Located less than 30-minutes south-west of Melbourne’s CBD and a short stroll from Point Cook, Williams Landing Aged Care Residence is set to open next month offering elevated comfort and care.

Following in the footsteps of TriCare’s more recent builds, the facility will offer luxury, hotel-style accommodation and will be the company’s first aged care residence in Victoria.

One of Australia’s leading providers of aged care in Queensland, the TriCare concept promotes more freedom, comfort, and independence in elegant surroundings – something they are excited to bring to the Victorian market.

“Our services are designed to support residents’ physical and emotional wellbeing while providing continued independence. We want our residents to feel at home, continue to enjoy their hobbies, and do it all within a beautiful space,” says Nithin Shetty, TriCare Williams Landing Facility Manager.

“The studio apartments are unique and very spacious. We have thought about every detail, from a kitchenette equipped with a mini fridge and a mini pantry to plenty of storage and floor-to-ceiling windows. The amenities take upmarket living to the next level. It includes a conservatory, a wine bar, lounges, a movie theatre, and cafe.”

We have thought about every detail.

The construction of the 126 accommodation, 4-story residence is currently wrapping up construction in the fast-growing suburb of Williams Landing. Other private and government-funded developments recently completed or close to completion nearby include remediation of the Addison Wetland, Lincoln Apartments residential living, and civil upgrades to Ashcroft Avenue.

TriCare Williams Landing Aged Care Residence will also have an experienced and dedicated team, including 24/7 Registered Nurses, qualified Carers, and Clinical and Lifestyle teams, all led by Facility Manager Nithin Shetty.

Linked to the suburb’s growth in population will surely also be attributed to the rise in jobs from the developments, with TriCare’s Williams Landing Aged Care Residence set to create up to 140 new jobs alone.

With the substantial investment in the area, the suburb is attracting young professionals, families and older Australians. According to Australian Bureau of Statistics data, the over 65 population in the Wyndham area, which includes Williams Landing, is set to triple in the next 20 years.

Click here to learn more about Williams Landing Aged Care Residence and receive an invitation from TriCare to the grand opening.

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