77 Morris Rd, Rothwell QLD 4022, Australia
77 Morris Road Rothwell QL
(07) 3897 2900
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Michael Sattler said 3 years ago
Excellent self supported retirement village.
Lindsey Mc said 3 years ago
All my dealings here have world class. The residents that I have met are stellar citizens.
Ken Herschell said 4 years ago
The whole experience of coming here was such a blessing. The men from our church shiftrd us down here for the price of the p etrol. They did it very efficiently on Saturday morning. When we arrived then Lois across the road brought us morning tea for all seven of us and the de as r old Graham cooked Esther and I the best pea and ham soup for lunch. I've been telling everyone that if this is the welcome at the waiting room what will heaven be like. The 2 bedroom unit is very adequate and reasonably priced. All the business transactions have been wonderful.
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