Looking to shape up this Spring? Why not join GemLife Bribie’s popular Tuesday morning aqua aerobics class, led by instructor Naomi Molloy? The class is a great no-impact way to build fitness while enjoying social interaction. “It’s not hard or strenuous and we get a great laugh out of it too. The class focuses on balance, strength, stability, mobility with
COASTAL bushland views and more time to enjoy an active lifestyle played a big part in Kerry Duffy and Sue Davies’ decision to downsize and move into GemLife Bribie Island’s over 50s lifestyle resort. The pair, in their early 60s, fast-forwarded their downsizing plans when a premium site facing Bribie Island National Park became available.
Our very social Turquoise Drive residents christened GemLife Bribie Island’s new outdoor pool and barbecue area today. On a perfect, sunny Bribie winter’s day (24 degrees and not a cloud in the sky) – what could be better than throwing another snag on the barbie and hanging out with friends poolside? P.S. We love Barry
Freedom, fun and new adventures were top priority for Toni Farrell, 65, when she and husband Andrew fast-forwarded plans to downsize, moving into GemLife Bribie Island’s over-50s resort on the Sunshine Coast. Last year, after facing a series of traumatic events in the lives of family and friends within a very short period of time,
GemLife Bribie Island Country Club Takes Top Honours GemLife Bribie Island’s $8.5M lakeside Country Club took top honours at the prestigious Master Builders Queensland Housing & Construction Awards 2019 in the Community Service Facilities category. Held in Brisbane last Friday night, the awards honour the year’s best building and construction projects across the Brisbane region.
Retirement living reinvented for active, like-minded communities. Staying active while kicking back in retirement was a big part of the appeal when karate pros Jim and Lesley Griffin decided to downsize and move to the GemLife Bribie Island over 50s resort. The property’s first-class recreational facilities and waterfront lifestyle were a major drawcard for the