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Bethanie on the Park, Retirement Village, Menora

2 Plantation Street Menora, WA, 6050

Property Overview


Accommodation Type Retirement Village
Contractual Arrangements Leasehold & License
Type of Dwellings Low-Rise Development
Medium-Rise Development
Pet Policy Pet Policy Not Specified
Garages / Carports 1 Car Garage


Property Features


  • Home care services
  • Adaptable Bathroom
  • Built-in emergency aid
  • Direct Garage Access
  • Ergonomic interior
  • Level access

Level of Support

  • 24hr Medical Alert External


  • Medical alert to external call centre
  • On-site manager


  • Cafe on-site
  • Hairdresser
  • Private gardens
  • Restaurant
  • Walk to transport

Recreational Facilities

  • Meeting Room
  • BBQ area/s
  • Billiards room
  • Community centre
  • Commercial kitchen
  • Craft studio
  • Golf club nearby
  • Gymnasium
  • Library
  • Residents lounge
  • Walking tracks

About this Property

Bethanie on the Park

The Community

Bethanie on the Park is situated in beautiful gardens in the charming suburb of Menora. As well as strolling in the gardens, you can walk into the adjoining parkland of the Yokine Reserve.

The central location presents many clear advantages. Living here gives you easy access to Perth city, the Mount Lawley Golf Course and the Inglewood Aquatic facility. You'll also enjoy easy access to shopping (the Mount Lawley Shopping Centre is close), a medical centre and two local libraries.

Menora and the adjoining suburb of Mount Lawley are well positioned for public transport, so getting around is easy and safe. A number of bus routes service the area regularly. The Mount Lawley train station is located east of the suburb. This offers access to Midland in the north east and Perth in the south.

Journey in any direction from Bethanie on the Park, and there are great places to visit. The south east edges of Mount Lawley border the Swan River, while the southern boundary stretches through to Hyde Park. In the west are Fitzgerald Street and Central Avenue.

Although primarily residential, the suburbs of Menora and Mount Lawley offer a diverse range of shopping facilities, cafes and restaurants. Bethanie on the Park is within easy reach of these, making for good living and offering opportunities to enjoy the local area.

Bethanie on the Park offers the very best of peaceful village living with handy city convenience. It’s a community where you will never have to compromise on any of your standards of living and comfort.

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The Operator

Bethanie is a respected, Western Australian provider of aged care and retirement living services.

As a not for profit organisation, we’re known for our exceptional standards, variety of quality facilities and qualified, caring people. At Bethanie you’ll experience a genuine commitment to delivering quality services that meet your needs and help you live well.

We offer Retirement Villages, Affordable Housing, Social Centres, Community (At Home) Care, Wellness Services and Residential Aged Care.

When it comes to quality lifestyle villages, Bethanie Villages stand out clearly. Bethanie is one of the largest and most respected providers of lifestyle villages in Western Australia.

There’s that great village atmosphere, wonderful locations to choose from, and impressive clubhouse facilities you’ll enjoy. These advantages, plus Bethanie’s ethos of living well, make Bethanie Villages the perfect place to retire and ‘stay young’. Here you can relax and spend time with friends and family. It’s all about having reached that time of life where you can enjoy life the way you choose.

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