Located off Oleary St, Oak Tree Retirement Village Warwick is surrounded by prestigious homes and is perfectly positioned minutes from the town centre. With easy access to all amenities including shops, restaurants and the local hospital, Oak Tree Village Warwick is a friendly, carefree environment to live.
Overlooking the peaceful aspect of the Condamine River, Residents enjoy the added benefits of wide open country spaces perfect for walking their dogs along the riverbank, picnicking by the river or dropping a line in for an afternoon of fishing.
Once fully complete the Village will boast 62 one, two and three bedroom homes, a large Village Centre, swimming pool and bowling green. The Village offers a relaxed and independent lifestyle in a low maintenance property where you can enjoy regular social activities, the companionship of new friends and the security and peace of mind of living in a gated community.
Our villas have been thoughtfully designed to help you live in your own home longer, with all the comforts needed for safe and easy living. Complimenting this lifestyle is our maintenance-free promise where the entire Village, including your garden and home facade, is taken care of for you by our onsite Village Manager. We look after everything from cleaning the Village Centre, through to landscaping and general repairs.
Your Village Manager is also responsible for coordinating a social calendar of activities and outings for your enjoyment as well as the general day to day running of the Village for your peace of mind.
Our close connections with Darling Downs service providers ensures that you have the best of everything at Oak Tree. You have access to a range of medical services and in-home support, the benefit of a community of like-minded friends and neighbours, a variety of recreational pursuits at your finger tips - plus you can even bring your beloved pet with you.
Oak Tree Warwick's Village Centre and appending facilities are at the heart of our community and are available for residents to enjoy at your leisure. Here you can participate in a variety of activities, socialise with friends and family and take advantage of the many services on offer. There is always someone to talk to, wave to and spend social time with doing the activities you love.
Our residents and staff look forward to welcoming you to our community.
My name is Mary O’Neill and I am the Village Manager at Oak Tree Retirement Village Warwick.
I was born and have lived right here in Warwick for most of my life.
Since joining Oak Tree I have had many wonderful experiences getting to know our residents and travelling to many other Villages assisting in Open Days.
What I love most about my job is the residents. They are always happy and enjoy life. If something gets them down they don’t dwell on it for long before they are back enjoying themselves again and they don’t take life for granted. They are always sharing their wisdom that comes with growing older.
Oak Tree Warwick is a beautiful village with a tranquil environment and amazing views. I am looking forward to seeing the village continue to grow, spending time with our residents, and welcoming new residents into the village.
From the first enquiry onwards, it will be a pleasure to be part of your journey.
Oak Tree Retirement Village Warwick is situated at 12 O’Leary St, Warwick.
Still maintaining its leafy acreage charm, Burpengary is a fast developing area with growing housing development and local business expansion.
With easy access to the M1 highway, travel to the north to Morayfield, Caboolture or the Sunshine Coast is a breeze as is the drive south to the fast expanding North Lakes Township, the cafes and bays of Redcliffe or directly to Brisbane City.
Conveniently nestled into a neighbourhood precinct, Oak Tree Retirement Village is close to a variety of shopping facilities, medical centres, social venues and public transport to support an easy retirement lifestyle.
Warwick is a great place to live. Dubbed Australia’s Rose and Rodeo capital, Warwick blends traditional heritage and agricultural farming with modern commerce and major sporting events.
A larger than life sculpture of Tiddalik the Aboriginal Dreamtime frog adorns the parkland on the Condamine River, while national events and festivals from polocrosse to Jumpers & Jazz take place in venues throughout the district.
A successful farming region, Warwick’s outskirts are scattered with grand homesteads and timber sheds built by the farming gentry in the late 1800’s. Combine these architectural treasures with the local countryside featuring the Condamine River sitting beneath the ranges of Cunningham’s Gap and Warwick also offers many popular fishing spots, picnic areas, scenic walks and country drives.
If its long distance travel that appeals, Toowoomba airport is just 55mins from Warwick ensuring residents are close to national and global flight destinations. With a varied shopping precinct from country boutiques to major chains, modern medical facilities including local hospital, and a comfortable drive to Ipswich and Stanthorpe for more shopping and leisure, Warwick is a wonderful town to retire in..