There are many sporting, social and recreational facilities within the neighbourhood and several excellent shopping centres from which to choose.
Woodlands is only a few minutes from train and bus stations, shops and services at Pennant Hills and Cherrybrook, however, the Village offers many facilities.
The Village has its own air-conditioned Community Centre with spacious lounge room.
This is used for a variety of social activities, library, games room, two kitchenettes, piano and barbecue area.
A well-stocked convenience store is managed and operated by residents on a voluntary basis.
There is a heated, outdoor swimming pool for use by residents.
Adjacent to the pool is an air-conditioned exercise room equipped with exercise machines.
Our new, easy to operate electric BBQ is available for everybody to enjoy in our outdoor, poolside area.
Adjacent to the Community Centre is the croquet lawn. Friendly tournaments are contested throughout the year.
Used regularly for shopping excursions and outings, is the Village’s own 23 seater, air-conditioned bus.
Operated Wednesday and Friday, ‘ Lucy’s Hair’ offers a range of hair cutting, styling and colouring services.
Weekly movies screen in the Community Centre on a large screen with theatre sound.
Movies also screen in the Lodge Lounge Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
These and bus excursions are listed in the monthly newsletter.
The dining room overlooks the bushland reserve where the Great North Walk is close by, making for a delightful cool summer walk.
The meals at Woodlands Village are prepared and cooked on the premises, the quality and variation of our meals we believe to be amongst the best.
Both lounge and dining rooms are available to all residents.
A piano and stereo equipment are available for use by residents.
Two local doctors service the Medical clinic, however you may prefer your own doctor to make a home visit.
“With its beautiful gardens and bushland setting, Woodlands Village is the ideal place to enjoy a peaceful and fulfilling retirement”.
Kindly provided by a Woodlands resident.