- 2 bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
- 120m² living area
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Nestled between the central activity district of Traralgon and the Traralgon Railway Conservation Reserve, our architecturally designed village offers people over 55 a welcoming community and home. Free from the worry of maintaining a large home, you’l
Dalkeith Heights offers:
Why should I consider moving into Dalkeith Heights?
Who should I talk to about making this decision?
We encourage you to speak to your family and friends about the possibility of moving into Dalkeith Heights, and to bring anyone with you to visit, should you feel more comfortable having them assist in making the decision. The Sales Manager at Dalkeith Heights is also available and knowledgeable to answer any questions you may have. We also highly recommend you seek financial and/or legal advice about this decision.
What age do I have to be to move into Dalkeith Heights?
Yourself, your spouse or partner must be at least 55 years old, or retired from full-time work to live at Dalkeith Heights as we are an over 55’s community of choice.
Stay in the area you love. Our Villages offer co-located living, allowing couples to remain together while receiving customised levels of care and assistance.
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Benetas is pleased to be a signatory to the Retirement Living Code of Conduct, a voluntary industry code for Retirement Communities across Australia.
Benetas is committed to uphold the Code of Conduct and ensure high standards across all of our Villages.
CLICK HERE for more information on the Retirement Living Code of Conduct.
The Dalkeith Heights community is growing, with construction underway for a number of brand new homes in the Village. The additional units are part of our third stage of improving and expanding our already thriving community. A total of 37 new units will be available in Stage 3, with 15 units ready for new residents in 2021.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to join our vibrant and inclusive community.
The Dalkeith Heights community is inclusive, supportive and welcoming. New residents become neighbours, friends and then family. Enjoy a lifestyle of your choice in our accepting and peaceful community.
Thea and her husband Peter moved to Dalkeith Heights six years ago. When her husband required additional support, he moved next door to Benetas Dalkeith Gardens. Thea remained in the village, only a short walk from Peter, ensuring they can share their days together, even if they no longer share a home.
"It was the best choice for us, and we felt it was the best move we ever made."
"We definitely live a very relaxing life here and I enjoy living in this community where I have always felt safe and secure."
Anne and Cheryl
"Moving to Dalkeith Heights was so easy for us, as it has brought us closer to our family. We have made new friends and have found an extended family, as the people and the staff here are friendly, caring and inclusive. Dalkeith Heights has provided us the perfect living space. We love being active and social, and we enjoy the many benefits and facilities that Dalkeith Heights provides us."
"When my husband had to move to the Dalkeith Gardens, I felt it was easier on us both that I was still only a short walk from my home and we could still share our days together, even though he was in care.
The village community is like a family which you can be a part of, and still do your own thing as well.
It was the best choice for us, and we felt it was the best move we ever made."