Warrawee Lodge (Waikerie)

The Community

Located in Waikerie, South Australia the gateway to the Riverland is Warrawee Lodge, less than 2 hours away from Adelaide. The Riverland is where the waters of the Murray River feed wetlands and floodplains and water the vineyards,citrus and almond groves.

Move to the Riverland and clock onto Rivertime - a relaxed pace of living. Trek though our national parks, play a game of golf or just enjoy our wildlife and find out why people keep coming back to our river. Come and find the magic in the Riverland and enjoy the natural beauty and hidden charm that is incredibly special about the mighty Murray that just connects with you.

Only minutes from the township of Waikerie , Warrawee Lodge  is close to shops,  medical amenties, and sporting facilities such as bowling clubs and social clubs meaning an easy walk into town from your home. Waikerie is located on the wonderful River Murray and boasts magnificent weather with mild winters and more warm sunny days than Queensland.

Warrawee Lodge caters for the over 55's and has provided retirement housing for over 50 years.  Our village is well established and residents have  access to a community hub which offers a craft group, card group, happy hour to name a few.  A very active social committee also organises various functions and activities. When it comes to choice Warrawee Lodge will be able to meet your needs and give you the lifestyle you deserve.

The entry fees are structured so that it is possible to provide a unit to meet an individual's needs and  budgets. Imagine being able to live close to the magnificent  Murray River in a well established retirement village today.  Beautiful gardens and landscaped BBQ areas and a community Hub room are available for residents to access along with planned weekly social days including craft, cards and board games and happy hour with other residents.

So make the call and come along and visit our village to see if this is the place you want to retire, relax and take it easy.

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Waikerie Community Senior Citizens Home Incorporated

The Operator

The Waikerie Community Senior Citizens' Home Inc. operates a retirement village 'Warrawee Lodge (Waikerie)', which has 70 independent living units within the village with either one or two bedrooms. The entry fees are structured so that it is therefore possible to provide a unit to meet an individual's needs. Please contact the office within the village any morning, when the Manager would be happy to discuss your requirements, or telephone for an appointment (+61 8 85413655 for overseas enquiries, 08 85413655 for enquiries within Australia). A maintenance fee is payable to cover maintenance of the units, grounds and facilities, insurance, Council and water rates, administration etc. The village is situated in a fairly central position, being close to the Bowling Club and the Senior Citizens' Clubrooms. The community bus and courtesy car call regularly should transport be required to the town centre, and a bus travels from the village to Berri every Friday.

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